Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts
Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts, tourist
Cayo Coco is one of the tiny islands and keys of Jardines del Rey (the King's Gardens),
immortalized in Ernest Hemingway's novel, Islands in the Stream. Right now Cayo Coco
All Inclusive Resorts constitute a tourist treasure.
Amazing almost virgin beaches that seem taken from a postcard because they are too perfect to
be real, an incredible coral reef, the second largest in the world, excellent surroundings,
a breathtaking fauna, incredible facilities and excellent service are just some of the
wonders Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts have to offer.
Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts, a Bit of History and
Cayo Coco, home to most All Inclusive Resorts in this region of Cuba,
is part of Ciego de Avila province, an agricultural paradise with its rich soil and
water yielding enviable crops of citrus fruits, bananas and pineapples. Its traditions and
influenced by Spanish, Haitian and Jamaican immigrants.
Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts and its Amazing
Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts are proud of the 22-kilometre strip of amazing almost virgin
beach and coastline. La Jaula, Las Coloradas and Los Flamencos beaches are considered the
best in the keys and that is where most Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts are located.
Cayo Guillermo, near Cayo Coco, is not a big key, but with an absolutely beautiful beach.
Five kilometres of a fine white sand beach eagerly await visitors wanting to commune with
nature. They can doze under the Royal palms, snorkel, swim, sunbathe or just admire the
An Amazing Wildlife around Cayo Coco All Inclusive
An amazing wildlife surrounds Cayoo Coco All Inclusive Resorts, which makes this destination
While staying at one of Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts you will discover the amazing flora
and fauna of this region. Most islands in the area are part of Biosphere Reserve Buenavista
and display mangroves and everglades, flamingos and roseate spoonbills. There are over 200
birds species located here. It is just an amazing spectacle.
La Leche Lagoon, famous for the sodium carbonate deposits that turn the water a milky white,
is a refuge for flamingos, snooks and tarpons. It is a popular fishing spot, and is often
used for sailing regattas.
There are lots of incredible backdrops in Cayo Coco that make you feel you are in paradise
and we are sure that this, together with beautiful Cayo Coco All Inclusive Resorts and
wonderful Cuban people, always ready to make you feel home, will make your stay at Cayo Coco
All Inclusive Resorts unforgettable.
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