Where is Cayo Coco?
Cayo Coco is one of the main islets of Cuba and with its 370 km ², it is fourth in size in the Cuban archipelago, The islet of Cayo Coco is linked to the mainland by a 27 km causeway from Turiguanó, north of Ciego de Avila, which is famous for its lagoons where trout fishing is a special attraction, and its beautiful rural scenery.
What does a stay in Cayo Coco have to offer?
- Las Coloradas Beach, Flamencos Beach and other stunning beaches. What attracts visitors to Cayo Coco is its 22 km of spectacular beaches and rich vegetation of coconut palms and mangroves. The most famous beaches are Las Coloradas, Playa Flamingo and Playa Jaula.
- Coastal wildlife. In Cayo Coco, there are about animal 200 animal species, among which first and foremost are birds and reptiles, including iguanas, and more than 360 species of plants, many of them endemic to Cuba.
- Luxury in the natural beauty of Cayo Coco. Cayo Coco has first class hotels, lakes, swimming pools, a wide range of entertainment, services and even an airport. All this in one of the finest, virtually untouched natural environments in Cuba.
- Scuba diving in the depths of Cuba. The Caribbean beaches are perfect places to discover Cuba’s rich seabed. In Cayo Coco there are several diving establishments for scuba diving in the large aquariums of the Caribbean Sea.
Are you interested in IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts for your stay in Cayo Coco?
IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts has a 4-star resort near Cayo Coco, on Cayo Guillermo: the IBEROSTAR Daiquiri Hotel. This luxury hotel has 3 swimming pools, modern facilities, attentive service and a professional team that provides guests with an unforgettable experience during their visit to Cayo Coco. The IBEROSTAR Daiquiri is the perfect choice for those looking for rest and relaxation in a paradise of incomparable beauty in Cuba.