Cayo Santa María, Villa Clara
Cayo Santa María lies at the western end of the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago, 25 km. west of Cayo Guillermo, in the ecosystem of Bahía de Buenavista, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. It is located in a setting rich with endemic species protected by a beach of incomparable beauty, with more than ten kilometers of fine white sand and a sea of varying shades of blue. The key is connected with the mainland by an impressive causeway called El Pedraplén, built across Bahía Buena Vista from the port of Caibarién, at a cost of 100 million pesos. This engineering marvel built between 1989 and 1999 is over 48 km. long and has 46 bridges. Your vacations in Cuba should include this site.