Stunning as royal gardens, cays in the Jardines del Rey archipelago provide a unique Cuba travel experience in an environment where nature has set one of its most spectacular domains. Composed by a series of tiny islands and three big cays, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Paredon Grande, this paradisiacal region -connected to the main land of the province of Ciego de Avila through a 17-kilometre causeway- boasts 21 kilometres of white sandy beaches and it is designed to cater for the needs of those seeking for isolation from the real world.
Cayo Coco’s coral reef stretches through 32 kilometres offering the Diving enthusiast a whole new world to discover and photograph. This cay, which has its own international airport, also offers excellent opportunities for deep-sea Fishing or enjoying of a boat adventure. Cayo Guillermo gives the opportunity to explore Hemmingway’s favourite Fishing spots in Cuba which inspired him to write his bestselling title “Islands in the Stream”.