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Cayo Levisa in Pinar Del Rio
About 52 kilometres on from the Vinales Valley, off the northwest coast of Cuba, lies a cluster of tiny islands enveloped by thick jungles of tropical mangrove and bordered by fabulous white beaches. Most idyllic amongst these is Cayo Levisa, where the virgin sands look out across the nearby coral reef and the daily grind has quite simply never been invented. The island is accessible only by a twice daily boat from the mainland.
The bungalows are simple and built with local materials, but all have air conditioning and private bathrooms. Set on the beach and sharing the surroundings with only a few other people the atmosphere is, to say the least, peaceful. The outdoor bar is the popular focal point especially after diving or in the evenings, and the friendly barmen keep the cocktails and Cuban music flowing.
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Feedback and reviews
Beautiful hotel and location, staff were generally friendly and helpful. Everything was extra if you wanted to book the pedaloes, the hobicat and any of the trip like snorkling or scuba diving were expensive per person, so that paying for 4 in our family became really expensive. The food was the big disappointment, as they had a running buffet which was always the same fare, breakfast, lunch and dinner, with very little variation. J.M in August 2009
Our second stop was Cayo Levisa, a perfect, tranquil, beautiful place to rest for a few days. H.R. in September 2008