This archipelago is a necklace of practically untouched islets of singular beauty. They form part of the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago, the largest of the four archipelagos which skirt the main island of Cuba. Jardines del Rey has 18 and a half miles (30 kilometers) of virgin beaches. Its sea bed is enchanting and has the second largest coral reef in the world-surpassed only by Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Thus, the archipelago is an excellent place for scuba diving and other water sports.
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It is separated from mainland by a causeway that begins in Turiguanó, which is north of Ciego de Avila and is famous for its lagoons, where trout fishing and beautiful rural landscapes are the main attractions...
This cay has a little over 13 and a half miles (22 kilometers) of beaches with fine sand and clear, green water, in a practically virgin setting. Nearly 90 percent of it is covered with lush vegetation. Its...
Cayo Santa María
About five km east of Caibarién, a causeway leads northeast from the coast road and leaps from tiny cay to tiny cay ending at Cayo Santa María and Marina Santa María. The most beautiful and unspoiled Cuban...
Cayo Las Brujas
Endemic tropical nature close to the Bahamas Channel, Cayo Las Brujas owns wonderful coral reefs is a perfect place for scuba diving and wind surfing. Kilometers of coral reefs with a large submarine fauna,...
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