Cayo Los Ensenachos is an island of (2 km²) north of Cuba in the province of Villa Clara, between Jardines del Rey and Cayo Las Brujas and Cayo Santa María.
These islands are connected by a 48 km dike (Pedraplén Cayo Santa Maria).
It has beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters and fine white sand, with the main beaches Ensenachos and Playa Mégano. Protected by a large coral reef. Characterized by extraordinary natural values, its scarce insular territory belongs, administratively, to the municipality of Villa Clara. Together with its similar Santa Maria, Las Brujas, Francés and Cobos, among many others (around 500), integrates, from the geographical point of view, the insular subsystem Cayos de la Herradura. It is 115 km from Abel Santa María de Santa Clara International Airport, and 5 minutes from Cayo Las Brujas national airport. With 1.7 km of horseshoe-shaped extension. Cayo Ensenachos is almost a virgin key that has endemic species of Cuban flora and fauna, it was an ancient aboriginal settlement. The diversity of its ecosystem is complemented by a proliferating flora and fauna, many of them endemic to Cuba.