Cayo Largo is one of the last virgin spots left on the planet. Here, nature was generous with her gifts: beaches, beaches and more beaches (over 27 Km/17 miles) in length.
The underwater scenery is incredible around the coral reefs that link the chain of islets around Cayo Largo. You will find all your favorite water sports on this Island (divers will be amazed by the explosion of color in this underwater world).
In total, there are eight hotels on the island. Seven of the eight hotels are part of the Gran Caribe chain (Hotel Pelicano, Villa Lindamar, Villa Soledad, Villa Coral, Complejo Isla Del Sur, Villa Iguana and Villa Capricho). Reservations for all the properties are centralized at the Complejo Isla del Sur (except for the Hotel Pelicano, who has their own reservations). What's extra nice about the complex is that guests at any one of the seven properties are able to use the facilities at any of the other hotels (including bars, restaurants, facilities and activities).
There is also the new Sol Club Cayo Largo, owned by the large Spanish resort operator Sol Melia, which opened in November of 2000. Like all of the hotels on this idyllic island, it is oceanfront, and too impressive for words.