For those looking for peace
tranquility, Cayo Santa Maria is a true paradise. A beach
of very fine and pearly sand, a sea with blue-green water
that seem as if it had been brushed by one of the best painters
The construction of a causeway over the
ocean connects the Caribbean territory, the northern part
of central Villa Clara, to Cayo Santa Maria - a very small
island, beyond the Great Island, 13 km in length and 2 km
in width. This causeway opened doors of Cayo Santa Maria
as a tourist destination. One will appreciate the diversity
of its flora and fauna and for the snorkeling fan, the underwater
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Opened in 2011, the Pueblo Las Dunas Village and entertainment center is the second of its type on Cayo Santa Maria after the acclaimed Pueblo La Estrella, which is a short distance away. Equally easy to access on the hop-on hop-off 1 CUC bus, the distances from your hotel are listed below. Prices at both Cayo Santa Maria Pueblos should be considered duty free, because they are excellent overall, including the numerous food courts and bars incorporated into each village. [...]
The Dolphinarium is located in Cayo Ensenachos which is about 30 km away from Cayo Santa Maria. The drive will help you to get to know the other island where multiple hotels are located. The Dolphin Show is a real treat for the whole family with over 20 dolphins doing stunning tricks along with sea lions competing for your attention. The Dolphin entertainment area is quite large at 900 m2 and offers 260 seats from which to watch the shows. [...]
The Catamaran Cruise from Cayo Santa Maria is sold at all hotel receptions and costs 79 CUC for adults and 36 CUC for children. A bus comes to collect you at your hotel and take you to the marina which is only 10 minutes away. The catamaran cruise is great fun and offers a fantastic experience as it visits neighboring islands, islets small keys. Dolphin's frequently join the boat and play in its frontal wake, quite a spectacle! The cruise [...]
Caibarien is small city with a population of 38,000 located at the start of the causeway between the mainland and Cayo Santa Maria. Since the city is just 48km from the island it's a popular day-trip and excursion destination. Primarily a fishing town it is also the main port for the province of Villa Clara. Caibarien was founded in 1832 from a map designed by Estraton Bauza. In 1878 the town already had stores, churches, schools and newspapers. Caibarien, [...]
The island of Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba has an area of 13 km²or 8 miles², one of the smallest in the Jardines del Rey Archipelago is under jurisdiction of the Villa Clara Province. Jardines del Rey are part of a collection of various islands on the north coast of Cuba. Cayo Santa Maria is 60km from Cuba's north coast city of Caibarien and getting to the island is via a causeway called the pedraplen. The journey takes about 50 [...]