GUIDE OF KEY LEVISA
Cayo Levisa (Key Levisa),
located on the north coast of Pinar del Rio is one of the most idyllic places of many important natural destinations that abound in the country. This small island, barely 2,5 km2
extension was discovered by Ernest Hemingway
when, in the early forties of the last century, this established a fishing camp on Cayo Paraiso, located about 10 km to the east.
Since then, hundreds of tourists flock to this place, seduced by the beauty of its surroundings, recognized for its dense mangroves and its remarkable variety of seabirds. When meeting 2 km
from the mainland, you get him through a vessel that, from their point of departure in Palma Rubia
says idyllic journey with the bright sun of Cuba and its blue waters of multiple hues.
The main attraction of Cayo Levisa is its magnificent beach, ranked one of the best in the area for the warmth of its waters and its 2.500 m
of fine white sand.
The diving and snorkeling are in their coral reef, about 2.000 m from the coast,
not only one of the largest in the world, but one of the most beautiful seascapes of the Caribbean. It is well preserved coral formations, populated by a large colony of starfish and sea fans, which astonishes by the varied and abundant marine wildlife hosts.