Hotel Sol Melia – Cayo Coco, Cuba

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Cayo Coco is a small island linked with Cuba by a 17km man-made road over the sea, and on Cayo Coco sits the Sol Melia Resort, occupying a white sand beach bordered by palm trees, just 1km from the reef. Local fishing guides are available at reasonable rates but the great thing about this hotel is that it’s one of the few places in Cuba where DIY fishing is possible. That makes it great for those on a budget or travelling with a non-fishing spouse and only able to grab the odd day here and there.





The fishing

Guides are available in the area who will take you to the nearby flats of Cayo Paredon. There are good numbers of bonefish, permit and tarpon and the cost is excellent – local guides charge about $100-$150 for wade fishing. Alternatively, DIY fishing is an option, but recently there have been increasing reports of unguided fishermen being asked in no uncertain terms to cease and desist by the local authorities. It’s worth asking around, getting the lay of the land, before you wet a line.

Lodging & facilities

Hotel Sol Melia comprises 250 rooms distributed in 53 two-storied bungalows: 168 standard rooms, 62 superior double rooms on the lagoon, eight junior suites and 12 suites with separate lounge. All feature a balcony/terrace, bathroom with hair-dryer, air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, fridge and safe.

Other services include swimming-pool, entertainment programme for adults, extensive sport and watersport facilities, gym and steam bath.


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