Cayo Largo Beaches
With 40 stunning beaches there is so much to explore!
Cayo Largo is a destination of sun and beach. Its main attributes are on its beaches of white and fine sands. It’s has in fact two of them recognised among the best in the world: Sirena and Paraíso.
The name is due to the virginity of its surroundings, an exceptional place for lovers of tranquillity, where always the waters are serene and crystal clear. It treasures its virginity, is exceptional for the lovers of the privacy.
With 2.3 km long, is one of the most beautiful in Cuba. It is a true protected dreamed place, with a preserved dune of more than 300 meters, with fine sand of neolithic origin, which always keeps it fresh to the step of the bathers by much that the solar rays impact. It has a nautical point for the enjoyment of all.
Located in front the hotel facilities, has a curved form that imitates a shell, where you can see the dunes elevated with white rocks. Is 5 km long and is described as very intimate.
Los Cocos Beach
Located at the east, its name is due the amount of coconut trees that are concentrated in their dunes, almost virgin place, and ideal for those who choose the privacy and the solitude as part of their enjoyment.
Mal Tiempo Beach
If you are looking for a quiet place to be in direct contact with nature, then this is the ideal haven for that.
Ideal for those who love quietness and meditation.
Isle of Youth:
If you are a lover of sun and beach tourism destination, you can not miss visiting Isla de la Juventud. The destination has a total of 49 beaches: 10 located on the North (8.4 km); 11 on the South (39, 532 km) and the rest in the adjacent keys (148, 944 km). The Lanier Swamp, being the natural boundary between the north and south of the island.
An abrasive-cumulative North coast due to marine and fluvial erosion and its beaches formed by low and flat plains (cumulative, biogenic). They are partially swampy with presence of littoral swamps and beaches; These last ones feature, as common characteristics, shallow waters, sandy and muddy bottom, with stoniness towards the shore where also you can find sea grasses of Thalasias.
Some of the best known are El Gallego, Punta Piedra, El Estudiante and Bibijagua; the last one is famous for its fine black sand beach due to the erosive action of the waves on the marble rocks. Unique in the country, Bibijagua also enjoys a great singularity around the world, reinforced by the beauty and transparency of its waters, and by offering a quiet and familiar environment for those who prefer direct contact with nature.
The South coast, unlike the North coast, not being close to settlements or the areas of greater industrialisation of the territory, has beaches of a higher quality for the development of tourism. Among them, the Colony and Punta Francés, where you can find different sea-bottom landscapes with a wide variety of corals, gorgonians, sponges and polychaetes, accompanied by a huge wealth of different species of fish, as well as other vertebrates. They preserve its main values with a high degree of naturalness, allowing the development of ecotourism.