Cuba

Cayo Santa María

Considered one of the most beautiful keys in the Cuban archipelago, Cayo Santa María is part of the group of small islands located on the northern coast of the Villa Clara province. It joins with the rest of the territory with a 28-mile-long road that crosses the sea and it is very close to the city of Remedios and the village of Caibarién. The territory has an exclusive diversity of flora and wildlife species and it was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.

Beaches

Beaches

The beaches in the northern keys compete in terms of beauty with the best in the country and in the whole Caribbean. Cayo Santa María, also known as the “White Rose of the King’s Gardens” has 6 miles of beaches, the most important of which are Perla Blanca, Las Caletas, Cañón and Cuatro Punta.

Leisure & Activities

The beaches in the northern keys compete in terms of beauty with the best in the country and in the whole Caribbean. Cayo Santa María, also known as the “White Rose of the King’s Gardens” has 6 miles of beaches, the most important of which are Perla Blanca, Las Caletas, Cañón and Cuatro Punta.

The area offers a never-ending list of leisure options. There is a scuba-diving centre and spectacular seabeds to discover and explore. Also, you can go on excursions on boats to discover the surrounding area and the nearby keys, such as Las Brujas, Ensenachos, Francés, Majá or Las Picúas among others.