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Villa Las Brujas *** / Beach / Cayo Santa Maria

This Villa stands on columns over tall rocks in Villa Clara's northern keys, a unique and very exclusive setting, and ideal for resting, bathing in the sea, water activities, diving and fishing.

This is a marvelous choice for vacationers seeking a laid-back, unpretentious à la carte hotel on a lovely beach. Run by the Gaviota group, it offers a magnificent location too. Tucked into a broad cove, the narrow and curling sugar-white beach immediately east of the hotel shelves gently into turquoise shallows. The beach is never crowded, as the small hotel has it all to itself. The hotel lays on windsurfs. And the marina is nearby and handy for anyone wishing to take advantage of the superb scuba diving or angling here.

A highlight here is the thatched open-air El Farallón, restaurant overlooking the sands. It serves a simple menu of criolla and continental dishes (spaghettis, etc.), plus burgers, and seafoods; and the attached bar is a choice spot to share a cocktail with the anglers who frequent Villa Las Brujas.

The 24 bungalows of timber and stone perch atop "dog's-tooth" limestone plateau overlooking waters of an impossible Maxfield Parrish turquoise blue. Only half of the units are oceanfront, however. They're reached from the lobby via a weathered and rickety wooden boardwalk in need of replacement. They're visually appealing, with their ceramic floors, stained wood-paneled walls, modest bamboo furnishings, and colorful spreads. Each has satellite TV, telephone, mini-bar, and in-room safe. And bathrooms feature marble tops.


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Hotel type

  • Diving
  • Beach
  • Hotel
  • Self Catering



Hotel utilities

  • Security
  • Lobby bar
  • A la carte restaurant
  • Parking

Room amenities

  • Air conditioner
  • Safe deposit box
  • Satellite TV
  • Phone
  • Balcony/Terrace
  • 110V/60Hz
  • Private bathroom


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