Average 12 hour flight
Time difference -5 hour(s)
Average temperature 24°C
In need of an extra special escape? Cayo Coco (also known as The Keys) is the ultimate tropical retreat, and it is the fourth largest island of Cuba.The island is famed for its stunning natural landscape, from idyllic coral reefs and crystal clear waters to dazzling lagoons. From long days spent lazing on a private beach to exploring the scenery, the tranquility of Cayo Coco will provide the perfect backdrop. Palm trees decorate the long sandy stretches of coastline, of which the longest is Cayo Santa Maria. Catch the sunset (or sunrise) here, and toast to your dream holiday.
The dreamy selection of places to stay in Cayo Coco will leave you truly spoilt for choice, with many boasting a prime location nestled along the seafront. Unwind in style at your resort of choice, from the moment you arrive you’ll be catered to with all inclusive options. We guarantee amazing value for your budget and we have over 37 years of experience in doing exactly this, and we’ve got those essential finishing touches covered. From sea view rooms to fine dining, Hays Travel will ensure that all of your requirements are fulfilled, making for a memorable stay on the island.
There’s no denying that Cayo Coco is a haven for couples. It’s the perfect choice for laid-back luxury which also makes it a hotspot for honeymoons, where better could you destress from months of wedding planning than in your very own haven? It also draws in many solo travellers who are simply looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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Spending long sunshine filled days in Cayo Coco is the norm, but if you’re keen to explore then there are some vibrant options to consider. Immerse yourself in nature and go snorkelling at Cayo Media Luna, head to the island’s wildlife hub, the El Baga Natural Park, or take a jeep through the luscious green spaces on the island — and keep an eye out for the islands’ flamingo residents.
Of course, you’re in close reach of mainland Cuba and many visitors to Cayo Coco choose to take a day trip across and see the sights.
Traditional Cuban meals are proudly served in Cayo Coco, and it’ll be a great opportunity to try something new. Roasted, shredded or stewed meat served with root vegetables is the base of many specialities. Plantain is also popular in Cuba, and the traditional dish tostones is made of pan-fried slices, a street food staple on the island along with empanadas and churros for a sweet treat. Cuban rum will likely be your evening tipple, and it will be effortlessly blended into a range of tempting concoctions — from sharp, lime packed mojitos to many fruity variants of the classic daiquiri.