PINAR DEL RIO

PINAR DEL RIO

The country’s westernmost province, also known as Cuba’s Garden.  It treasures two of the four World Biosphere Reserves designated by UNESCO on the Cuban archipelago....

ARTEMISA

ARTEMISA

Cleaved by the Ariguanabo River, are the agricultural support of this province.  Its red soil fields, planted with root vegetables, fruit trees and tobacco, offer a delight to behold with its changing...

LA HABANA

LA HABANA

The country’s capital and economic and cultural center, Havana is, above all, synonymous for pleasure and entertainment.  Bordered on the north by the sea--an essential part of its magnificent...

PLAYAS DEL ESTE

PLAYAS DEL ESTE

Of Cuba’s 300 natural beaches, Santa María is one of the most beautiful.  Few cities in the world, like Havana, can take pride in having so nearby such a paradise of sunshine and warm...

VARADERO

VARADERO

Due to its facilities and permanent development, Varadero is the beach tourist destination par excellence in Cuba.  A long and thin strip of sand and green vegetation stretches for nearly 12 km...

MATANZAS

MATANZAS

Matanzas is one of Cuba’s tourist provinces, both for its capital city named after it and for its Varadero Beach and the rural areas of the Yumurí Valley and the Zapata Peninsula.  Like...

CIENFUEGOS

CIENFUEGOS

Located on the site of an ancient aboriginal town that due to the presence of an enormous, isolated, and well protected bay became an important center of piracy in the Caribbean, this city was founded...

VILLA CLARA

VILLA CLARA

Located at the center of the island, near the Escambray Mountains, and 287 kilometers from Havana, Villa Clara province has 425.5 square kilometres in area, 213 of which correspond to cays.  To...

SANCTI SPIRITUS

SANCTI SPIRITUS

Sancti Spíritus has the privilege of being the only city on the Cuban archipelago in which two of the first seven villas were founded by Spanish governor Diego Velázquez in the 16th century:...

CIEGO DE AVILA

CIEGO DE AVILA

Over the last few years, the central-eastern province of Ciego de Ávila has distinguished itself for the vigorous tourist development of its northern cay chain.  In this fertile and predominantly...

CAMAGUEY

CAMAGUEY

The largest Cuban province, with coasts on the north and south.  It has top quality beaches like Santa Lucía, next to which we find the largest coral reef of the largest island in The Antilles....

SANTA LUCIA

SANTA LUCIA

Santa Lucía Beach is 110 kms. (68 miles) or just a little over an hour's drive from the city of Camagüey, the capital of the province of the same name. Thousands of foreign visitors...

LAS TUNAS

LAS TUNAS

This province is located on the west end of the island’s eastern region, and is known as the Balcony of Eastern Cuba (Balcón del oriente cubano). Its coasts, bathed by the Atlantic Ocean...

HOLGUIN

HOLGUIN

Grand Admiral Christopher Columbus landed in October 1492, on Bariay, a point on the northern coast of eastern Holguín city, located near Gibara, thus marking, with the discovery of The Americas,...

GRANMA

GRANMA

A province of great contrasts.  The plains of Cauto River; the heights of the Sierra Maestra and its southern coast, and opposite the Caribbean Sea, with the impressive sight of marine terraces...

SANTIAGO DE CUBA

SANTIAGO DE CUBA

A Caribbean city with people of mixed race, of sea and mountains; characterized by its joyful and hospitable residents.  Nothing is alien to Santiago from the island.  It has been the capital,...

GUANTANAMO

GUANTANAMO

Guantánamo has countless natural values, especially in its mountainous and coastal areas.  It’s a predominantly mountainous region of marked contrasts, and it’s the only place...