Beautiful Cayos of CubaCuba · 6 Items · Anna De Mondey
Handpicked by a Cuba Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Beautiful Cayos of Cuba'.
Cayo Levisa Explore the almost virgin paradise of Cayo Levisa, its clear waters, magnificent corals and a varied fauna, Cuba Cayo Levisa, separated by the Caribbean Sea from the northern coast of Cuba, holds the title of best beach in Pinar del Río, ahead of Cayo Jutías, next to which it integrates the Los Colorados Archipelago, becoming one of the most striking destinations for visi...More info
Cayo Jutías Cayo Jutías, one of the three islands that make up the Los Colorados archipelago, is located on the north coast of Pinar del Río, in the municipality of Las Minas de Matahambre, in Cuba. Cayo Jutías is accessed from the mainland by means of a 5 km long walkway, which flows into the southern part of the island, populated with mangroves. If you are a nature lover and you ...More info
Cayo Coco Cayo Coco is the fourth largest islet in Cuba and one of its main tourist destinations. It is located in the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago, also known as Jardines del Rey. The first person to reach Cayo Coco was the French privateer Jacques de Sores, after his assaults on Havana and Port-au-Prince. Later, in 1752, he was followed by the first landowner on the island, a...More info
Cayo Largo Cayo Largo del Sur is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Cuba that is located at the eastern end of the Canarreos Archipelago, in Isla de la Juventud. Bathed by the waters of the Caribbean, it is the perfect place if you are looking for paradisiacal beaches of fine white sand, an infinity of beautiful coral reefs, spectacular resorts and tourists from all over...More info
Cayo Santa María Cayo Santa María is the largest islet that Cuba has and is located in the splendid archipelago of the Jardines del Rey. This is the last of the wonderful keys that are accessed following the road that crosses the Bay of Buena Vista This incredible islet has about 18 km2 of surface and about 10 kilometers of beaches of the best quality. These beaches are the r...More info
Cayo Guillermo Cayo Guillermo is one of the spectacular islets of Cuba that make up the Jardines del Rey archipelago, located on the northwest coast of the island, between the Bay of Dogs and the Atlantic Ocean. It belongs to the province of Ciego de Ávila and the municipality of Morón. Despite having a smaller size than the other islets in the area, in its scarce 13 km2, Cay...More info