Cayo Las Brujas
Cayo Las Brujas is a tiny island of about 7 km2 (2.7 sq. mi) located off the northern coast of the Cuban province of Villa Clara. With its two neighbors, Cayo Ensenachos and Cayo Santa Maria, they together form a beautiful and quiet resort destination with amazing beaches, called Los Cayos de Villa Clara.
The destinations "Cayo Las Brujas" and "Cayo Ensenachos" are however less known because this popular destination is often simply called by the name of its main island, Cayo Santa Maria.
The "Cayos de Villa Clara" are part of a much larger archipelago called Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens) which is currently one of the most active area in Cuba for tourism development. This archipelago should reach a capacity of about 32,000 rooms distributed in the following islands: (from west to east): Cayo Las Brujas, Cayo Ensenachos, Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Coco, Cayo Paredon Grande and Cayo Cruz.
Why Cayo Las Brujas?
Years ago, we used to enjoy nude sunbathing in the area called Playa La Salina. At that time, there was only one hotel, Villa Las Brujas. On the north sector, there are two hotels (Dhawa Cayo Santa Maria and Angsana Cayo Santa Maria) sharing the beach Playa La Manteca, but there is another one (Playa Escondida) located east of the Angsana Cayo Santa Maria that would be perfect for naturism. The hotel is for adults only and has a direct access to Playa Escondida.
We have contacted to the hotel about this topic. The answer was ... Unfortunately not at this time, sorry about that.
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Visit our website dedicated to Cayo Las Brujas, online since 2009 : http://www.cayolasbrujas.info/
Lily & Normand