Maria la Gorda is located in the western Cuban province of Pinar del Rio. It is most commonly associated with the nearby diving camp. A hotel, diving centre, tiny shop, sandy beach, and two restaurants make up the entire community. It is, however, a pleasant area to spend the night even if you are not a diver.
Jardines del Rey grew up between the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Buena Vista, and the Bay of Jiguey, on Cuba’s coral reef system. The reef, which is part of the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago, stretches over 200 kilometres (120 miles) from north to south.
Cayo Coco is home to the Jardines del Rey Airport. A causeway connecting Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo to mainland Cuba provides further access.
Cayo Granma is a small island in Santiago de Cuba’s bay that is home to fisherman and houses with red roofs. We’ll arrive by ferry and have a stroll about the hamlet before settling in for a low-key lunch at El Cayo, a waterfront restaurant with views of the harbour. Cayo Granma is a small island off the coast of Cuba. Cayo Granma, located at the mouth of the bay and measuring less than a quarter-mile across, offers a panoramic view of Santiago.