CAYO SANTA MARÍA: A DREAM COME TRUE
Considered one of the most beautiful cays in the Cuban archipelago, Cayo Santa María is part of a group of small islands located on the northern coast of the province of Villa Clara. It’s linked to the rest of the territory by a 45 km long causeway over the sea (pedraplen) which crosses different cays such as Cayo Ensenachos before reaching Cayo Santa Maria and it’s very close to the city of Remedios and the town of Caibarién. The territory has a wide diversity of plant and wildlife species and has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The area offers endless leisure options. There’s a diving center and spectacular seabed to discover and explore. In addition, boat excursions are available to explore the surrounding area and neighboring cays, such as Cayo Las Brujas, Cayo Ensenachos, Cayo Francés, Cayo Majá or Cayo Las Picúas.
- Mon 15 25º / 32º
- Mar 16 25º / 32º
- Wed 17 27º / 31º
ABOUT CAYO SANTA MARÍA
The Valentin Perla Blanca offers water sports such as sailing, kayaking and pedal boats for a purely Caribbean experience.
One of the attractions offered by Cuba is undoubtedly the quality of its hotel shows, which are composed of professional dancers who are every bit as good as other international shows.
The beaches of Cayo Santa Maria compete in beauty with the best in the country, the Caribbean and even the best beaches in the world. Cayo Santa María, also known as "the White Rose of the King's Gardens", has 10 kilometers of beaches including Perla Blanca, Las Caletas, Cañón and Cuatro Punta.