Rental Beachfront Oceanfront Houses, Villas and Condos at Cotsa del Sol Cozumel, Mexico

You probably came to this site based on Word of Mouth, or a friend mentioning renting a villa at Costa del Sol in Cozumel; Nothing beats word of mouth recommendations.  So, are you looking for an amazing Caribbean getaway? how about white sandy beaches, with turquoise crystal clear blue waters and fiery sunsets? Then consider a Cozumel vacation rental at Costa del Sol. Connect directly to the owners of oceanfront vacation rentals at Costa del Sol in Cozumel Island and find the right Villa, houses, homes and condo rentals that are just the right size for your group from 4 to 50 guests by renting multiple villas.  

Costa Del Sol Cozumel

Cozumel The exotic island off the coast of Mexico is known for its stunning coral reefs, gorgeous beaches, energetic nightlife, historical and cultural delights, friendly people, and amazing animals. Cozumel vacation homes for rent are the cream of the crop; who wouldn’t want to wake up every morning to the lovely sights, sounds, and smells of the Caribbean? Welcome to Cozumel Villas Costa Del Sol.

For the ancient Mayans, Cozumel was a sacred place, believed to be the sanctuary of the Mayan fertility goddess X’chel. It was a major destination for religious pilgrims from as far away as central Mexico and parts of Central America.

The Spaniards discovered the island in the 16th century, and in the years that followed it became a haven for pirates and buccaneers. (Scuba divers can still explore the wreckage of some unlucky Spanish galleons.) By 1700 it was uninhabited.

In the 19th century, Cozumel became embroiled in a Mayan insurrection that began in the Yucatan. Refugees fled the mainland for the relative safety of the island, and when the rebellion was finally defeated, Cozumel emerged from its isolation to eventually become one of Mexico’s most important eastern ports.

Tourism became a mainstay of Cozumel’s economy beginning in the 1950s. With the discovery of its fantastic underwater coral reefs, scuba divers and snorkelers alike began flocking to the island on a new kind of pilgrimage . . . and they’ve been coming ever since.