This is a beachfront restaurant with various on the water activities such as snokelling trips, sea-doo and small sailboat rental. They have two beachfront locations. We went to the old one (entrance opposite the El Cedral entrance from the main road). The new one is located on the east side of the island. There is no entrance fee.There were a few beach umbrellas and beach chairs on the narrow stretch of beach with quite a lot of seaweeds. I think this is the case for many 'wilder' beaches on Cozumel, real beaches that aren't manicured. Many people went on their snokelling tours, as we saw boats coming and going. The place was packed by lunch time. The food was good - we ordered guacamole and fish tacos and two soft drinks. The guac was a huge portion with lots of chips. The bill was steep - at US$19, but it's reasonable because of the ocean view.