The beaches are the most important resource of Jardines del Rey, with beautiful sea beds, peculiar bird species, unique natural formations and a whole universe of color.
Intimate and cozy, Coco Cay, Guillermo Cay, Antón Chico and Paredón Cay beaches make their natural beauties a total of 38 kilometers.
Beaches in Cayo Coco
Flamenco Beach: due to its unspoiled natural environment, it is considered one of the most beautiful in the keys. Its three kilometers in length are enough to be able to admire its beautiful sandy coastline and enjoy its transparent low waters. Very close to this beach there are three All Inclusive resorts, Meliá Jardines del Rey, Playa Paraíso and Memories Flamenco.
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Playa Larga: Near this wonderful paradise are located resorts such as Tryp Cayo Coco, Colonial Cayo Coco, Mojito Cayo Coco, with an all-inclusive system and quality services for everyone who visits these facilities.
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Las Coloradas Beach: Beautiful and available to practice any water sport or sunbathe. Very close to this beach are the five-star resort Pullman Cayo Coco and Meliá Cayo Coco. You can also visit the Cayo Coco Dolphinarium and enjoy bathing or interaction with these beautiful animals.
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La Jaula Beach: its crystal clear waters and its variety of flora and fauna, make this place a unique place, resorts such as Memories Caribe and Playa Coco are very close to this beach, as well as a Popular Camping base known as Campismo Cayo Coco.
(Picture taken from: https://www.facebook.com/MemoriesCaribeBeachResort)
Playa Prohibida: located in a natural context that was once wished to be inaccessible to guarantee its conservation, today it is a romantic refuge that amazes its visitors. It is accessed by a narrow road along the coast. It is ideal for lovers of ecotourism. On this beach, you can also enjoy a delicious seafood lunch at Ranchón Playa Prohibida.
Beaches in Cayo Guillermo
Playa Pilar: just a few kilometers from the resort area of Cayo Guillermo, Playa Pilar, with its warm turquoise waters and fine sand, is a paradisiacal vision that invites you to rest and enjoy yourself, guarded by the huge dunes of up to 15 meters, considered the largest in the insular Caribbean. Ideal for snorkeling, diving and other water sports, in one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world, which guarantees a spectacular view of the marine flora and fauna. This beach is a symbol of the natural treasures of Jardines del Rey and its name is inspired by Hemingway´s life. Near this beautiful beach is the 5-star Iberostar Playa Pilar resort.
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El Paso Beach: The longest beach in Cayo Guillermo, rewarded with a view of its resorts, Iberostar Daiquirí, Meliá Cayo Guillermo, and Sol Cayo Guillermo. It is a natural relic, not only for the beauty of its turquoise waters and fine sands or its proximity to one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world, in the area they reach 20 to 40 km of sustained winds, which create perfect waves for nautical sports.
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Playa del Medio: for lovers of diving, for its beautiful seabed, for those who need time alone to relax, as this is the most isolated beach, but without being too far from resorts such as Grand Muthu Cayo Guillermo, Grand Muthu Imperial.
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Beaches in Cayo Paredón Grande
Los Pinos Beach: with beautiful tropical landscapes and rich biodiversity, this beach stands out for its coral origin, fine sand, warm and transparent waters as well as few underwater slopes and gentle currents.
North Beach: it stands out for its virgin state, ideal for lovers of fly fishing, contemplative diving or those who like an excursion in direct contact with its flora and fauna.
(Diego Velázquez Lighthouse - Paredón Grande Key)