Island

Cayo Santa María

11 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Omar
Omar
April 15, 2015
located in the Bahia de Buena Vista. Cayo Santa Maria is connected to the mainland by a 48 km (30 mi) causeway. Part of the UNESCO-recognized Buenavista Biosphere Reserve.
Dianelys
Dianelys
March 23, 2020
Conocido por la belleza de sus playas y deportes acuáticos
Daniel
Daniel
February 9, 2020
Conocida por la belleza de sus playas y deportes acuáticos
Walter Y Mabel
Walter Y Mabel
February 7, 2020
playa hermosa,virgen, hermosa,con un contraste natural que la hace especial y única.
Daylen
Daylen
January 30, 2020
Recomendamos este lugar ya que son las playas mas hermosas de Cuba y un lugar donde el entorno se hace obligatorio para su visita.

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