Santa Lucia is a small village on the northern coast of Cuba. It has 13 miles (21 km) of wide, white-golden sandy beaches bathed by warm turquoise water that is always calm, thanks to an extensive coral reef just a mile and a quarter (two km) from the coast. This reef is the longest one of its kind in the western hemisphere. The beaches are also long and excellent for walking.
Latitude: 22.05537, Longitude: -79.57608