Jardines del Rey

Jardines del Rey is a collection of archipelagos consisting of around 400 small keys, the most important ones being Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo.

These stunning keys, with their powder white sands and crystal waters, are perfect for getting away from it all. They are also home to a protected biosphere reserve and a variety of different bird species

How to get there ??

There are daily domestic flights between Havana and Cayo Coco/Cayo Santa Maria (Cayo Las Brujas) or we can arrange a road transfer which takes you across a 16km specially constructed causeway. To reach Cayo Guillermo, you need to fly to Cayo Coco. 

Cayo Santa Maria

is located on the Western end of the Archipielago de Sabana Camaguey providing 14km of white sandy beaches. Between 1989 and 1996, a 48km causeway called 'El Pedraplen' was constructed across the Bahia Buena Vista from the port of Caibarien. Paving was completed in 1999, just when Las Brujas Airport was built on Cayo Las Brujas.

Cayo Coco

is a coral key of 230sq km that lies to the north of Cuba's mainland. It is blessed by nearly 22km of beautiful, unspoilt sandy white beaches which are awash with crystal clear waters. The island boasts a rich natural habitat and provides a wildlife refuge for many animals including deer and wild pigs. It is also home to Cuba's largest colony of flamingos, which can be seen flying overhead at sunrise and sunset during June and July. There are hundreds of other bird species here including herons, humming birds, ibis, egrets and not forgetting the huge numbers of migratory birds.

Cayo Guillermo is a small, quiet island which covers an area of 20sq km and is particulary good for deep sea fishing. It is the smaller key neighbour of Cayo Coco, with the two islands connected by a bridge.This key was known as one of Ernest Hemingway's favourite fishing haunts along with El Pilar beach (notable for its dunes) which was named after Ernest Hemingway's yacht.

 

 

Resorts in Jardines del Rey

Cayo Coco

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Cayo Ensenachos

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Cayo Guillermo

Cayo Guillermo is much smaller cay neighborough Cayo Coco, covering an area of 12 square miles and is particularly good for deep sea fishing. Indeed it was one of Ernest Hemingway’s favourite fi...

Cayo Las Brujas

Located in central Cuba you can find this beautiful Cuban beach about one hour drive from Santa Clara. Beach, fauna and flora coexist in perfect harmony in this unspoilt environment. Several kilo...

Cayo Santa Maria

Cayo Santa Maria is at the western end of the Archipielago de Sabana-Camaguey and it counts with 14 kilometres of white beaches.  Between 1989 and 1996, 48km causeway called El Pedraplen was...