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Playa Paraiso (west beaches)

This beach well deserves its name of « paradise beach ». This is a secluded beach with glittering white sands and gorgeous turquoise waters.

At Playa Paraiso, the sea is very calm and shallow. As the beach of the hotels is very changing, most people go to Playa Paraiso or Playa Sirena to enjoy calm water to swim or simply relax on the beach.

Please note that there are beach umbrellas in Playa Paraiso and not much natural shade. There is a bar with a shaded terrace. You need to pay for your drinks and foods, because this bar is not a part of your all-inclusive package.

As this beach is quite popular, naturists prefer not to stay in front of the bar, but rather in east sector (towards Playa Punta mal Tiempo). You may bring your umbrella in this area.

Italians prefer Playa Sirena for the nautical center.


Bar Playa Paraiso

Barman Playa ParaisoEl grupo Dominica at Playa ParaisoCocktails: 3 CUC
Cristal (blond) and Bucanero (dark): 1.50 CUC
Juice: 1 CUC and Coke: 1.50 CUC
Sandwich: 3.50 CUC

Open from 9H00 to 17H00 everyday

Transportation from the hotels to Playa Paraiso and Playa Sirena

The lovely beach of Playa Paraiso

Hobby Cat from the nautical center in Playa Sirena

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To go to Playa Paraiso...

  • By the beach (by foot):
    1½ hrs from the hotels.
    15 mins from Punta mal Tiempo.
  • Shuttle bus:
    A free shuttle leaves the hotels several times a day, it takes approximately 20 minutes to reach Playa Paraiso. Visit the section Transport of our website to know more about transportation in Cayo Largo.
  • Taxi: Do not forget to tell the driver your return hour and the total price (round trip) BEFORE you enter the taxi.
  • Scooter: There is a sandy road accessible from the main road near the entrance of the Sol Pelicano hotel. Always be careful in scooter because the road is sometimes slippery. Many persons got injured in scooter at Cayo Largo.
  • Bicycle: It is not recommended to go there by bicycle for two reasons: the sandy trail and the poor condition of the bikes.
  • Beaches Cayo Largo ...

  • Playa Sirena
  • Playa Paraiso
  • Punta mal Tiempo
  • Playa Lindamar
  • Blanca, Cocos & Tortuga
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