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Marina Cayo Largo

The Marina Cayo Largo del Sur (formerly Marina Puerto Sol) is located in the village (see picture), at the north-east of the island.

This is the departure place for the excursions to surrounding islets, catamaran cruises, diving and snorkeling excursions to the coral reef, fishing excursions, etc.

IIMPORTANT !!! Do not forget the voucher the tour-operator representative gave you while booking. It is mandatory to join the group, and you might refuse onboard without the voucher!

If you see « Pire » at the marina, greet him on behalf of Lily and Normand. He works at the marina for a very long time and he speaks English very well. We always have fun with him.

To contact the marina ...

  • Phone: (53 45) 248213 & 248133
  • Fax: (53 45) 248212 & 248133
  • Email: comercial@marlin.cls.tur.cu

  • Click to see a satellite photo of the village of Cayo Largo. It will be easier for you to identify these places during your next trip to the village. It is good option to rent a scooter for a day and then visit the island, a day is enough to see.


    Services at the marina ...

  • The dive center (this is not a PADI center)
  • Excursion desk
  • Taberna del Pirata (bar)
  • The chalets of the marina « Villa Marina »
  • Laundry
  • Small grocery store
  • Click HERE to access the site of our photo albums of Cayo Largo.

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