The city of Havana is the capital and almost from its inception became the main commercial, economic and communication center due to its favored location overlooking the Straits of Florida and its magnificent bay.
Today, the city is one of the main tourist destinations in the Caribbean, attracted by its centuries-old history, the existence of superb quality beaches and for its cultural wealth, which highlights the colonial center of Old Havana and its mixture architectural styles. This powerful tourist infrastructure in hotels, inns and hundreds of private houses, the best and most famous restaurants and “tastes” of the country, dozens of night clubs, discos and other nightspots known as the Tropicana cabaret, Marinas and facilities binds for all kinds of sports, golf courses, about 30 museums, 10 art galleries and 20 theaters around, making it also the cultural center of the country.
Santiago de Cuba
It is a city with a very similar Havana offer, is a city beach, sun, culture and fun, a city where we find the second largest country population center, and where we will enjoy a wonderful holiday surrounded mar.La mountain and city, built in a hilly area near the bay of the same name and having as a backdrop the Sierra Maestra is very picturesque and full of beautiful physical settings and has an important historical and cultural heritage, to which great museums and forts from colonial times, places and buildings, ruins of French coffee plantations and other attractions of all kinds including beaches and semi-submerged remains have come together.
Icacos Peninsula, however, is not very old modern city, where much of the complex of hotels in the Island of Cuba is concentrated. Varadero is one of the main tourist destinations in the world. It’s located in the northernmost part of the island, this small land separated by an artificial canal peninsula is preferred by more than half of the tourists coming to Cuba destination. Its amazing beaches, scenic beauty and luxurious hotels are the secret of its success. Do not misunderstand. Merely being in Varadero is like never having visited the country, such is the gap between the prefabricated entertainment for tourists and the true idiosyncrasies of the island.
Pinar del Río
The westernmost province of the island is a natural paradise with its biosphere reserves. The hummocks, their features limestone formations, harbor endemic species of reptiles and birds (which only live in this valley). Along the coast we find Cayo Levisa, a paradise just altered beaches, and outstanding dive center Maria La Gorda.
The traditional city is known as the Pearl of the South. It is an attractive provincial city open to the sea, the sea wall is one of the longest in Cuba. In all honesty we must recognize that Cienfuegos is the architectural jewel of the nineteenth century in Cuba and preserved almost intact much of the rich splendor that characterized it since its inception. At present, it has the most important port of shipment of sugar.
Jardines del Rey
Ciego de Avila
The Jardines del Rey is a sprawling cays lying north off the coast of the central provinces. Here Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo that have become strongholds of Cuban tourism under the excellent quality of its beaches and its coral origin almost untouched nature are located. Sun, beach and water sports join the comfort of lavish hotels of category 4 and 5 stars.
The city of Trinidad is located in the center of the island, in the province of Sancti Spiritus. Trinidad is one of the first villages founded in Cuba (1514) and has been declared a UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site and is where the best colonial architecture and air have been preserved on the island so it is also known as City Museum of the Caribbean Sea. It’s actually one of the most charming and magical cities that can be visited.
In their environment, natural beauty, lies the Valley of the Sugar Mills, El Ancon Beach, located a few miles away, and the Sierra del Escambray, a true ecological paradise.
There are numerous in the city hotel facilities, dozens of rooms in private houses, good restaurants and nightclubs and cultural facilities.
Cayo Santa Maria
Cayo Santa Maria and Cayo Ensenachos, Cayo Las Brujas with are located off the northern coast of Villa Clara province in the central part of the country, about 50 km from the mainland. They are part of a group known cays (small islands) and the Horseshoe Keys with more than 500 islets scattered over an area of pristine and shallow waters with a larger area of over 1300 km2 and bounded to the north by the second coral reef Earth.