Situated off the north-west coast of Cuba, the island is reached by a 2.5-hour drive from Havana to Palma Rubia followed by a pleasant 30-minute ferry ride to the island's pier.
One side of the island is made up entirely of mangroves, whilst the side facing the Gulf of Mexico is blessed by a beautiful stretch of fine white sand and beautiful turquoise sea. Cayo Levisa is a national protected area to ensure its natural beauty remains unspoiled by mass tourism. This low key island resort is as far removed as possible from the 300+ room all-inclusive hotels of Varadero, Cayo Coco and Guardalavaca. The simple yet comfortable accommodations in the gardens and on the beach front.
This peaceful island retreat offers two restaurants, an open-air bar, sheltered outdoor seating area, beach snack bar, hammocks dotted along the beach, non-motorised water sports and a dive-centre. This area is a diving mecca with 23 dive sites right on the doorstep. For those seeking a secluded spot on the beach, there is plenty of space for everyone, venture further along the island and follow the footpath through the mangrove and wooded area and you will be rewarded with a beautiful expanse of deep wild beach where few people venture to. This beautiful little island offers everything you need for a total get away from it all experience.