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About  Memories Flamenco

Relish the beauty and tropical splendour of the Caribbean at Memories Flamenco Beach Resort in Jardines del Rey, Cuba. This remarkable Cayo Coco Hotel rests on a stunning white sand beach that is gently lapped by crystal clear, warm waters. Enveloped by tranquil gardens and lush green spaces, the impressive Memories Flamenco is the perfect all inclusive resort for families, couples, and singles seeking a deluxe Cuba vacation.

Escape to the tranquil oasis of Cayo Coco and delight in this amazing all inclusive resort in Cuba. An all-suite hotel, guests can enjoy well-appointed and spacious rooms featuring bright and vibrant colours, contemporary design, and traditional touches. With a wide selection of room categories that offer garden, pool, or ocean views, Memories Flamenco ensures a comfortable and relaxing retreat to please all budgets and tastes.

Enjoy fun for all ages at Memories Flamenco with an array of exciting activities and entertainment. Spend your day experiencing an assortment of land and water sports, lounge by the dazzling pool, bask on the gorgeous beach, or participate in organized group games and activities. Experience the culture and charm of Cuba with live entertainment and shows, or hideaway in romantic and intimate settings. Children will have the time of their lives at the Kids Club with supervised games and activities.

Sumptuous dining options will cater to all culinary pleasures and tastes. From causal open air beach grills to gourmet specialty restaurants, Memories Flamenco allows you to savour a medley of delicious cuisine.

Whether you are looking for a relaxing family vacation, an action packed adventure, or a romantic getaway, the all inclusive Memories Flamenco Beach Resort will enchant you in more ways than one and is sure to become a favourite.We have also completely redesigned our beach, adding metres of pristine beachfront for guests of all ages to enjoy. This change is the latest in a number of service upgrades designed to provide guests with a more enjoyable vacation experience.

Its modern decor and two levels pool with five-star services, will want you to return to this perfect place for those who want to explore an exclusive beach without giving up a comfortable lifestyle. Located at 17 km of Cayo Coco International Airport.

Rooms: 624 total, 612 Junior Suites, 12 Suites. Handicap facilities.

Restaurants and bars: 5 restaurants and 6 bars.

Ciego de Ávila

La Redonda Lagoon

This lagoon is located on the way to Cayo Coco and is navigable across its 4.5 km² surface. It boasts beautiful natural canals, flanked by a dense forest of mangroves. The International Trout Center is located in this lagoon, due to the fact that it is one of the largest reservoirs for this species on the Island. 

Ave de los Hoteles (final) Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila

Thalassotherapy Centre

This lagoon is located between Moron City and Jardines del Rey Tourist polo and is the largest natural reservoir in Cuba, with a surface area of 66 km2. It provides a haven for flamingos and a variety of other bird species as Tocororo, carpintero churroso, Mayito de Ciénaga, cernícalo, aura tiñosa, zunzún, martín pescador, falcón, gavilán del monte, and some migratory as huyuyo duck.

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.

Cayo Coco. Ciego de Avila

Parador la Silla

Just before you reach Cayo Coco along the causeway, this parador is an ideal spot for observing the important mangrove ecosystems, the habitat for numerous colonies of pink flamingos. Prime flamingo-watching season is April to November, when they congregate at the Laguna de los Flamencos.

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