Over flown by fisher hawks, wild ducks and flamingos, runs the fabulously scenic 48 km long and 46 bridges causeway that links Cayo Santa Maria with the peaceful and picturesque villages of Remedios and Caibarién in the mainland, following Cayo Las Brujas, crossing on its way through pristine waters and leaping from tiny cay to tiny cay, within the Bahía de Buenavista ecosystem (declared by UNESCO as a “Biosphere Reserve”).
The key boasts more than ten kilometers of fine pearly sands shelving into a scenic lagoon with a coral reef beyond and a sea that spells the vacationer with an exhilarating rhapsody of blues.
The causeway connects Cayo Santa María with other surrounding islets, such as Ensenachos, Cobos, Majá, Fragoso, Francés, Las Picúas y Español de Adentro, among others, and the system of channels within the cays forms an aquatic labyrinth of particular beauty and interest for the lovers of either quietness or adventure in contact with nature.
This compound of about 720 km2 of islands, coastal mangrove woods, pristine beaches and coral reefs is also the shelter for many species of flora and fauna. Virgin life can be found everywhere, conferring the region a particular touch of naive essential beauty and charm.
Ideal for relaxation, snorkeling, fishing, nautical sports and more, this spot is indeed a great choice for people of all ages.
Families, couples, and friends will find in this destination a great alternative to share their time off.
Kids will love such an environment. Nice for your summer vacation and many vacations to come.