Located in the Archipiélago de Sabana-Camagüey, Cayo Santa Maria is a one of Cuba’s best-kept secrets. The cay’s surrounding slightly rough seas make it an ideal area to test your wind-surfing and sailing skills, while the underwater sights of bountiful coral and schools of colourful fish make it a perfect location for diving. Cayo Santa Maria also boasts 13 kilometres of some of the finest beaches in Cuba making it a favourite among sun-worshipers. The superb Playa Perla Blanca on the island’s far eastern end is a particularly impressive strip of barely-touched stunning sands and azure waters.