Cayo Largo del Sur is one the largest of 300 keys and islets which comprise Los Canarreos Archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, off the southern coast of the Cuban mainland. Located 177 km south of Havana, Cayo Largo del Sur stretches along 15 miles (25 km) of beautiful beaches with warm and crystal-clear waters. One of them, Sirena Beach, has oolitic sand which always remains cool, no matter how strong the sun. There are more than 200 sunken ships in the surrounding waters, dating from between the 16th and the 18th centuries. According to the legend, some of Henry Morgan's treasure is still buried in the area. Tainos Indians lived here 800 years ago.
This place is also home to 350 iguanas, chelonian, pelicans, parrots, and herons. The sea contains colourful and varied fauna, as well as a 19 mile coral reef where different kinds of black coral can be seen in less than 35 m of water. A diversified flora characterized by coastal vegetation and four species of mangroves decorate the old dunes and beaches.
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