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Zona Arqueológica del Cedral, Cozumel

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  • This small town has the First Church of the island and the Church is a wonderful place to visit. It is absolutely gorgeous and really gives you a piece of history of the area. There is a small Mayan r...  more »
  • Have visited multiple time through the years and have seen the town Change. There is a beautiful fiery archaic church that was just expanded not to long ago and several shops around the town. Sometime...  more »
  • The information or history of how the Tequila is made is not interesting. According to staff it's a family owned business but the history of the ancestors or when it was established was not mentioned....  more »
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  • Cute little shops, but make sure you talk the prices down. Items are about three times more than the same stuff for sale near the ferry. Also, the ruins were not very abundant and not worth the drive out solely for the ruins. However, the tequila factory and tour is a lot of fun, and I loved the atmosphere of the town, as well as its people!
  • Nice place. The archaeological site is little but interesting. As in many other parts of Mexico, be careful to beggars who are everywhere!
  • Small. Not much going on except for souvenirs and tequila factory, which has some really good aged tequila. Historically interesting. Nice residents.
  • The ruins here are very small, one little Temple and a church. We dove around the small little town and it was great to see and get a feel for their culture there. Do not pay the guy coming in for parking it's a scam, drive 30 more feet and park closer for free! It is a cute little town square with all your shops selling mostly the same stuff you see everywhere. The people we talked with were very friendly and nice. We did most of our shopping here as the people were great to deal with. Talk with them for a while and they will give you some great discounts. It's a great little place to stop and see!
  • Slightly off the beaten path and we had to pay to use the bathroom but it's a great little spot to visit! They had some really good prices on jewelry in the area! Worth the drive!