Cozumel Real Estate Recognized as Safest Community in Mexico

Playa Del Carmen, Mexico (PressExposure) November 19, 2009 -- TOPMexicoRealEstate is currently presenting Cozumel Real Estate as one of Mexico's safest communities and ideal retirement destinations. Recent national and international acknowledgments have distinguished Cozumel Real Estate as not only a safe community, but one of the safest that exists. This important factor, along with Cozumel's small community, beachfront lifestyle and the close proximity to beautiful and protected nature make Cozumel an ideal choice for those looking for a relaxing retirement, or a secure, healthy atmosphere for family living.

Cozumel's level of safety is obvious in the relaxed, peace-of-mind atmosphere felt on the island, and this aspect of Cozumel has recently been officially recognized on two different occassions. One was an official recognition on a national level that Cozumel is the safest community in Mexico. While the island has fewer police than is officially necessary for its population, it has the unique situation of the presence of the Mexican Army, Navy and Federal Police, which work in conjunction with each other, communicating on a regular and established basis to monitor safety on the island, and prevent crime. The key word in Cozumel security is "prevention," which can give real estate buyers the confidence that safety is being given attention and priority before it becomes a problem. While the island's high level of security gives peace of mind, authorities are also working to keep this status in a proactive way.

Another important recognition for Cozumel is that it was recently named the "Island of Peace." This designation was given as a part of a recent project called "Child, Sea, Peace and Cozumel." The project was undertaken by Manuel Diaz Rubio, a businessman from the nearby state of Yucatan, and the Spanish ship captain, Vital Alsar. Diaz and Alsar had a ship built in the Mexican State of Veracruz in a combination of ancient styles, including Mayan and Greek, which sailed from Cozumel as its host port carrying its crew, the "International Peace Flag," and a child from Cozumel from a fishing family of Mayan origins. Since August the ship has sailed to various coastal cities throughout North America, Europe and Africa.

The ship's name is Zamna, which is the name of most powerful of the Mayan gods. At each destination, the child aboard Zamna has delivered a peace flag to local children. Two key destinations have been New York, where Zamna and its crew arrived on Sept. 11 to participate in the ceremonies remembering the terrorist attacks of 2001, and Santander, Spain, the home town of the ships captain, and its first European destination. The ship is currently in the Mediterranean. The project is delivering the message of peace on behalf of Cozumel and its residents, reflecting the peaceful, safe atmosphere of the island. See TOPMexicoRealEstate's Real Estate Blog for regular updates on this voyage.

While these two events are simply acknowledgments, they reflect the extent to which people associate Cozumel with safety and peace. This reputation is, in turn, a reflection of the reality of life in Cozumel. Safety, a sense of relaxation and peace of mind permeate life on this island, where many homes are integrated into its natural settings, and all properties are within very close proximity of it. TOPMexicoRealEstate presents these benefits of living in Cozumel as an ideal option for non-Mexican Retirees or families.

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Region: Cozumel Real Estate Rita Sheese is the Cozumel AMPI chapter president. She is also a member of the Cozumel Urban Planning Commission and Foundation for Strategic Planning for the Caribbean Island. (512)-879-6546

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Press Release Submitted On: November 19, 2009 at 2:24 pm
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