Cayo Santa Maria

Quick Facts:

Location – 

Cayo Santa Maria is a small island on the North side of Cuba, it is connected to the main land by a causeway. The island is only 16 km long and 2 km wide.

Weather –

Average day time temperatures range between 22 and 30 degrees Celsius. There are two seasons, dry season and wet season. Dry season runs from November – April and wet or rainy season runs from May through October.

Getting around –

Your transfer to and from the airport to your resort will be included when you book a package vacation. If you are planning to venture off property it is recommended that you purchase an excursion through your tour operator or resort.

Language spoken –

Spanish is the official language in Cuba. In tourist areas English is commonly spoken by resort staff although it is not their first language.

Electricity –

The common voltage used in Cuba is 220 volts; therefore if you are travelling from Canada or the US you will need a convertor to use any of your electrical appliances.

What To Do:

Excursions –

There are many marine based excursions available to you while in Cayo Santa Maria which is a great opportunity to see all the island has to offer. Options such as catamaran cruises, sunset cruises, deep sea fishing, scuba diving and jeep safaris are just a few examples. Check your tour operator’s website for the most current offerings.

Shopping –

Puebla La Estrella is a town situated near some of the large resorts. Here you will find dining, bars, bowling, disco, billiards and a spa.

Pueblo Las Dunas is located between the Melia resort properties and offers many services as well.

Favourite Resorts:

Melia Las Dunas

Iberostar Ensenachos

Royalton Cayo Santa Maria

Angsana Cayo Santa Maria

Grand Aston Cayo Las Brujas



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