Cayo Santa María, Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo
An unbeatable place to rest and play
Tropical island paradise
Coral reefs, dreamy beaches, and lots and lots of relaxing. Clearly, to leave Cuba without visiting these tiny islands in the central part of the country in the Atlantic Ocean would be a crime of epic proportions. No wonder they are known as "the King's gardens." There are activities of interest to all: Looking for sandy beaches straight out of a movie? Playa Pilar and its dunes, on Cayo Guillermo, are truly a gem that extends to include an amazing barrier reef and ecotourism activities, such as sighting pink flamingoes. You're more into water sports? Cayo Coco is perfect for scuba diving or snorkeling. You'd rather rest? You can't beat Cayo Santa María's virgin nature and its luxury hotels. Don't miss, by the way, the unusual 10-mile stone causeway that links this paradise with the Cuban mainland. Without a doubt, an unforgettable visit.
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