Cayo Santa Maria
Be seduced by the welcoming white sanded shores of Cayo Santa Maria, the alluring coastline will not disappoint. A perfect place to unwind or an ideal detour from the enigmatic capital city of Havana
If you are seeking refuge from the draining demands of your western lifestyle, stumble further afield and uncover the faraway haven that is Cayo Santa Maria. Its tropical charms enchant the few frenzied travellers; permitting them to pretend that they are castaway from the perpetual wants of the world.
Although seemingly isolated, Cayo Santa Maria is connected to the main island of Cuba. From the mainland, journey north along the impressive causeway, for 56kms; it will weave its way, passing beautiful scenery, home to flamingos and other wildlife, and lead you to the naturally beautiful Cayo Santa Maria, endorsed by UNESCO.
Be seduced by the welcoming white sanded shores of Cayo Santa Maria, the alluring coastline will not disappoint. Bask in the splendour, allow the comforting radiance of the sun to relax you and swim in shimmering azure waters. Dive into the depths and explore the diverse coral reefs or explore the forests and mangroves on the southern part of the island, if more tropical adventures appeal.
Part of the Jardines Del Rey, the King’s gardens, a term used to describe a selective collection of beautiful islands, this attractive, tranquil island will bewitch you; it offers a perfect place to unwind or an ideal detour from the enigmatic capital city of Havana. Cayo Santa Maria is also close to Remedio, Santa Clara, Escambray Mountains and Trinidad.