Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.
RM2B03AY4Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.
Cuba, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
RMW2BPXRCuba, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
Cuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
RF2D973H5Cuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
Causeway to the Cayo Coco island, Jardines del Rey archipelago, Cuba
RM2C4B8NDCauseway to the Cayo Coco island, Jardines del Rey archipelago, Cuba
Cuba, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
RMW2BPXGCuba, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
Cuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
RF2D973HJCuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
Causeway to the Cayo Coco island, Jardines del Rey archipelago, Cuba
RM2C4B8M3Causeway to the Cayo Coco island, Jardines del Rey archipelago, Cuba
Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.
RM2B03AY2Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.
Cuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
RF2D9737KCuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.
RM2B03AY0Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.
Cuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
RF2D973B0Cuba, Ciego de Avila Province, Jardines del Rey, Ernest Hemingway statue on causeway linking Cayo Coco to Cayo Guillermo
Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.
RM2B03AY1Cayo Coco, used as a hideout by buccaneers in the early colonial period, was home to a small settlement of fishermen and charcoal producers until 1955, when the freshwater supply was exhausted and the market for charcoal ended with the spread of electrification after the Cuban Revolution. A causeway connecting the island to the Cuban mainland opened on 26 July 1988, and resort construction began.