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About  Melia Jardines del Rey

At the Meliá Jardines del Rey you will find superb facilities and exquisite service. The beauty of the surroundings, the leisure options and the romantic atmosphere will make your holiday an unforgettable experience.

5 star All Inclusive hotel, ideal for families, weddings and honeymoons, meetings and events, scuba diving, fishing and bird watching
Boulevard with restaurants, handicraft stalls and entertainment
Children’s Club with a variety of recreational activities and unique attractions for youngsters
Rooms in bungalows with unbeatable views of the Caribbean Sea

Outstanding for its design concept of a sugar plantation combined with the main building built in a contemporary style and a boulevard that stretches from the lobby to the beach, where you can find the hotel’s main attractions: restaurants, activities, handicraft stalls and games, amongst others, the Meliá Jardines del Rey offers total comfort in the resort of Cayo Coco, a natural paradise.

 

Cayo Guillermo, Jardines del Rey, Ciego de Ávila

International Marina of Cayo Guillermo

The entry point for private yachts, it has a modern dolphinarium enabling you to swim and interact with its well-trained dolphins. The main amenities in town are recreational nautical activities, diving and El Bagá Natural Park.

Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila

El Bagá Natural Park

On the northwestern tip of Cayo Coco, El Bagá is a natural theme park where the visitor has a path that leads to the most native flora and fauna in the region, as well as aspects of traditional culture and various facets of the history and culture of Cuba, from the native inhabitants to the present day. Visitors will be able to watch populations of Bagá trees in their natural environment, covered by orchids and "curujey" and enjoy watching a large number of endemic species, including iguanas, hutias, tortoises, crocodiles, fish and turtles. They can also visit the Yanas forest, navigate along a canal covered by red mangrove on aboriginal-style canoes, tour an aboriginal village and enjoy rites and customs, as well as the evolution of habits and customs in the countryside, walk along a Spanish-colonial promenade from the 18th and 19th centuries, attend an Afro-Cuban ritual, as well as dances and festivals from the towns along Ciego de Avila's coastal region, and enjoy the interesting history of piracy on the Bucanero Galleon.

Playa Pilar, Cayo Guillermo, Ciego de Ávila

Pilar beach

Bordered by the tips of cliffs and sand dunes of around 15 meters high and almost one kilometer long. This beach owes its name to the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Ernest Hemingway, who was a regular visitor to the area on his boat Pilar. This is a beach with incredibly fine white sand and a warm blue-green waters.  Opposite Playa Pilar is the key of Media Luna, a wonderful option for diving and snorkeling.

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