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Cayo Coco

Listed under Islands in Cuba.

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Coco Key is part of the daisy chain of islands called the 'Kings Gardens', and is mostly visited by people staying at the all inclusive luxury resorts. It's connected to the mainland by a man made causeway almost 30kms long, and by a natural causeway to Cayo Guillermo which is an uninhabited island of swamp and scrub that couldn't be more different from its sandy, palm tree lined neighbour. The beaches and the reefs off shore are Cayo Coco's natural assets.

Written by  Emilie Stokes.

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