Cayo Coco — Coco Key in English — is an island on the north coast of central Cuba known for its beaches and resorts. Quieter and less developed than Varadero, it’s the perfect, secluded spot for a romantic getaway.

Hotel Pullman

Hotel Pullman is one of the most sought-after beach fronts of Cayo Coco. The hotel is an all-inclusive, five-star resort that is situated in the middle of an ecological park, perfect for a quiet, private vacation. The resort has an adult-only section, offering junior suites, full suites and private villas. When staying in this section, all guests have access to complimentary WiFi and a 24-hour concierge service. The property offers eight restaurants, ten bars, seven pools and a 600-meter-long private, white sand beach.

Sunset Jeep Excursion

Take a jeep excursion and explore the nature, culture and history of central Cuba. The excursion will take you out of the resort to explore the city of Moron and its historical sites, and the beautiful beaches and coastline where you can enjoy the panoramic landscapes at sunset. The four-hour trip will allow you to see all the province has to offer and includes an alfresco dinner with traditional Cuban ingredients including lobster, shrimp, chicken and pork.

Laguna de Redonda

Located about 45 minutes from the resort area, Lake Redonda provides an opportunity to explore the natural landscape of central Cuba. Take speedboats across the lake and see lush mangroves along the banks. Nearby, Restaurant El Pescador serves fresh bass and trout caught daily from the lake.

Cueva Del Jabalí

If you feel like dancing and having a night on the town in Cayo Coco, Cueva de Jabali, an underground cave nightclub is the place. Think drinks, music, dancing and connecting with other tourists. The party goes from 10:30pm to 2:00am. The dance floor is spacious with room to dance the night away.

Book now, as travel partners are offering $1,200 per couple including taxes and fees for the four day long weekend in Cayo Coco.