Cayo Levisa is an ideal place to practice nautical sports. From the crest of its waters emerge corals that are looked after by sailors and are a true privilege to snorkeling fans.
With the opening of 20 new cabañas, the room capacity of Cayo Levisa has increased. This islet located in the northern part of the province of Pinar del Rio offers visitors the pleasure of virgin landscapes and a fantastic marine fauna.
Virgin beaches extend for 3 km and offer 23 snorkeling points.
It is considered, with Maria la Gorda, one of the best places in the area for snorkeling.
Apart from enjoying the beaches of this cay, visitors to the most western province of Cuba will have access to many sites such as the Peninsula de Guanahacabibes, the Sierra del Rosario and the Paisaje Cultural de la Humanidad in Valle de Viñales that Unesco declared "World Biosphere Reserve".
With a surface of 132 km2 in the Sierra de los Organos, the Valle de Viñales, one of Cuba's best-known regions stands out by the impressing mountains of vertical hillsides and round tops covered with an abundant vegetation of mogotes. Also in the area are many caves and small interior rivers making it one of the most important speleological systems of the planet.
Occupying the eastern half of the Guaniguanico mountain range stands out the Sierra del Rosario with beautiful landscapes and attractive tourist points of interest such as Soroa and Las Terrazas.
La Cueva del Indio which is crossed by the San Juan river, the cave of Juan Miguel and the Santo Tomas with its system of caves - with more than 45 km of galleries buried in the close Sierra de Quenados, constitute sites of invaluable interest in a natural environment conceived for walking or trekking through eco-tourist paths.
The Sierra del Infierno is an agricultural community where tribute is paid to the healing properties of water.
In the Dos Hermanos Valley a huge painting, named the Mural de la Prehistoria,
was realized on the wall of a mogote.
Los Jazmines is a viewpoint offering a sight of the Valle de Viñales, a unique architectonic piece conceived to enjoy this natural eden.
The International Centro de Buceo of Maria la Gorda, located on the eastern side of the inlet in the Peninsula de Guanahacabibes, offers 54 diving points scattered along the extensive littoral. The largest quantity of the island's black coral, gorgonias and multiple sub-aquatic caves can be found in the area.