Hotel Bravo Villa Coral Hotel lies directly along a beautiful white sandy beach, on the south coast of Cayo Largo. The all-inclusive resort is set amongst lush vegetation, framed between the white sandy beach and the blue of the sky and the sea, which offer the most relaxing atmosphere.
The resort has been completely renovated and it now offers a buffet restaurant, which serves the main meals and a Ranchon, a Poool bar and lobby bar which serve snacks, water, soft drinks, beer and local drinks at schedule times until midnight. And once a week a Cuban dinner is also organised by the entertainment team at the resort. From Villa Coral, the famous Playa Sirena is reachable with a short bus ride; a set menu lunch is available here.
The recently renovated rooms are divided in two sections, Villa Coral with 55 standard rooms for max. 2 people, and Villa Soledad section, with 16 superior rooms for min. 3 and max. 4 guests. Both sections formed by colourful villas which almost merge in the heavenly surrounding environment.
Watersports here include catamaran sailing, pedal boat and kayaks. Entertainment staff put their hearts into keeping guests amused with daily & evening activities. A major plus is the kids's club with playground and children's swimming pool.
Cayo Largo del Sur, also known simply as Cayo Largo, although only a relatively small 17 miles (27 Km) long island it is blessed with an almost continuous stretch of pretty beach, notably along its south coast. There are six beaches all of which will be able to satisfy your sun and sand lust: Playa Sirena, Playa Lindaman, Playa Blanca, Playa los Cocos, Playa Tortuga and Playa Luna.
But as if surrounding it with fine white sands was not enough. Cayo Largo was given the gift of being eternally caressed by clear and gentle water of incredible hues of blue. When you finally arrive in Cayo Largo you will be surprised to find a natural environment that practically has not changed at all since the world began.
There is an abundance of natural wildlife including iguanas and giant sea turtles. Close by is a small group of islets, the best known of which is Cayo Iguana. The protected coral reef around the island makes for good diving, the reef itself stretches for more than 30km and includes the rare and protected black coral.