Havana is undoubtedly the most visited tourist destination of the Greater Antilles. Its historic center, "UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982" is a point of reference for all visitors. The excursions in havana range from city tour, cannon shot ceremony, visit nearby towns like Viñales and Las Terrazas, to beaches like "Playas del Este". You can`t miss the opportunity to take an excursion in Havana and see and experience the whole culture.
Varadero is the most famous beach in Cuba and the most famous sun and sand destination. At this paradisiacal point of the Cuban geography, visitors will find hotels, cabarets, restaurants, nautical offers, golf, and a bunch of options to make them feel at ease. Very close to Varadero, in the Zapata Peninsula, you will find one of Cuba's most important ecosystems and the biggest reserve of swamps in the Caribbean. Its natural rich environment shelters different species of wildlife, characterized by its high level of endemism. Varadero is 140 km east of Havana and 30 km from Matanzas. There is sun light for 12 hours and average temperature is 25 °C.
Trinidad offers the visitor the extraordinary enchantment of a museum like city embedded between the sea and the mountains. Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, the ancient village of the Holy Trinity of Cuba founded in the XVI century is an architectonic colonial jewel of Cuba and America.
Its museums, squares and streets go back in time. There is also the Manaca-Iznaga tower, from where you have a view of the Valle de los Ingenios; Ancon and Maria Aguilar beaches, Caburni, Calaveras Cave and Zaza lake, as well as the keys nearby like Cayo Blanco de Casilda. It is in the province of Sancti Spíritus, at the bottom of the Guamuhaya mountain range, south central Cuba, facing the Caribbean Sea.
Cayo Santa María
Cayo Santa María is an island of 21.4 square kilometers (63.8% constituting land and the remaining marshes and submerged lands occupied by mangrove forests) located in the middle portion of the archipelago Jardines del Rey (Sabana-Camagüey), at North of the central region of Cuba. From the administrative point of view belongs to the Caibarién municipality of the Cuban province of Villa Clara. Internationally it is recognized for the beauty of its natural surroundings and the existence of numerous hotels of high standard. The Ensenachos, Las Brujas, Francés and Cobos, among many others (around 500), is part of the insular subsystem Cayos de la Herradura, being all the most important biologically and superficially. It is linked to the island of Cuba along with Las Brujas, Los Ensenachos, Majá and Español de Adentro in the vicinity of Caibarién by a road of 48 kilometers (Piedraplén) that deserves the international award "Puente de Alcántara" for the Best Civil Work Iberoamericana in attention to the special care of the environment in its layout and execution.
Cayo Santa María is based mainly on tourism, forming part, along with its neighbors Las Brujas and Ensenachos, of the Cayos Villa Clara tourist pole, considered, in the modality of sun and beach, the second in importance of Cuba later Of Varadero. Currently (2017) it has thirteen hotels in operation, grouped into three tourist units whose distinctive feature is the existence, in each one, of extrahotel-like plazas, which recreate aspects of vernacular culture and architecture. From west to east, such units with the closer hotels would be:
Town "Las Terrazas del Atardecer"
Holguín is a fantastic destination, distinguished by its authenticity, diversity and high level of sustainability and stands out for its picturesque reliefs of great scenic value that is a set of tangible elements, loaded with cultural symbols as it is a platform for dialogue between cultures and man with nature it is located in the Oriental part of the main island. It is one of the richest natural scenery in Cuba. High mountains, fertile plains and beaches of fine sand alternate in the landscape of this province of singular beauty and multiple attractions Visits to be visited ; La Periquera museum, Loma de la Cruz, Marqueta square; Cities Holguin, Banes and Gibara; Park Bariay (National Monument); Archaeological site Chorro de Maíta, viewpoint of Mayabe, Bahía de Naranjo Natural Park; Cayo Saetía and Pinares de Mayarí and the beaches Esmeralda, Pesquero and Guardalavaca.
Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba is known for its hospitable people and its rich historical and cultural background. Its music and history make Santiago de Cuba a peculiar destination within the context of Cuba. The provincial capital, under the same name, overcomes the regular dimensions of a regular village in shapes and attractions. Its nature, culture and beaches open to the Caribbean Sea are worth-admiring. The region features the necessary infrastructure for events, congresses and city tourism. It also features a sea and mountainous environment with all the conditions for ecotourism in its modalities of adventures and hiking. Nautical activities, cruising, health tourism and quality of life are also available.