ABOUT POCA COSA
The ultimate escape. Enjoy nature living off the grid with water supplied by Mother Nature. No traffic, no newspapers, just you, the sea and wildlife. This split level two unit property offers a restorative environment for those who truly seek a remote hide-a-way. Poca Cosa is located in the fishing village with the Mayan name, Xcalak, on the Caribbean coast in the Southern Yucatan state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. No party animals here. If you enjoy day dreaming, reading or napping in a hammock under a palapa, fishing, snorkeling, paddling, star gazing, swimming, wildlife spotting, birding, or writing, then this is the place for you.
Our ground level small great room unit
Intimate ground level studio.Perfect for one or two.
All you need for simple living. Kitchen area with two burner stove, dishes, utensils, and sink open to dining area with half wall division from bedroom and seating areas. Separate bathroom area with shower. Sun patio facing the beach. Matrimonial size bed (Mexican double). Louver windows provide natural cooling from typical off-shore breezes.
Upper level one bedroom. Palapa covered balcony.
All you need for your relaxing retreat with a little elbow room. This comfortable one bedroom offers many views of the ocean, beach and jungle. Includes a full kitchen with dining area, bathroom with shower and one of the best places to sit on a deck, listen to the wind in the palms, and watch the sunrise that you'll find anywhere.
What are you waiting for? Come rest, play and explore. Paddle the lagoon, enjoy sundowners while watching sunsets from the roof deck, snorkel the extensive patch coral, paddle or swim to the reef, scuba dive a variety of sites.
Your Refuge & Nature Await
Features & Diversions
Happy fisherman with good size Permit fish. Permit, Bone and Tarpon providing the sport fisher with ample challenge.
This wood stork was photographed at bird island, just south of Poca Cosa. One of many bird species abundant in the vicinity.
Poca Cosa with the Caribbean on the left, to the right (west) beyond the jungle is the lagoon. Roof deck is visible - best place for sunset views.
These Queen Angel fish are shy but you'll find them in the patch coral right off the beach at Poca Cosa.
Shaded parking, automatic back-up propane generator, propane hot water heater, sit-on-top kayaks, hammocks, large palapa with wood deck, smaller palapa near water's edge, few neighbors, superb snorkeling, paddling, swimming, beach walks, solitude, privacy. Excellent sport fishing for Permit, Bone, Snook and Tarpon.