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  • Cuban Keys: Rosario Key

    Rosario Key, Cayo Largo. Cuba

    • Destination: Cayo Largo
    • Open: Daily
    • Address From: Cayo Largo del Sur, Archipielago de los Canarreos, Cuba
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  • Description Cuban Keys: Rosario Key, Cayo Largo. Cuba

    Cayo Rosario located to the west of Cayo Largo del Sur, it’s distinguished for the great quantity of fish that inhabits its seabed. It is an ideal place for the practice of the contemplative diving and the submarine picture.
    Cayo Rosario is uninhabited, except for iguanas. The bay is protected by a fantastic reef, with visible breakers, making for simple entrances and exits. The water is crystal clear, and home to huge lobster and crab. The long crescent of fine white sand beach was great for walking.

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  • Rosario Key is located in Cayo Largo
  • The Canarreos Archipelago is in the South Central region of the Cuban Archipelago. The gem of this group, which consists of around 300 cays, is Cayo Largo del Sur, one of the last virgin spots left on the planet. Here Nature was prodigal in beaches in its 17 miles (27 Km) of length.

    Prestigious specialized publications such as the National Geographic have said that the seabed near Cayo Largo del Sur is one of the best-preserved on earth-the truth of which can be confirmed by diving at any of the 33 scuba-diving sites near the cay. Bird watching in its large mangrove swamps is also very rewarding. Also offers facilities for fishing; living on board; and sailing around the islet

    Beaches:

    Cayo Largo del Sur has 27 km (nearly 17 miles) of fine white sandy beaches. Some of the seven beaches on this islet-such as Paradise and Pretty Sea are very intimate; White Beach is protected by crags, and turtles come ashore to lay their eggs on Turtle Beach. The sand on Siren Beach never gets uncomfortably hot, no matter how strong the sun may be, and colonies of coral are easy to find near it at a depth of 35 m (115 feet).