Cuba the secret of the Keys
Beautiful beaches full of Coral reefs, autochthonous vegetation and the best services and accommodation of Cuba distinguish the Cuban keys as well as your luxury holidays in Cuba. You can easily reach to these keys by sea, air or through the "Pedraplen" that connect them to the island.
Their beautiful beaches are the main reason to choose the fabulous universes of Cuban Keys to spend your Cuba Holidays. Cayo Coco is privilege by its 22 kilometres of transparent waters and white sands; it is a gift to all the Cuba Holidays makers that love the marine adventures and all its beaches such as: Las Coloradas, Playa Larga, Flamencos y La Jaula are true examples of that.
Besides, there is Cayo Guillermo with its six kilometres almost virgin beaches which are its most valuable treasure and Cayo Guillermo will share them with you on these Caribbean holidays in Cuba. El Paso Beach, Playa del Medio and Pilar Beach, the last one which is located on the highest sand dune of the Caribbean will be waiting for you on this summer holidays. There are other nice sceneries on Playa Los Pinos and Playa del Norte on Cayo Paredon Grande.
On this Cuba Holidays you will have a very special opportunity to be happy and to preserve the miracle of always living in natural way.
Jardines del Rey has the most beautiful sceneries that you can imagine of these holidays in Cuba and on this magical place Nature is the hostess. In addition, Cayo Coco has plenty of Coconut Trees among other flora species that are typical from Cuba. The fauna is also well represented on the Cuban keys, if you are of the Cuba Holidays makers that have passion for the beauties of our blue planet on the Cuban keys you will see as part of this all inclusive holidays, plenty of flamingos' colonies, rare molluscs, amphibious and mammals such as the intelligent dolphins.
Cayo Guillermo, on the other hand, green and promising just as Ernest Hemingway qualified it because of the excellences of its sea bottoms. Barriers of reefs, sponge banks and gorgonians, tunnels and caves, as well as the perfect conditions for the fishing make it be the best option for constant challenge on this summer holidays in Cuba. The existence of hunt limits, international centers of fishing, rodeo places supplement the necessities to live a different adventure during this awesome luxury holidays in Cuba. From the own Cayeria, you can plan your daily itinerary and to move for the whole region in car, on foot or on scooters.
But the adventure does not finish there; while enjoying your Cuba Holidays on the Cuban keys you can traveled to mainland in order to appreciate the different historical and cultural manifestations, of the next cities of Ciego de Avila, Moron and Florencia.
On this Cuba Holidays you will have a very special opportunity to be happy in an environment where man and time play to preserve the miracle of always living in natural way. With the offer of accommodation of the best five stars hotels and the excellences of its services, indeed Cuban Keys are the combination of development and nature that you will need to make your Cuba Holidays as perfect as you always like to be.
Mainly attraction of the Cuban Keys on this Cuba Holidays
Its wonderful beaches with impressive marine bottoms heavily populated by a remarkable variety of species are perfect for the development of a group of nautical activities, specially the scuba diving with more than 20 diving centers in each key. These Caribbean Holidays in Cuba will be dressed in Blue due to huge amount of nautical activities that you can experience.
In Cayo Coco there are plenty of nautical bases such as the one on exist in La Ensenada del Bautista, while in Cayo Guillermo there is a marine international base with capacity for 40 yachts and it offers all the serviced related to the marine activities. Therefore, if you are one of those Cuba Holidays makers that love to sail on Cuban waters be ready for the adventure. Other nautical services of the Cayeria are: 5 diving centers and 8 beaches clubs in the hotels. There is also a nautical base for trips in mailing boats through the inner channels of Cayo Guillermo.
A group of marine and an International Diving Center are located in Cayo Coco. They rare equipped according to the international norms, and will allow you to discover on this Cuba Holidays, the kindness of the marine universe of the Cuban Keys.
Nature tourism on the Cuban Keys
The variety of the flora and fauna of the region invites the Cuba Holidays makers that like to be in touch with Nature to go into in surprising places. Another activity to take into consideration on this summer holidays in Cuba will be Birds watching, on the region of the Cuban Keys you will see and mainly discover plenty of new and endemic species .In Cayo Coco there are several places for the observation of the flora, the fauna and the landscapes in the area of Loma del Puerto and Sitio La Guira. In mainland there are also 3 paths for the observation of the flora and fauna in Florence and La Loma de Cunagua.
Hunting and Fishing on this Christmas Holidays in Cuba.
Next to the city of Moron, the challenge opens to those Cuba Holidays makers that like facing nature in hunt limits which are located in lagoons that are surrounded by beautiful tropical forests. In their wide channels species like ducks of great size, doves, quails and Guineans stand out. There is an international fishing center in La Laguna Redonda located 18 km to the northeast of Moron where you will find the best fishing of your luxury holidays in Cuba.
Cultural Tourism on this summer holidays
La migracion propicio un amplio mestizaje racial en el territorio, que trajo como consecuencia la integracion armonica de las culturas espanola, haitiana y jamaicana.
The migration produced a melting pot of races in the territory due to this fact there is a harmonic integration of the Spanish, Haitian and Jamaican cultures.
The Hispanic parties that took place in the capital of the province, Ciego de Avila, are tied to the peasant's life. The Caribbean influence, on the other hand, is shown in the celebration of the Haitian parties where typical dances are remembered as the gaga, the congo and the merengue. As you can see, your Cuba holidays will be full of music, dance and rhythm on the Cuban Keys.
What to do and where to go on this summer holidays in the Cuban Keys?
During the whole time you will spend on this luxury holidays there will be multiple possibilities for living naturally. Without clock adjustments, you will liberate energy in beaches, country places and in the city. Huge varies of offers waiting for you to enjoy them on your Cuba Holidays.
Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo's places of interest on this package holidays
Parador La Silla: Located to the entrance of the pedraplen, from this rustic place you can admire the attractive sceneries of the region, as well as a near colony of flamingos while drinking the best of the Cuban cocktails you have tasted on this all inclusive holidays in Cuba.
Sitio La Guira: This place recreates an old establishment of coal producers of the beginning of the century, and it is toward the center of the cayeria. At this place this Cuba Holidays will have a real Cuban touch because of its multiple recreational offers among those that stand out horse riding, rural guateques and a lot of typical plates of the region.
Playa Flamenco: Considered as one of the most beautiful of the Cayeria, its three kilometers of longitude are enough to be able to admire the beauty of its sandy coast and to enjoy their transparent waters. In this place the nautical activities are combined with horse riding and a complete offer of gastronomic services. While enjoying your Cuba Holidays at this place you will feel that this is what you will always have waited for.
Sendero La Duna de la Loma del Puerto: It is an interesting geomorphologic formation produced by the accumulation of sand during many years. Today is a beautiful place which is twelve meters high and it represents the biggest elevation of Key Coconut. This Cuba Holidays will reach to the top of the world.
Sendero Las Dolinas: It embraces the central area of the north coast and it is an interpretative path starting from which one can know numerous species of the flora and local endemic fauna.
Punto Nautico Aguas Tranquilas: Located in La Ensenada del Bautista, in the oriental part of the key, it is the perfect place for the development of multiple nautical activities on this luxury holidays in Cuba, for example the seafari in catamaran and the snorkeling. The offer is completed with bar-barbecue service.
International Diving Centre: Located in Punta Rasa, it has the qualified personnel and the necessary equipment for the development of trips, classes of diving initiation, seafaris and recreational beach sports.
Playa Pilar: It is named after the yacht that accompanied the American writer Ernest Hemingway when sailing in Cuban waters. The beach is defined by wide dunes of sands and steep tips, and it is one of the biggest attractions in the region. This is a place that you can not miss on this summer holidays in Cuba.
Marina Cayo Guillermo: It is located at the entrance of the key and it has facilities for professional sailing and fishing.
Diego Velasquez Lighthouse in Cayo Paredon Grande: One of the most important engineering Works of the middle of last century in one of the nearest points to the Old Channel of Bahamas. Taking pictures on this extraordinary place will be one of the most remarkable experiences of your Caribbean Holidays.
Keys are all the rage
The keys that surround the island of Cuba amount to remarkable areas teeming with charms of their own and offering exceptional opportunities for international tourism including you and your family on this Cuba Holidays.
Sail across the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean, and you will find out that Cuba is not alone. Over 4,000 islets and keys bear out the assumption that this is an archipelago rather than a solitary island.
Ten years ago, with the exception of the Isle of Youth and Cayo Largo del Sur –both in the southern tip of western Cuba- those thousands and thousands of keys were nothing but unexplored territories where only chirping birds and the occasional sound of one of its ground critters used to crack the reigning calmness. However, thanks to your Caribbean Holidays in Cuba you will see that this place has become a tropical paradise.
Cuba's takeoff as a tourist power in the early 1990s led man to yearn for the main island's surroundings, especially those smaller-sized keys that enclosed so many good opportunities for the leisure industry.
Then appear the need to hook up the keys with the main island as some of them stand dozens of miles away from it. Interconnection among them was necessary to build an infrastructure mesh for the offshore development of the sector.
The top spot among Cuban beaches no longer had a one-and-only blockbuster.
Man took on the challenge and laying slab after slab of stone, he built –in a relatively short period of time- two major works of Cuba's civil engineering known as pedraplenes (roads on the sea) that spanned Coco, Guillermo, Paredon Grande, Romano, Santa Maria, Ensenachos and Las Brujas keys, all of them spotted off the coasts of the central provinces. Once you are there on this package holidays you will see that they are engineering masterpieces.
Until then, Varadero used to be –for both foreigners and nationals alike- Cuba's premiere beach. There was no other foreshore capable of holding a candle to it as far as crystal-clear water, easy slopes to the sea and powder-thin sands are concerned.
But the very first visitors who made of this place the site of their Cuba Holidays –a trend that is increasingly catching on now- were literally stunned as they feasted their wide-open eyes on something they would only seen in pictures before. The top spot among Cuban beaches no longer had a one-and-only blockbuster.
Discovering the origin and history of an enchanted place: Jardines Del Rey
Diego Velazquez baptized the keys and islets surrounding Cuba toward the north and the central area with the name of Jardines del Rey (Gardens of the King) in 1514. With this gesture, the Spanish conquistador wanted to render homage to Ferdinand, the Catholic, since Christopher Columbus had already named Jardines de la Reina (Gardens of the Queen) the keys of the south in honour of Isabelle of Castile.
The archipelago is also known as Sabana-Camagüey which extends all over the Cuban northern littoral on an area of 465 km, parallel to the provinces of Matanzas, Villa Clara, Sancti Spiritus, Ciego de avila and Camagüey. This archipelago is formed by 2,517 keys and islets, accounting for 60% of the insular territories that make up the large Cuban archipelago. Among them are the following keys: Romano with 777 km2 and Coco with 370, the largest ones of the whole. This place is a natural perfect paradise for the enjoyment of an unforgettable Cuba Holidays.
Over seven hundred species of the terrestrial flora of which 126 are endemic inhabit the place. Other 958 belong to the terrestrial fauna and 900 to fish species. There are 450 km of front reef that make up the second largest coral reef, after the great Australian coral reef.
Nobody who has ever beheld this natural paradise stops getting dazzled by its haven of countless flora and wildlife species, the quasi-unexplored beaches, the exclusive scuba diving sites or the excellence of its tourist resort, therefore, nobody that has chosen Cuban keys as the place of spending their Cuba Holidays has been regretted.
Knowing the origin of this marvellous place is an opportunity only given to you by this summer holidays. The story goes that Governor Don Diego Velazquez, the conqueror of Cuba, was the one who shattered Christopher Columbus's crazy idea that he had landed on the magical Catay, the mysterious place Marco Polo mentioned time and again in his book The Million. Don Diego hurriedly knocked together a round trip around Cuba to make sure it was just an island, and soon before anyone could say crazy Eddy he chanced upon the unimaginable wonder of the Cuban keys.
A Garden for His Highness
Also pinpointed in world atlas as the Sabana-Camaguey Archipelago, the Jardines Del Rey (King's Gardens) goes for roughly 289 miles along the northern coastline from the province of Matanzas all the way to Camaguey. All this extension full of beautiful places is waiting for you on this Caribbean Holidays in Cuba that deserve having the ISLAND sticker glued on them.
Jardines del Rey provides a natural haven for 700 different kinds of plants (126 of them hailing exclusively from Cuba), 958 ground wildlife species and 900 fish families that usually find shelter in some 280 miles of coral reefs.
The destination got its big break in the business of tourism following the opening of the first hotel on Cayo Coco back in 1992. Now it boasts the fastest-growing numbers of the entire Cuban leisure industry over the past decade with more than 3,000 rooms. Getting there takes a 10-mile drive down a road that rests over Bahia de los Perros. Since this moment on, there have been a huge number of Cuba Holidays makers that have come to the Cuban Keys to spend their vacation time.
On this summer holidays, there are not only limited to bask in the sun or take a swim at the beach
There are not only limited to bask in the sun or take a swim at the beach. There are such places as the rough watchtower of La Silla from where sunbathers can make out flocks of pink flamingos that dwell in the southern keys. You can also ride on horseback down these lands formerly lived and worked by coal makers, stay overnight in rustic cabanas, hike down several trails and taste exquisite traditional meals.
But one of the key's major attractions is no doubt the recently opened El Baga Nature Park that comprises 769 acres of well-preserved woods and ponds. This is a place that you can not miss on this luxury holidays in Cuba.
The place also features an aboriginal hamlet and is outfitted with a wharf and a buccaneer's vessel, as well as a nautical centre equipped with everything it takes for boat rides down the canals or a chance to paddle aboard canoes like the ones used by Indians in the past.
The park also offers hikes or rides in horse-hauled buggies through a long tree grove, visits to the colonial plaza, the chance of swinging by a number of restaurants, cafeterias and exhibition areas full of local wildlife species, let alone the once-in-the-lifetime opportunity to get in touch with countryside and African-Cuban cultures. As you can see you will have so many things to do that time will not be enough on this summer holidays.
Jardines Del Rey can easily compete with Spanish and French royal gardens.
Not far from Cayo Coco stand Guillermo, Paredon Grande and Verde keys. In his novel Islands in the Stream, American writer Ernest Hemingway called Cayo Guillermo "a promising and green place," for a third of its surface is covered by breathtaking beaches like El Pilar. Flamingos, pelicans, thrushes, seagulls, hummingbirds, hawks and other bird species share this environment with all the Cuba Holidays makers that get there.
Unlike what its name could lead to believe, Paredon Grande is the smallest key of the three-pack (barely a couple of square miles), yet it features equally astonishing beaches and coral reefs. The Diego Velazquez Lighthouse, built in 1859 atop a rocky cliff, is one of its landmarks, now beaconing passing ships and boats.
Perhaps comparing those places with the magnificence of Spain's royal gardens –or maybe the ones in France's Versailles- Don Diego hit the nail on the head when he called the archipelago off Cuba's north coast –from Punta Hicacos in Varadero all the way to Nuevitas in Camaguey- as Jardines del Rey (The King's Gardens)
That formation that had emerged from under the sea –separated from the main island by an array of coves and lagoon- is made up of 400 keys crowned by a coral reef of nearly 250 miles long, second only to Australia's Great Coral Barrier. The difference, however, is their balmy and calm waters all year round, as well as its rich underwater and ground wildlife, elements that lure Cuba Holidays makers to stay in this natural Eden for forever more.
Ernest Hemingway's favourite place
Maybe that explains why Ernest Hemingway, a man who knew this zone like no one else, made this area his favourite spot to hunt down German U-boats during World War II or just to catch giant marlins.
The 1954 Nobel-winning author likes to swim in the calm waters off Coco and Guillermo keys, a couple of Jardines Del Rey islets that stand out for their beauty and splendour. As well as you will do as part of this package holidays in Cuba.
Especially near Cayo Coco, a 142-square-mile, forest-covered natural haven where mangrove thickets, coconuts and wildlife species are hedged by over 13 miles of beaches of powder-thin sands and crystal-clear waters. Flocks of flamencos rest near the coastal pools, accompanied by molluscs, amphibians, mammals and endemic and migratory birds. Together, they turn this site into a one-and-only natural reservoir, with a coral reef that resembles an underwater garden.
Linked to solid ground by a 10.5-mile-long stony road that also hooks up the province of Ciego de Avila with Romano Key –another paradisiacal spot to consider on this Christmas holidays in Cuba- this location is blessed with a good deal of tourist facilities where scuba diving, swimming at the beach and basking in the sun can be enjoyed in a nearly virgin landscape. The blend makes it no doubt one of the most sought-after travel destinations on the face of the earth.
Jardines Del Rey is one of Cuba's most promising travel destinations
Five years ago, Jardines Del Rey hit the tourist market on a pledge to be one of Cuba's most promising travel destinations. Today, that marvellous circuit is at the peak of a stepped-up expansion process in terms of hotel and extra-hotel infrastructure after coming in for a million sunbathers in little more than ten years of operations.
Covering a total surface of 2,685 square miles, this tourist region lies off the waters of the Ciego de Avila province, some 310 miles east of Havana and less than three nautical miles away from the southern borderline of the Bahamas Old Channel, a major international maritime corridor.
The circuit is made up of a central core of northern keys (Coco, Guillermo and Paredon Grande), the southern keys (Jardines de la Reina) and other five mainland enclaves that allow the use of complementary resources to piece together an array of offerings comprising a total area of roughly 75 square miles (a half-hour drive).
The northern keys lie across the calm, shallow waters of Bahia de los Perros (Dogs Bay). A 10-mile-long stilted dirt road (known locally as pedraplen) hooks up the islets with the province of Ciego de Avila and the rest of the main island, though the Cayo Coco International Airport is the destination's main gateway for Cuba Holidays makers.
Jardines del Rey is your Cuba Holidays dream comes true
The environment here is brimming with ecological and scenery values. Breathtaking coral-reef beaches that stretch out dozens of miles, a diverse and luring flora and wildlife, gorgeous sea bottoms, and stable and balmy weather conditions are some of the main attributes that lay bare the incredible headway this tourist circuit has made.
The entire hotel stock on Coco and Guillermo keys (3,600 rooms in all) are clustered in four- and five-star beachfront resorts that fully comply with all environmental requirements as far as shoreline distance, height and gardening (approximately 80 percent of the land must be groomed and trimmed) are concerned.
Jardines Del Rey provides accessibility to any spot of Cuba as well as the circuit of the Caribbean where choices are available to tour the island entirely.
Jardines del Rey is your Cuba Holidays dream comes true. With a stock of 3,600 hotel rooms scattered in four- and five-star resorts, Coco and Guillermo keys are the perfect getaways for your perfect nature-packed holidays in Cuba.
Chambers for The Queen.
Just like the King has its gardens in the waters off northern Cuba, the Queen has her own too, in another archipelago not so developed from a tourist standpoint, but perhaps even most charming, where endemic flora and wildlife are so rich that scholars have not stopped to label species on the premises. Indeed, on this luxury holidays in Cuba you are going to feel that you belong to royalty because of its splendour.
Beyond that and trapped in the same ring of keys the Isle of Youth belongs to, this group of islets comprises 300 formations of different sizes known as the Archipelago of the Canarreos. This bunch of islands is home to Cayo Largo del Sur, one of the best-known and ever chose for all Cuba Holidays makers destinations all across Cuba.
Black-sand beaches like Bibijagua or unique sea bottoms off the southern portion are inhabited by colonies of crocodiles and marked by rich cultural traditions that make the Isle of Youth or the Isle of Pine –as it is also known- the right spot to kick off a tour that could end up around the neighbouring keys.
Why not? The Queen has a Garden, too
This place of wild nature and lavish vegetation is blessed with short sandy beaches hedged by numerous coral reefs. The entire location is pencilled in as a scuba diver's delight, featuring areas of up to 45 miles long. Life in this neck of the woods is twice as much adventurous and easy-going compared to similar regions outfitted with great infrastructure. Visiting Jardines de la Reina (Queen Garden) is an event that you will always remember of this summer holidays.
A floating hotel provides lodging conveniences to Cuba Holidays makers who travel to the archipelago searching for basses, bonefish and blue snappers, or to those eager to cut their teeth in scuba diving with the friendly help of internationally certified experts.
On Cayo Caguama, right at the south-eastern edge of the so-called Cayeria de las Doce Leguas (Keys of the Twelve Leagues), turtles, iguanas and seagulls share the environment with leafy palm trees.
With a surface of barely 8 square miles and a southern shoreline that stretches out for 9 miles (five and a half of them in top-notch beaches), Caguama stands out for having long strips of powder-thin sand that range from 5 to 20 yards deep.
Discovering the jewel you will need to give to your Cuba Holidays a distinctive touch.
There are superb underwater landscapes running next to the shore, chiefly made up of black coral colonies, huge sponges and abundant marine life, among many other attractions. Diving at night on this beautiful water is an activity that you will have to do on this luxury holidays.
Nonetheless, the ingrained beauty of the place is no stranger to the rest of the zone. It is dejâ vu all around Cuba's coastlines and the many islets you might hit upon just a few miles ahead, like the cases of Jutia and Saetia keys to the west, the ones grouped around Jardines del Rey or off the waters of Holguin province, also in the north, or the peerless Jardines de la Reina and Canarreos archipelagos to the south, corollary of the main island that brags about its keys as if it were a pearl necklace. The jewel you will need to give to your Cuba Holidays a distinctive touch.
Cayo Santa Maria: another spot to visit on your Caribbean Holidays.
In this sea portion of Cuba, a 48-km causeway was built with over 2,000 m of bridges which allow the flow of calm waters.
The causeway is born in the fishermen village of Caibarien, located in the northern central area of the Isle of Cuba in the Villa Clara province, until the present, the causeway extends only to Cayo Santa Maria, the newest proposal of Jardines Del Rey.
Beaches of fine white sands are seen along the islets and keys and Cuba Holidays makers are amazed by the bold shapes of the cliffs and behind these natural parapets, crystal-clear waters run from small coves where the sea bottoms can be seen. Lagging behind are Las Brujas Key with its airport for small- and medium- size aircrafts, as you can see all the conditions are settle to make of your holidays in Cuba a never ending dream. Another nice place is the sunken ship El Pascual with its concrete structure, aground since the 20th century, a revealing stop point over the waters.
Finally Santa Maria, the last of the three keys that the causeway connects. The key, measuring 13 km long and one or two km wide, exhibits a spectacular beach, extending a bit more of 11 km, and a hotel compound of 300 rooms, built following the standards of respect to Nature and integrated to the ecosystem.
In a first stage of the projects, the aim is to build 1,200 rooms. Specialists believe that in the whole area of the northern keys of Villa Clara, some 10,000 rooms can be built and the necessary infrastructure without damaging the environment that grants the exclusive seal to this site.
Cayo Guillermo: another example of the beauty of the Cuban keys.
Cayo Guillermo, located on the northeast of the neighbour key of Cayo Coco, extends over 13 km2 of which 5 km show beaches of impeccable cleanliness. The coral reef is at a very short swimming distance and as to the fauna; Cayo Guillermo is populated by land and water birds as flamingos, seagulls and pelicans.
Cayo Guillermo is much smaller in size than Cayo Coco. Although is also a very charming place for its impeccable nature and the view of pink flamingos that nest in its vicinities. Of calcareous origin, it barely is 13 square kilometres, but its littoral with 5km beaches make it highly recommended as a destination of your luxury holidays in Cuba. In fact one of its beaches El Pilar is classified among the best in the Cuban archipelago because of the width of its sand strip, the clean of its sea and the quietness.
The paradisiacal marine bottoms of this key, comparable with a giant aquarium, can be observed thanks to the existence of a scuba diving centre.
This islet has excellent hotels, artificial lakes, swimming pools, and all the entertainment and possible services to guarantee you an unforgettable Cuba holidays in an environment barely touched by the human presence.
Cayo Coco: the pioneer of the Cuban keys.
Situated on the north of the central-eastern province of Ciego de avila by the Old Channel of the Bahamas, Cayo Coco (Coconut Key) was given 22 km of beach and the necessary supply for subsistence by Nature.
The first ones to see these possibilities were the birds that migrate from North America to protect themselves from winter, fundamentally the flamingos. Regarding this specie, the pink ones have there the largest colony of the continent and their habitat is on the south of the island in areas of shallow waters. As human beings are more intelligent than animals, it is so common that in winter time all the Cuba Holidays makers travelled to the Cuban keys in order to run way from the cool temperatures of winter and get into the warm and delicious weather of this magic island.
Also white-feathered birds by the name of Coco (coconut) visit this site, honouring perhaps the exquisite meat of the fruit of coconut groves, abundant in this area. The overwhelming population of this bird made that this key were so named. Currently their presence is not that common.
Among the access ways to the key is a road on a 17-km causeway on Perros Bay, situated between the northern littoral of Moron municipality in Ciego de avila province and the key. The work was completed in 1988 and was crucial for the development of the tourist resort.
Cayo Coco has the best accommodations you will ever find in your Caribbean Holidays.
At the end of 2000, the first part of the international airport began its operation to receive large aircrafts and for this date, the port with the 62-m pier began its works which with the operation of the new first marina and the development of other facilities of this type, will enable the access of tourists to both, Cayo Coco as well as to its neighbour Cayo Guillermo and also to the rest of the keys of Jardines del Rey. As you can see, you can get to your Cuba Holidays on the keys using the mean of transportation that you like the most this is one example that at this place we really think about your preferences.
The hotel compounds were built following the standards of respect and preservation of natural environment. The buildings are not taller than three floors and their architectural design follow the same pattern of the Caribbean villages.
Jointly with the construction of rooms, the outside hotel infrastructures are also being built at the same pace as amusement parks, aquarium, food chains, and sport areas including land and water sports. What you would be lacking on the keys is time for spending your Caribbean holidays because of the huge vary of activities that you will like to do.
The perfect combination of luxury and nature are created to make of your Caribbean Holidays in Cuba the most remarkable event of your life.
An ecological park was open few years ago by the name of El Baga which extends over 20 hectares where Cuba Holidays makers can admire a representation of the flora and the fauna of this site.
The offer includes ecological trails fit to be toured on foot, on horseback or on horse-drawn carriages. Breeding centres of crocodiles, iguanas and Chelonia can be visited as well as the Cueva de los Murcielagos (Bats' Cave). A dolphin aquarium and an ecological restaurant are scheduled to be built there. If you love nature, you are on the right place to enjoy this summer holidays.
Over 2,600 rooms of 4- and 5-star hotels are operated by international chains among which are the Spanish Sol Melia, thus offering a first-quality service both in Cayo Coco as well as in Cayo Guillermo, also linked to a causeway that today reaches to Paredon Grande, still virgin as Cayo Romano toward east.
Crystal-clear waters and pure white sand of light texture distinguish this key, along with the villas and houses of Cayo Guillermo also one of the main points of tourism development in the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago. The perfect combination of luxury and nature are created to make of your Caribbean Holidays in Cuba the most remarkable event of your life.
The names of many hotels there built are associated with the celebrated American writer, Ernest Hemingway, due to his link with these sites. He lived in Cuba and was laureate with the Literature Nobel Prize.
We guarantee you an unforgettable luxury holidays in an environment barely altered by the human presence.
Cay Coco is tied to the terra firma by an auto way through the sea from Turiguano, north of Ciego de Avila, a location famous for its excellent rural landscape and lagoons where the fishing of the trout constitute its main attraction.
The beauty of this ancient spot inspired the Literature Nobel Prize, the North American writer Ernest Hemingway, his well-known book Isles in the Gulf.
Located across from the Old Bahamas Canal, with the happy lights of cruisers that cross it endlessly, these keys seem to be part of another world and you can be part of this magical world as soon as you start to spend your summer holidays in Cuba With a more integral offer, the Marlin Marina Cayo Coco offers ship hauls complemented with other facilities.
Cayo Coco, the fourth islet in length in Cuba, surpasses in length many countries in the world. This can give you an idea of the magnitude of this Caribbean paradise where the forests cover more than 70% of the territory and the beaches some of special interest like Coloradas, Jaula and of the Flamencos lie 22 kilometres along its littoral. It also has scuba diving centres comparable with giant aquariums, first class hotels where to accommodate, artificial lakes, swimming pools, and all the offers of entertainment and possible services to guarantee you an unforgettable luxury holidays in an environment barely altered by the human presence.
The keys have also a love story.
During your Cuba Holidays on the Cuban keys you will listening to a love story that it's a tradition among the ancient people of the region and that has passed from generation to generation as a legacy of love. A popular legend spins a yarn about the failed romance of a couple of heartbroken lovers that endured the anger of the girl's jealous uncle. That heart-wrenching story inspired locals to name the key Cayo Las Brujas (Witches Key), the first spot visitors get to on their way down the pedraplen.
The oldest locals have it that Don Pepe, regardless of his bad-tempered character, had managed to live in harmony with his neighbours and relatives until the day when the fisherman learned his beautiful niece had fallen in love. Since then, no time was good enough to prevent the young lovers from seeing each other. Trapped in despair, they resorted to wisdom and started spreading the word that the spot in the keys where they used to meet was haunted by witches and ghosts that roamed in the afternoon.
Everything was just fine for a while for the young couple. But one afternoon, she got lost in the middle of a storm and never made it to the rendezvous. Each and every piece of land and sea was searched thoroughly, to no avail. Don Pepe scoured the neighbouring keys in vain. There was nothing the fiance could do to soothe his desperation, so he tried to ease his sorrow with booze. However, people still insist that a mysterious shadow saunters on the sand every afternoon in Las Brujas (The Witches) Key, while out of Borracho (Drunken) Key, a man's cry for his missing lover is overheard.
Fantasy or reality, nobody who has ever visited that magic strip of land off the northern shore of Villa Clara stops getting dazzled by this natural paradise, safe haven of countless flora and wildlife species –some of them hailing exclusively from those keys- that also boasts nearly unexplored beaches fine enough to hold a candle to the ones found in Varadero. An aura of love, mystery and passion will protect your Caribbean Holidays on the Cuban keys.
These keys are home to a number of major hotel facilities
A 30-mile-long stony road –it grabbed the Alcantara Bridge Award to the Best Iberian-American Civil Work due to the harmonious combination of nature and engineering- hooks up the main island with the Santa Maria, Las Brujas and Ensenacho keys. The stony road's 46 bridges allow water exchange between both sides of the pathway, a reason why life has never stopped blooming there.
These keys are home to a number of major hotel facilities, such as Las Brujas Villas, the Sol Melia Cayo Santa Maria Hotel or the Occidental Royal Hideaway Ensenachos –the first and only five-star deluxe resort perched on a strip halfway between Ensenachos and El Megano beaches. The hotel also relies on a few extra-hotel facilities like golf courses, nautical bases and theme parks, let alone a small airfield that makes communication a whole lot easier. On this Cuba holidays you will realize that not only the waters of the Cuban keys are beautiful but also their sky so blue and clear, full of endemic birds and the whitest clouds you ever seen.
This unmatchable row of keys, which makes up what it is known as Jardines del Rey, harbours exclusive flora and wildlife species such as the Cuban rat squirrel, numerous molluscs, the skinner bird and several lizards. As far as flora is concerned, the keys are home to 248 species, broken down in 72 timber-yielding trees, 40 types of ornamental plants and 91 medicinal herbs and shrubs.
With so many attractions under their belts, and coupled with breathtaking beaches and abundant marine life for scuba diving buffs, the keys off Villa Clara's north shore have turned out to be the fastest-growing tourist destination in Cuba and of course, your favourite destination on this all inclusive holidays. The enhancement of the Occidental Royal Hideaway Ensenachos Hotel and the grand opening of Las Dunas Resort will step up growth even further.
The Occidental Royal Hideaway Spa & Resort Cayo Ensenachos your best accommodation option on this summer holidays.
The Occidental Royal Hideaway Spa & Resort Cayo Ensenachos is the only lodging facility perched on this unexplored islet. This all-inclusive, five-star grand deluxe hotel stands tall and peaceful, trapped in the surrounding natural environment. The official grand opening took place on June 1, 2006, making all of the hotel's products, conveniences and services available to all Cuba Holidays makers that arrive there.
The expression One Island, One Hotel conveys exactly the message that all of the hotel's facilities embrace each and every corner of Ensenachos Key, offering three well-marked products in its Royal Spa, Royal Hideaway and Royal Suites sectors.
Occidental Royal Hideaway is one of Occidental Hotels & Resorts' four brands, this one characterized by the all-inclusive and grand deluxe concepts. Cayo Ensenachos will be Occidental's second unlimited grand deluxe resort. The chain's forerunner –the Occidental Royal Hideaway Playacar- is located in Mexico's Playa del Carmen.
The beauty of its landscape together with the deluxe of its rooms will be the exact mix that you are looking for on this Caribbean Holidays.
The Occidental Royal Hideaway Cayo Ensenachos has 506 highly comfy rooms broken down in 440 standard accommodations, 20 duplex suites and 46 suites scattered in 23 villas outfitted with concierge service and other in-room customizations. Some 270 rooms are distributed in 14 two-story bungalows spruced up in colonial style and built around a central patio. The beauty of its landscape together with the deluxe of its rooms will be the exact mix that you are looking for on this Caribbean Holidays.
The hotel features a nautical centre, a 1,250-square-kilometer spa, a business centre, all-purpose halls, and a big theatre to seat as many as 500 people, countless MICE facilities, and a library. To top it all off, the lodging dishes out a wide array of services and counts on several a-la-carte restaurants. Some gourmet standouts are those serving Caribbean cuisine, macrobiotic food, vegetables, as well as Japanese and Italian food. Guests at the Royal Spa –those with 7-day stays or longer- will be entitled to enjoy a variety of specialized treatments, a hot-water pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, a gym, massage, pedicure and manicure services, and a whole lot more. Your Cuba holidays are guaranteed as this hotel was creates thinking on you.
The Occidental Royal Hideaway Ensenachos is less than a one-hour drive from the Santa Clara International Airport and only five minutes away from the domestic airfield on Las Brujas Key. It stands 385 kilometres from Havana and is linked to the main island through a rock-based paved road that runs some 48 kilometres on the sea and features 46 bridges. This major hotel –the building of this lodging took some 48,000 square meters of marble- boasts an exotic design and refined decor hemmed in by lush natural foliage and lavish gardens that make this hotel a genuine natural hideaway. Once again the slogan One Island, One Hotel makes good on this paradisiacal summer holidays.
Cayo Levisa (Levisa Key: the first wonder of your Cuba holidays.
Some 18 miles from La Palma, in the northern portion of Pinar del Rio, the wharf of Palma Rubia sees off boats that ferry you to Cayo Levisa, a key lying some three miles offshore. Bathed by the Caribbean Sea, this breathtaking piece of land harbours unexplored beaches of powder-thin sand will be available just for you on this luxury holidays in Cuba.
Within the huge diversity of species that inhabit the waters of Pinar del Rio, levisas (devil rays) are worth mentioning, the same critters the key has been named after. Once you are in Cayo Levisa as part of this package holidays in Cuba, you will have the opportunity of admiring the lavish tropical vegetation, ranging from coconut groves up in the north to heavy mangrove thickets along the southern shore, let alone the proximity of a gorgeous coral reef, give this place an abundance of ecosystems.
In addition, a good deal of sunken ships on the premises, plus legends of corsairs and pirates will make this Cuba holidays an event full of adventure and also makes the key a great site for scuba diving buffs. In all, Cayo Levisa provides 23 different diving sites.
Cayo Levisa: another option for your holidays in Cuba.
Standing north of the Pinar del Rio province as part of Los Colorados Archipelago- Cayo Levisa meets the eye effortlessly. A short boat ride from the Palma Rubia wharf takes sunbathers to this wonderful key in order to enjoy there the best Caribbean holidays of their life time.
Those who check in at a small but snug hotel perched on the key are definitely out in a quest for a coral beach and its nearby sea bottoms with their fifteen different scuba diving sites.
Massive formations of star-shaped and brain corals, sea fans, feathery critters and countless fish species such as snappers, barbers, red snappers, pikes and an assortment of shellfish like lobsters and prawns, are out there for everyone to see as a gift of this one of a kind summer holidays.
In a word, these are by far the new Gardens of Eden. That is what these keys are all about; places where exoticism and surprises have spurred up great interest in visitors who come here moved by the human need to unearth new things and live heart-throbbing emotions during their holidays in Cuba.
A place that is waiting for you to discover it on these holidays in Cuba
The key is completely uninhabited, however, you can stayed at more than 40 magnificent air-conditioned cabanas equipped with all you will need on this luxury holidays in Cuba such as : phones, pay-TV, a restaurant, a snack bar, a store, a diving and recreational centre, catamarans, kayaks, water bikes and rental service of snorkelling gear.
As a complement to a wonderful sensation of peace and relaxation, your all inclusive holidays in Cuba will organize tours to the coral reef and visits to nearby Paraiso Key, an absolutely unexplored islet that could make any angler's day. Others could still feel the presence of Nobel prize-winning writer Ernest Hemingway, who used to saunter this place during his holidays in Cuba.
Far from the rattling noise of the big cities, the whole package is rounded out with the presence of easygoing and smiling local residents who are capable of making even the most strained and weary Cuba Holidays makers put so much stress to rest.
It's hard to wake up from such a daydreaming session. Only the promise of a possible return can make it up for the pain tourists feel upon departure.
Close to Paradise on your Caribbean Holidays
Since the first waves of tourists started landing on Cayo Largo del Sur a quarter of a century ago, more and more Cuba Holidays makers put this key up to par with an earthly Eden.
The key's total surface of 23.3 square miles makes it the second-largest islet of the Canarreos Archipelago –one of Cuba's major groups of islands made up of 350 isles and keys. Some of the archipelago's other highlights are the Isle of Youth, Cayo del Rosario and Cayo Cantiles.
Lying 100 miles south of Havana, Cayo Largo affects an 18-mile-long strip of sand shared by Lindamar, Tortuga, Blanca, Los Cocos and Sirena beaches.
Cayo Largo del Sur, the heavenly option of your summer holidays on earth.
In the very center of the Caribbean, you can spend your Cuba Holidays finding a small part of heaven in earth. There you will see a 125 kilometer coastline of white sands, crystalline waters and virgin sea-beds, a unique landscape for your luxury holidays. Cayo Largo del Sur is one of Cuba's valuable treasures. It is located at 177 kilometers away from Havana, 170 from Varadero and 550 from Cancun. It is a charming place where you will stumble across caves, coral barriers and sandy valleys, where sponges, crustaceans and fish of all colors and shapes can be easily seen thanks to the crystal clear waters and experienced a Caribbean holiday with al your senses. This amazing part of Cuba is one of the golden choices for making true your dreamed Holidays in Cuba.
So many places to go on this all inclusive holidays on Cayo Largo Del Sur
From a beach called Sirena, considered on of the most beautiful of Cuba's beaches, Cuba Holidays makers have access to small islets surrounding it, which are attractions themselves: Cayo Rico, exceptional site of green waters and fine sand, a place you cannot missed on your summer holidays, Cayo Iguanas, a solitary and wild islet, dwelled by threatened harmless saurian, a place make for you if you like isolation while being on your holidays in Cuba; Cayo Rosario; Cayo Pajaro, a large rocky nest where ocean birds come over for breeding, a place where taking pictures is a must on your Caribbean holidays; Cayo Cantiles, inhabited by apes, and Cayo Sigua among others. In Cayo Largo del Sur the environment is virgin; the mixing of colors on the landscape is ideal for relaxation and joy and will make this all inclusive holidays an experience to remember. There you can also find rare species typical from Cuba, not only on the flora but also on the fauna.
The local wildlife lays bare the existence of colonies of turtles that still crawl ashore to spawn in the sand, coupled with seagulls, pelicans and other tropical species that decorate the landscapes. A similar praising goes to Cayo Largo's flora, consisting mostly of palmettos, bight berries and coconut palms.
An international marina makes scuba diving, yachting, kayaking, catamaran rides, snorkelling, fishing, marine tours and other nautical activities just a walk in the sun.
Considered to be one of the Cuba holiday maker's favorite destinations every year the numbers of persons that visit this place is increasing. Cayo Largo del Sur works on the basis of an all- inclusive package holidays, including services such as baby sitting, tennis, bike and horse riding among other offshore tours. While being on Christmas holidays at this amusing place, you can also rent mopeds, carriages drawn by animals and even light planes for short flights around the site. Discos and musical shows in terraces, ranches and pools are additional choices to enjoy while your Cuba holidays. At Cayo Largo del Sur you can also find not only the unique taste of the Cuba's traditional dishes but also the best of Cuba's cocktails, with the always well known and thanked presence of Havana Club rum.
The All Inclusive Island is there for you on your all inclusive holidays in Cuba.
Emerald-hued waters as a result of plentiful mollusc colonies lodged in the sea bottoms, havens of iguanas that eat from any visitor's hand, lovely oceanic birds that nestle next to the crags, and black-sand beaches –caused by the eroding power of water beating against marble rocks- piece together a natural spectacle close at hand for those who embark on a stroll around Rico, Iguana, Los Pajaros and Cantiles keys, as well as a grand tour on the Isle of Youth.
There lies Cayo Largo del Sur with its 16.7 miles of beaches and superb sea bottoms –pencilled in by National Geographic magazine as one of the best preserved on the planet. This key offers 33 scuba diving sites in the vicinity and gasping tours through mangrove thickets for bird watching. There are even facilities in the marinas to practice fishing or guided visits to the island or the neighbouring Rosario, Rico, Cantiles and Iguana keys.
The All Inclusive Island –as Cayo Largo del Sur has been nicknamed- is outfitted with more than a thousand accommodations scattered in comfortable villas and hotels next to some of the best-known beaches, like Paradiso, Lindamar, Blanca and Tortuga –named so for being the spot of choice for turtles to lay their eggs since its sand never gets too hot, no matter how strong might the sun beat down on it. Your paradisiacal Cuba Holidays are gong to be unforgettable on this enchanted place.
Now that you have known about the enchantment of Cuba's northern keys, you will like to live new episodes of this Cuba Holidays adventure. As a privileged Caribbean archipelago, Cuba's main island is surrounded by over 3,000 keys, islets and other islands, ranging from the Isle of Youth to the Romano, Coco and Cayo Largo keys, which draw a ring of unfathomable beauty, with rich flora and fauna and paradise beaches, around the largest insular territory.
Unknown Destination on this adventurous all inclusive holidays in Cuba
Not so long ago, Villa Clara was an almost unknown tourist destination merely visited by transiting groups that used to stay overnight to pay a visit to the Ernesto Che Guevara Mausoleum or just to take a look around some of the charms of this province in central Cuba. The making of the island nation's longest pedraplen (30.2 miles) –featuring a design that won the Alcantara Award in Spain- joined the small key with the Santa Maria, Ensenachos and Las Brujas keys, also in Jardines del Rey.
Santa Maria is an 8-mile-long strip of land of less than one and a half mile wide with a huge sandy slip running along the northern shore all the way down to a soft slope bathed by crystal-clear waters.
The region provides excellent conditions for archaeology buffs. If you are the kind of person who likes hoofing it around on this Christmas holidays in Cuba, then a visit to Caiman Grande Lighthouse, a tad of snorkelling to gaze at gorgeous sea bottoms, boat rides through countless canals meandering their way around the keys, or a peaceful stare at the surrounding landscapes will do the trick.
Nature is as happy as you are on this luxury holidays in Cuba.
Well-sheltered bays and gullies deep enough to accommodate future nautical centres and marinas next to the hotels are all there. The setting could not be any better for the practice of such water sports as sailing, windsurfing, high-sea fishing, speed racing and water skiing, just to name but a few of the water activities that are there for you on this spectacular summer holidays.
To the west side of the key, the underwater landscape is marked by rocky bottoms mingled with a coral reef that provides protection against gusting winds and prevents high tides from reaching out to the beaches of Santa Maria, Ensenachos and Las Brujas. The corals also provide shelter to scores of beautiful and motley underwater creatures that certainly bring happiness to shutterbugs and gazers alike. Diving on day or night on these amazing waters will be an experience that you will never forget of your Cuba Holidays.
As many as 248 plants and shrubs make up the region's rich flora with a wildlife reserve that covers a surface of 77,844 acres.
Snipes, pink flamingos, seagulls, corals, dogfish (hailing exclusively from these waters), molluscs, shellfish, mussels, iguanas used to human presence and lots of such other endemic species as Cayo Fragoso's tree-climbing musk rat and Santa Maria's blue gecko, are things worth taking a long glimpse at.
Cayo Ensenachos, another small key, also has some of the best beaches around. Located right behind Cayo Santa Maria, raging tides never reach the shore when the sea is choppy, so there is calmness everywhere all year long. So, if what you are looking for is to escape from every day rush and noise this will be the best option for your Caribbean Holidays as peace and calm is everywhere.
A few minutes aboard a ship takes trekkers from there to a small floating hotel: the San Pascual vessel that ran aground a mile off Cayo Frances back in 1933.
This relic of naval engineering –built in the San Francisco (California) shipyards- that made its maiden voyage in 1919 to carry molasses from Cuba, was refurbished and turned into a lodging facility with ten comfy cabins, a bar-restaurant combo and a peerless location to gawk at the nearby nature.
The San Pascual Hotel keeps memories of American writer Ernest Hemingway and Cuban painter Leopoldo Romanach, who found in the vessel's deck the inspiration for some of his marine landscapes.
Visiting Ciego de Avila on this Christmas Holidays in Cuba
Visiting Ciego de Avila on this Christmas Holidays in Cuba will let you know that it is the capital city of the province and it is located to a hundred kilometers of the keys. Their singular architecture conserves neoclassical columns, arcades and tiles. It converges in their center historical important places of historical-cultural value, among those that stand out the Main Theater, the park Jose Marti and the church of San Eugenio de Palma, saint of the city.
In the cities of Ciego de avila and Moron there are several hotels that guarantee the rest of all Cuba Holidays makers that arrive there, in the same way they offer a series of trips and optional tours inside of and outside of the province.
Knowing El Gallo de Moron on this Cuba Holidays
Pueblo Holandes de Turiguano: In the way toward Jardines Del Rey, there is this small but picturesque town. It was built at the beginning of the 60´s to give birth to a cattle community that today is priced with the success of the Santa Gertudris race.
Laguna La Redonda: In the road toward Cayo Coco there is a charming place that will be in your mind as a memory of this Caribbean Holidays in Cuba. Laguna La Redonda is considered one of the Cuban lakes with more trout on its waters that is why the International Trout Fishing Center is located there. It has also another attraction and this is the typical dish of the zone "el calentico".
Coto de caza Moron: In this place the doves of type rabiche and aliblancas are plentiful. The breathtaking beauty of Cuban fauna and flora will make your Cuba Holidays the most unforgettable event of your life.
Laguna de la Leche: It is located immediate to the city of Moron and it is the biggest reservoir of domestic fresh water, with almost a hundred million cubic meters. Only as part of your all inclusive holidays in Cuba you will know that it is name La Laguna de la Leche (The Milk Lagoon) due to the color that has acquired its waters with blowing of the wind when it removed the big concentrations of plaster and limestone of its funds. There is also a recreational natural park. In addition, this place has become natural refuge of thousands of pink flamingos. You can fish and sail in its waters or enjoy of the famous aquatic carnivals and the Grand Prix of formula T-1 boats that take place there.
Florencia: This area of impressive natural attractiveness is located on the eastern part of the province. It shows the Cuban countryside with their multiple traditions and their inhabitants' way of life. For those Cuba Holidays makers that love riding horses and the rodeo show this town is a must on their luxury holidays schedule.
Finca Oasis: It is to only twenty kilometres away from the capital of the province and it is a vast country landscape in which the fruit and the palms trees. A perfect place to live unforgettable days of this Caribbean Holidays while tasting the best of their typical food and drinks.
Loma de Cunagua: A height of 364 m transforms the place into an important visible natural monument that can be seen from almost the whole province. Covered by immense forests and a flora of natural values, it is very frequented for the bird's watchers that on their summer holidays like to discover the unknown. In these heights two paths exist for the observation of nature.
Marina Jucaro: It is located thirty two kilometers to the south of the capital and has all the necessary facilities for sailing, diving and fishing. For those Cuba Holidays makers who enjoy practicing multiple nautical activities there is a special hotel. In the Queen's Gardens, in the border of the insular platform there is a floating hotel "Villa Tortuga", while diving and fishing in its impressive coral reefs and amazing sea bottoms you will see a great variety of species.
The Wealth of the Cuban Keys
After Cuban keys have made of your Cuba Holidays the most memorable event of your live, we can bet without any hesitation that you are going to come back on your next Caribbean Holidays.
That is why you will reach to the conclusion that with a combination of lovely landscaping and environmental values, some of the keys' top beaches are Flamencos, Playa Larga and Las Coloradas in Cayo Coco; Pilar in Cayo Guillermo ; Los Pinos in Cayo Paredon Grande, Playa del Sol in Cayo Anton Chico and Playa Sirena in Cayo Largo del Sur. You would like to visit them all and to enjoy of the beauty of its fresh waters and white sands however, you are running out of time so be ready for planning your next Cuba Holidays.
On the other side, a magnificent frontal coral reef runs alongside the shoreline and embraces the whole outer edge around the keys and it is also waiting for you to dive on its bottoms. Coral reef strips stretch for as long as 12 miles with unmatchable conditions for snorkelling and diving enthusiasts with nearly three dozen scuba diving sites where abundance of motley marine life is the name of this summer holidays.
Nature has made the Cuban keys as the perfect place in earth while provide them with the best beaches, white sands. Breathtaking landscapes, wonderful sea bottoms, extraordinary flora and fauna of the planet. Besides, Man built there the best accommodations and services thinking on the most demanding expertises so, the rest it is up to you. All the conditions are created with the help of Nature and Man to make of this luxury holidays in Cuba the perfect combination you will need to feel like in a piece of heaven in earth.