Paradise Beach Cozumel is located on the western coast of the island near many other popular reefs and beaches in Cozumel. People enjoy snorkeling at Paradise Beach as well as a whole range of other activities including scuba diving, kayaking, and parasailing. There are a variety of hotels near Paradise Beach and the best shopping on the island in San Miguel is just a short drive away. The Paraiso Reef (located not far off the shore at Paradise Beach) is one of the most popular dive sites on the island.
The admission to Paradise Beach Cozumel is absolutely free and you do not even have to rent lounge chairs while relaxing on this pristine beach in Cozumel. All you have to do is order a drink and you are good to go. Slide a respectable tip to your server at the beginning of the day and you will receive excellent service while you remain at the beach. In designated areas, the surf is peppered with giant slides and other fun, inflatable sea toys such as volleyball nets and basketball hoops. Families will be sure to enjoy all that this beach has to offer in terms of activities and services. Water sports are not limited to scuba diving and snorkeling at Paradise Beach. You are able to rent kayaks, catamarans, and body boards as well. You also have the option of just kicking your feet up and taking in some sun.
If you are staying at one of the hotels near Paradise Beach, like the Hotetur or Nassau, you should definitely consider doing your snorkeling close to your accommodations. The reefs around this part of Cozumel are hard to rival anywhere else in the Caribbean Sea, let alone on the rest of the island. For a small fee, you gain access to all of the underwater equipment you will need for snorkeling at Paradise Beach. This includes your mask, vest, and fins. The same fee also gives you access to all of the non-motorized water activities and kids’ water toys.
The restaurant and bar at Paradise Beach Cozumel is another appealing feature of this white sandy beach. The variety on the menu is truly impressive for a public beach. You can enjoy a black angus burger, some delicious shrimp fajitas, or some of the specialty Paradise Beach island cocktails. There are fun kiddie cocktails available for the children as well as favorite American dishes like hot dogs and hamburgers.
You can also look into doing some shopping while you are strolling along the lovely shores at Paradise Beach. There are a number of gift shops that sell handicrafts, t-shirts, and souvenirs to take back home with you to those not lucky enough to join you in the island paradise of Cozumel. The main drag of Rafael E. Melgar is less than a mile inland from the beach and provides a direct route to all of the hotels near Paradise Beach as well as attractions like the jewelry shops in San Miguel, the Mayan Ruins at San Gervasio, and many of the island’s popular reefs and beaches to the south.