Hotel Cayo Levisa is the only accomodation on the island. We stayed here in April 2011. There is a row of bungalows right on the beach, behind these a row of junior suite bungalows (most of the time booked by travel agencies) and then a row of 2 stories appartments.
We had a bungalow on the beach, big room with king size bed, bathroom with 2 showers,and a beautiful veranda.
When the day trippers leave at 17:00, quiet and peaceful. Wonderfull sunsets.
Beach footbal, salsa lessons, massage.
The 'cabanas' on Cayo Levisa are the only place to stay on the island so book before you leave as they get booked up. They are owned by the bar/restaurant that you come accross once you've landed & walked down the jetty. Try & stay in one of the newer ones which are very comfortable as the older ones are very musty smelling! They are lovely though and nothing beats waking up on the edge of such a beautiful beach. The food in the resturant is pretty dire but no worse than anywhere else in Cuba! There is a friendly bar that stays open late where everyone drinks copius amounts of rum. The hotel organise quite a few trips. We did the snorkelling trip out to the black coral reef just off the island. Having never snorkelled over a reef before I can't really say how it compares to others but I loved it!! Saw loads of fish & they give you a decent amount of time there. You can hire equipment from the owners.
The beach is amazing. Be sure to walk up to the far end of the island for the pure virgin beaches. This is peace & quiet at it's best! There is a very sweet tame pelican that loves hanging out the jetty.
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