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This is the group of keys, islands and islets baptized by Spaniards between 1513 and 1514 as Jardines del Rey, to honor Fernando the Catholic.
Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo, two of the most noted, are great sceneries to practice water sports, to dive or to swim in its crystal clear water beaches. The vegetation there is also abundant and lots of flamingos can be seen.
From the very keys; the visitor can design its own trip. For such purpose, it features diverse tours that allow the visitors to move on foot or by coach all over the area and have excursions.
Beaches are the main reason to get into the wonderful universe of Jardines del Rey: cozy, elegant, intimate, are some of the adjectives that describe this site.
Jardines del Rey features a modern hotel infrastructure with hotels rated 5 and 4 stars, and under the all inclusive system. Wide range of entertainment offers. Also in Ciego de Ávila and Morón several hotels guarantee a peaceful rest. There are also excursions available inside and outside the province.
Cayo Coco and Guillermo are located North of Ciego de Ávila, between Sancti Spíritus and Camagüey.
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