Cayo Largo is a wonderful destination for people wanting a place that has been well preserved for all aspects of tourism, including the beaches, the scuba diving, fishing and even bird watching.
There are more than 300 small islands in this area. The biggest and what some people call the "gem" is Cayo Largo del Sur, a long thin island about 17 miles long and four miles wide. Cayo Largo is paradise.
Prestigious specialized publications such as the National Geographic have said that the seabed near Cayo Largo del Sur is one of the best preserved on earth. The truth of which can be confirmed by diving at any of the 33 scuba-diving sites near the cay. Bird watching in its large mangrove swamps is also very rewarding.
There is an international free port facility for fishing; live aboard diving; and sailing around the islands, neighboring cays-Rosario, Rico, Cantiles and Iguana, and the Isle of Youth, where you can save time by flying from Vilo Acuņa International Airport. Dubbed "the All-Inclusive island," Cayo Largo del Sur now has more than 1000 rooms in inviting hotels and villas.
Cayo Largo del Sur has 27 km (nearly 17 miles) of fine white sandy beaches. Some of the seven beaches on this island are Paradiso (Paradise) and Lindamar (Pretty Sea) are very intimate; Blanca (White) Beach is protected by crags, and turtles come ashore to lay their eggs on Tortuga (Turtle) Beach. The sand on Sirena Beach never gets uncomfortably hot, no matter how strong the sun may be, and colonies of coral are easy to find near by at a depth of 35 m (115 feet).
Cuba's Cayo Largo's glittering white sands and gorgeous turquoise waters make this destination one of, if not the most romantic destination in the Caribbean. It has marine life, coral reefs, sunken ships and isolated beaches only minutes from the hotels. If you like sun, sand and sea....Cayo Largo is the only place to be.
Cayo Largo is very heavily booked, so advance reservations are suggested. Call us at 760-487-5212.
Some hotels you might consider staying at in Cayo Largo are Sol Cayo Largo and Sol Pelicano.