Santa Lucía is one of the longest coral beaches in Cuba. It is on the northern shore of Camagüey Province, at the point where the largest concentration of coral formations in the western hemisphere is closest to the coast. Its waters are ideal for diving, sailing, fishing and other water sports.
Boating & Sailing
Learn about Santa Lucia’s marine ecosystem on a guided motorboat tour of the coastline.
Catamaran to Playa Bonita
Enjoy a leisurely catamaran tour of the stunning Santa Lucia coastline. The trip includes two snorkel stops, a seafood lunch on the beach at the pristine Playa Bonita as well as music and drinks on board.
Embark on a fishing yacht that departs from Shark’s Friends, and bait some dorado, barracudas, sierra, peto, cubera and snappers.
Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
Shark’s Friends Dive Centre (Santa Lucia)
Set out to Santa Lucia’s 35 dive sites, including Poseidon and Valentina, from this well-equipped dive centre. The dive masters can guide you on scuba or snorkeling adventures along Cuba’s longest coral reef formation. Be sure to inspect the assortment of shipwrecks dating as far back as the 19th century, like the Mortera and the Pizarro. Night dives are also available.