Cayo Santa María

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Cayo Santa María
Resort island and village
A beach in Cayo Santa Maria
A beach in Cayo Santa Maria
Cayo Santa María is located in Cuba
Cayo Santa María
Location of Cayo Santa Maria in Cuba
Coordinates: 22°39′27.72″N 79°0′0″W / 22.6577000°N 79.00000°W / 22.6577000; -79.00000Coordinates: 22°39′27.72″N 79°0′0″W / 22.6577000°N 79.00000°W / 22.6577000; -79.00000
Country  Cuba
Province Villa Clara
Municipality Caibarién
Elevation 4 m (13 ft)
Time zone EST (UTC-5)
Area code(s) +53-43

Cayo Santa María is an island located north of Cuba in the Jardines del Rey archipelago well known for its luxury all inclusive resorts.

Geography[edit]

The island is linked to the mainland near Caibarién by a 48 km causeway constructed between 1989 and 1999 by « Campaña de Las Villas ». The island is administered as part of Caibarién, a municipality of Villa Clara Province.[1]

Tourism[edit]

The first hotel to open its door was the Sol Cayo Santa Maria in Dec. 2001. All hotels in Cayo Santa María, currently 9 for a total of 6,119 rooms, are owned by the Cuban group Gaviota. "Cayo Santa María" project is the construction of 10,000 rooms on this small island.[citation needed]

The hotels of the island are "Sol Cayo Santa María" (300 rooms), "Melia Cayo Santa María" 358 rooms), "Melia Las Dunas" (925 rooms), "Playa Cayo Santa María" (769 rooms), "HUSA Cayo Santa María" (1,308 rooms), "Royalton Cayo Santa María" (122 rooms), "Memories Paraiso Azul Beach Resort" (1,386 rooms) and the "Eurostars Cayo Santa María" (846 rooms). There is also one hotel in the neighbor island Cayo Ensenachos, the "Iberostars Ensenachos" (506 rooms).[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Spanish) Cayo Santa María on EcuRed

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