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Cayo Largo Del Sur

Listed under Tropical Island in Cuba.

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These clear waters, fine, pale sands and scallops of secluded coves are ideal for diving in and under and for playing on top of. There are several particularly lovely beaches on the island. Most of them are of the Caribbean ilk, in bright blues and pale sands, but the ones that haven't been named with are probably the most attractive. In the turtle season, these more virgin coves are where the turtles still come to lay their eggs, and they would have been the quiet coves the pirates and corsairs landed at when the islands in these parts had that kind of reputation.

Written by  Emilie Stokes.

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