Jardines del Rey, is a group of cays, islands and isles that were baptized by the Spaniards between 1513 and 1514 to pay tribute to king Fernando the Catholic.
Coco Cay and Guillermo Cay –two of the most important ones – are natural sceneries for water sports and recreation, with beaches protected by coral reeves and abundant forest vegetation that shelters a diverse fauna, with a prevailing presence of pink flamencos.
Jardines del Rey is perched to the north of Ciego de Avila province, which is in the eastern-center of Cuba, between Sancti Spiritus (west) and Camagüey (east).
How to get there?
You can fly to its cutting-edge international airport, but Jardines del Rey is also connected by domestic flights from the main tourism destinations on the island.
A 17-km-long divided highway connects Coco Cay with the national highway network. Cays Coco, Guillermo and Paredon Grande are linked by a road network that facilitates the direct communication between the isles.
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