Key

Cayo Santa María

As to the sea bottom, west of Cayo Santa María the combination of a rocky seabed with coral reefs lessens the impact of the wind, keeps the beaches from heavy waves and acts as a shelter for dozens of exceedingly beautiful species, making it and ideal site for diving and submarine photography.

Cayo Levisa

Cayo Levisa (Levisa Key) is one of the hundred uninhabited keys that form the archipelago of Los Colorados, near the north coast of Cuba’s western end. An outcrop of the coral barrier, Levisa Key is about 75 kilometers off the coast of Pinar del Río