Jardines del Rey, a destination of excellence and exuberant beauty in the keys north of Cuba...

To the north of the central region of Cuba it is spread, embraced by a barrier of coral reefs, considered among the most important of the planet along with the Great Australian Barrier and the Great Mesoamerican Reef, a strip of 465 km that counts on around 2517 keys and islands that represent 60% of the Cuban cays and known as "Jardines del Rey", name that was given during the Spanish colonization by Diego Velazquez de Cuellar in 1514 in honor of his dazzling natural beauty and the King of Spain, Fernando the Catholic, according to the chroniclers of the time.

In some of these keys there has been a great tourist development and is currently considered the third destination in Cuba, after Havana and Varadero.

These destinations are linked to the mainland through the so-called "pedraplenes", true paths on the sea that measure tens of kilometers and that have been built by the accumulation of materials in these shallow bays.

The longest of the “pedraplenes” extends for 48 kilometers between Caibarién, on the mainland, and Cayo Santa María, and that obtained the "Puente de Alcántara International Award" in the VII Edition (1998-2000), destined to recognize and reward, within the Ibero-American sphere, to public works that gather greater cultural, technological, functional and social importance, taking into account also the technical and aesthetic quality and the perfection achieved in the execution of their project.

The great attraction of the Cayeria Norte lies in its relaxed atmosphere and its beautiful and contrasting nature, touring the northern keys is to enter a labyrinth of land, sea and spectacular beaches that together with the nautical activities that you can have are the main objectives of the visitors.

In the north of Villa Clara, the Ensenachos, Brujas and Santa Maria Keys stand out, further east and also connected to the mainland by a “pedraplen” are Cayos Coco and Guillermo, where the largest colony of pink flamingos is found, a real spectacle within reach of the cameras of all who visit this area.

The destination of Cayo Santa María has 9.845 rooms and Cayos Coco and Guillermo with 8.820 rooms of category 4 and 5 stars all operate under the all-inclusive regime and are ready to satisfy the most demanding tastes by providing an excellent service.

Chains such as Melia Hotels, Iberostar, Blue Diamond, Pestana, Banyan Tree, H10 Hotels among others, have opted for a high hotel development in the keys of Cuba.
In addition, it has all the facilities and associated infrastructure to organize any type of programs for groups and individuals by the hand of Solways Cuba.

For more information, please contact Mrs. Olga Sanchez Urrutia at cuba@euromic.com