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Welcome to our website dedicated to Cayo Coco, online since 2004. As Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo share the same airport, we also added into this website all the information regarding its sister island, Cayo Guillermo.
These islands are located in the Northern part of Cuba, in the Atlantic Ocean. This destination is known for its many kilometers of pristine beaches of fine white sand. The sea is calm, shallow and crystal clear waters of a beautiful turquoise blue. It is an oasis of peace for nature lovers, beach, family and relaxation.
Cayo Coco is an island with an area of 370 km2, the second largest in size after its neighbor Cayo Romano (465 km2) located East, connected with the island of Cayo Paredon Grande by small bridges, known for its lighthouse and its nice beach. There is an ongoing project to develop this island. They are all part of a group of several islands called Jardines Del Rey (King's Gardens in English) and which itself is part of a bigger archipelago called « Sabana-Camaguey ». The Spaniards named the archipelago Jardines del Rey in 1513 in honor of Ferdinand the Catholic. The little island of Cayo Guillermo (thirteen square kilometers) is located west of Cayo Coco and is considered to be the little sister of Cayo Coco.
There are 11 hotels in Cayo Coco (3,991 rooms) and 4 hotels in Cayo Guillermo (1,161 rooms) for a total of 5,152 rooms served by the same airport (CCC).
The two newest hotels are the Memories Flamenco Beach Resort (5-star of 600 rooms) and the Pestana Cayo Coco (4-star of 508 rooms). Pestana is the name of the Portuguese hotel group that manages the hotel. A new player in Cuba!.
What's new in the Jardines del Rey ?
There are three hotels under construction in this destination ...
East of Pestana Cayo Coco: Melia Jardines del Rey (1,176 rooms)
East of the Melia Cayo Coco: Pullman Cayo Coco » (566 rooms)
West area of Playa Pilar (Cayo Guillermo): Iberostar Playa Pilar (482 rooms)
Cayo Coco has celebrated its 20th birthday in 2013. The « Jardines del Rey » project is 32,000 rooms! Visit our projects page dedicated on new hotels to come.
Bus transfer from Cayo Coco international airport (CCC) to the hotels in Cayo Coco is 10 minutes (hotels in the East sector) up to 30 minutes (hotels in the central sector) and 45 minutes for hotels in Cayo Guillermo. Your all-inclusive travel package includes the transfer by bus.
For those who wish to eat (or just drink a cold beer) outside the hotels in Cayo Coco, you will find interesting that there are few friendly places where you can enjoy a delicious meal (lobster or other). Note that these restaurants are not part of your all inclusive package. Click HERE to learn more about this delightful option in Cayo Coco.
Eighty-five percent of its territory is covered with vegetation. 200 species of birds live there and a population of 30,000 flamingos. The Jardines Del Rey archipelago has its own international airport, which is located on Cayo Coco island. The island is connected to the main island of Cuba by 27 Kms long causeway.
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We have several domain names registered. All our websites are dedicated to the wonderful world of travel. It is a passion for us to travel and to share what we have been fortunate to visit! Our most visited websites are about Cuba, but we have many more about other countries in the world.
Kitesurfing has been very popular at the hotel Sol Cayo Guillermo for many years, but there is a new player now ... the hotel Allegro Club Cayo Guillermo. This hobby is popular throughout Cuba and the Caribbean. We saw kite surfers in Cayo Guillermo and also Cayo Santa Maria, in the same archipelago.
Please note that since the spring 2014, Cuba authority systematically stamps all passports at the entrance as well as the exit from the country. Note that the departure tax remains unchanged at 25 CUC per person (in cash only).
The Cuban President Raul Castro announced in October 2013 the beginning of the process that will put an end to the two currencies circulating for 19 years on the island. More information to come!
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