About 17 kilometers of road (pedraplen) connect Cayo Coco with Morón, emblematic municipality of Ciego de Avila.
Considered the fourth island in extension among the group that forms the Greater Antilles, Cayo Coco is nowadays one of the main tourist destinations of sun and beach of the country.
With around 27 kilometers of beaches, visitors can find here, ideal options for water sports, kayaking, water bicycles, windsurfing and diving, one of the most outstanding activities of the place.
However, an installation stands out above the rest in this place, not only for the history that it encloses, but for the preference that continues enjoying with almost 24 years of founded.
It is the Colonial Hotel Cayo Coco, inaugurated on November 12, 1993 by the commander in chief Fidel Castro, who despite being the longest in this place, it shows the visitor a renewed product, while maintaining those attributes that confer it a unique stamp.
Its architecture with colonial themes and cobbled streets goes back in time, but with all the comfort that modernity offers. All Inclusive, the Colonial Hotel Cayo Coco is ideal for a family holiday or organized groups.
Its 458 rooms have additional facilities to satisfy guests’ requests such as satellite TV, individual air conditioning, safe with no extra charge, 220 volt line, telephone, refrigerator with water and towels for the pool.
Belonging to the Cubanacán tourist group, Colonial Cayo Coco has an architectural style typical of a Caribbean town and is distinguished by the beauty of its gardens and the peaceful atmosphere, ideal for seniors or for the romance of a honeymoon.
12 kilometers from the airport and bordered by a navigable natural lagoon, the establishment also has excellent conditions for diving thanks to its proximity to the second coral reef in the world.
For visit: Cayo Coco, Jardínes del Rey, Morón, Ciego de Avila, Cuba. (+53 33) 301301 (until 11). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org