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To the south, the Bay of Jiguey separates it from the main island of Cuba. To the north it is bordered by the Old Bahamas Channel of the Atlantic Ocean. At the northwest corner is Cayo Paredon Grande, which has an old lighthouse. Cayo Megano Grande, Cayo Cruz as well as many reefs are developed on the northern shore. Cayo Coco is located to the north-west, and Cayo Guajaba to the south-east.
A road runs from Cayo Coco, across Cayo Romano to Cayo Paredon Grande. However, the bridge from Cayo Coco is not suitable for all vehicles.
The island of Cayo Romano was transferred to American Sugar Refining Company in 1921 by Manuel A. Cadenas y Aguilera. The Cadenas family was well known in Camaguey society since the many years of upheaval and rebellion against Spain that occurred during many tumultuous years in Cuba history before 1900.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on September 19, 2011. Retrieved September 30, 2011.
- Map of Camagüey Province showing municipal territories (05 is Nuevitas, 02 is Esemeralda)
- Sainsburg, Brendan, Cuba Lonely Planet Guide 2009, p. 247
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