The Cuban archipelago, famous for spas in first line as Varadero or Santa Lucia, in addition to its potential real beach paradises located in dozens of keys and islets that make up a unique offer for tourism.
In the central zone of Cuba, the expansion of the leisure industry found space in places like Cayo Ensenachos, which integrates an extensive area considered Wildlife Refuge and inhabited by numerous species of reptiles, amphibians, fish, birds and mammals, many of them endemic to the area, in addition to more than 245 plant species. Added to all of this is an intricate system of channels between the cays that gives the area a unique value for the development of tourist programs for the contemplation of nature and the nautical activity, in addition to sun, sand and sea.
The Bay of Buenavista separates the coast of the island that is situated 30 kilometers offshore. Ensenachos forms part of the more than 500 islets which are known as keys of La Herradura, on a surface of crystalline waters of more than one thousand 300 square kilometers and is limited in the north zone with the second largest barrier reef of the planet. With an extension of close to two square kilometers, has the best beaches in the area (The Ensenachos and El Mégano), with small waves and the sea full of shades of green and blue.
For visitors are available the facilities of the Hotel Iberostar Ensenachos, first and only All Inclusive resort located in this private enclave that enjoys in a beach of 2.6 kilometers in length. The establishment is located a little more than an hour trip from the International Airport Abel Santa Maria de Santa Clara, or just five minutes of Cayo Las Brujas, where it operates a track for small aircraft. To this paradise is also accessed via a road built on a foundation of rocks deposited on the seabed. With a length of 48 kilometers from the vicinity of the village of Caibarien until Cayo Santa Maria, has 46 bridges are designed to keep the normal flow of the waters and marine fauna and not cause damage to the terrestrial and marine ecosystems. By its design and execution, constitutes a significant engineering project and received the Prize Alcantara bridge to the best Civil Works Iberoamericana.
For visitors are at hand options of all kinds of water sports, tennis, golf, hiking, bicycles and horseback riding, to which are added the refreshing sea baths. There are also the alternatives of excursions to nearby places as Caibarién, a fishing village where you can enjoy meals based on products of the sea in small private restaurants known as palates. Linked to this, Remedios, a town with a very well preserved colonial center and headquarters of the popular festivals typical called Parrandas, of great heritage value.