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Cayo Carenas

Cayo Carenas, (located at the south center of the bay), an isle that used to be the summer place of wealthy families of this prosperous sea locality.

Cayo Largo del Sur

Cayo Largo owes its name to its elongated shape. Around 1494 admiral Christopher Columbus touched upon it during his second voyage to Cuba. It is also linked to the large groups of corsairs and pirates that of old used to roam the Caribbean Sea.

Cayo Blanco

500 m. from Marea del Portillo, Granma, is found Cayo Blanco islet, a place with awesome sea bottoms, belonging to an impressive system of sea terraces. It owes its beauty to the combination of sea, plains and mountains of the Sierra Maestra.

Cayo Saetía

Located on Nipe Bay, the biggest in Cuba, this is an enticing paradise for visitors because of its virgin beaches and its exotic flora and fauna. Cayo Saetía spreads over 42 km., is heavily forested (65 % of its area) and possesses 12 little beaches among which El Peñón, Almendra and Gaviota stand out.

Cayo Sabinal

Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Sabinal, caressed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, located in one of the most beautiful coral reefs of the world, are unique places because of the wide range and profusion of their sea species and luxuriant vegetation. The coral reef is second in size only to the Australian one, and stretches west parallel to Sabinal, Guajaba, Romano and Cruz Keys, reaching Varadero.

Cayo Guillermo

On the north coast of Cuba, exactly at the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago, lie the keys, isles and islets that the Spanish conquerors named –between 1513-1514– Jardines del Rey (King’s Gardens), in honor of Fernando the Catholic, Spanish king at the time. Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo, caressed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, located in one of the most beautiful coral reefs of the world, are unique places because of the wide range and profusion of their sea species and luxuriant vegetation.

Cayo Coco

On the north coast of Cuba, exactly at the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago, lie the keys, isles and islets that the Spanish conquerors named –between 1513-1514– Jardines del Rey (King’s Gardens), in honor of Fernando the Catholic, Spanish king at the time. Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo, caressed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, located in one of the most beautiful coral reefs of the world, are unique places because of the wide range and profusion of their sea species and luxuriant vegetation.

Playa Maria Aguilar

María Aguilar beach lies south of the city. This beach on Ancón Peninsula completes Trinidad’s historic and cultural offer. It is remarkable for its warm, shallow waters under which lies a rugged seabed teeming with luxuriant life: various kinds of coral, sea fans, sponges, small tropical reef-dwelling fish and different species of chelonians.

Cayo Las Brujas

To some Cayo Las Brujas is the most beautiful cayo out of the three. This beach has exceptionally fine sand and a very smooth sea, runs for almost 2 kilometers. The pretty beach at Villas Las Brujas combine the best of tourism with the best of nature.Takes its name after a popular legend telling the story of a young couple whose love was thwarted by the jealousy of the girl’s uncle, who, by the way, also has an islet named after him: Borracho (drunkard).

Cayo Ensenachos

Though the smallest of the keys linked by the pedraplén, Cayo Ensenachos is regarded by many as the one having the best beaches. Its location behind Cayo Santa María protects it from the beating of heavy waves even when the sea is rough and grants it a calm sea throughout the year.