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Cayo Paredon Grande (a.k.a. Cayo Paredon) has three beautiful beaches, the longest is Playa Los Pinos (5 km) stretches from North to South (Punta El barril). The second longest is Playa Los Lirios (4 km) facing West from Punta del Suroest up to Punta El Faro where the old lighthouse is located. The last one is Playa del Norte (1 km). It is the continuation of Playa Los Pinos (facing North). The south and west sector are composed of mangroves and lagoons in an area called Ensenada de Paredon. A paradise for mosquitoes!

These beaches are made of very fine white sand, with crystal-clear turquoise waters. A great place to relax under the sun or to walk. All beaches in Cuba are public, so access is unrestricted. The slope to enter the sea is very low, and the water is shallow due to its sand dune.

Playa del Norte, Cayo Paredon Grande, Cuba

Playa del Norte. A 1 km long beach facing North-East on the island of Cayo Paredon. Picture taken from the Faro Paredon in May 2014.

Playa los Lirios, Cayo Paredon Grande, Cuba

Playa Los Lirios. A 4 km long croissant beach facing North-West on the island of Cayo Paredon. Picture taken from the Faro Paredon in May 2014.

Playa los Pinos, Cayo Paredon Grande, Cuba

Playa Los Pinos. A gorgeous 5 km long beach facing East on the island of Cayo Paredon. Picture taken in May 2014 before construction.

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