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Camaguey

During Cuba's colonial period, Camaguey was an important Cuban city. You will discover evidence of its significant role in Cuban history as you explore its wealth of fine baroque churches and pockets of picturesque landmarks such as the restored Plaza San de Dios. Most visitors to Camaguey are attracted to St. Lucia Beach on the northern coast. It is off the coast of this stunning beach that you can experience excellent scuba diving where you will be amazed at the more than 50 different species of coral. Your days will come to a spectacular close as you bear witness to the stunning sunsets of St. Lucia Beach.


Cayo Coco

An idyllic and secluded Caribbean retreat, Cayo Coco is the perfect vacation choice for those looking for something a little more tranquil. The area features more than 27 km of beautiful beaches and is an ideal place for almost any water sport, from kayaking and windsurfing to snorkeling and diving. Some of the most spectacular beaches in this area include Las Coloradas, Playa Larga, El Paso, Playa Flamencos and Playa Pilar, which is located on Cayo Guillermo and location of one of the highest sand dunes in the Caribbean.


Cayo Largo

Cayo Largo is located approximately 80 km south of mainland Cuba and is a stunning and natural paradise. Virgin beaches with warm, clear waters invite you to luxuriate on fine, silky white sand. If you are seeking tranquility, relaxation, and unpretentious comfort, Cayo Largo is the vacation destination for you.


Havana

Founded in 1515 by Diego Velásquez, today Havana has a population of more than two million inhabitants, and is the political, cultural and economic heart of Cuba. It contains more than one fifth of the Cuban population and is one of the great historical cities of the New World.


Divided in several municipalities, Habana Vieja (Old Havana) is particularly popular among visitors with many museums, historical places, pieces of the previous fortificated walls, and all sorts of castles, fortress, and colonial palaces.


Holguin

Located in the eastern part of the country, Holguin is a place of virgin land, 60 km of fine sand and a quiet and beautiful sea. Guardalavaca is one the area's most famous beaches, offering visitor's amazing coral reefs, soaring cliffs and lush vegetation. Among Holguin's other attractions, there are 34 rivers and six waterfalls, including Guayabo, the largest in the country, as well as 19 historical and cultural sites and much more. The most famous of Holguin's cultural attractions is the 'Loma de la Cruz' or Hill of the Cross, which features a 450-step stairway that is replete with legends and site of an annual pilgrimage.


Santa Clara

Santa Clara is located in almost the most central region of Cuba. With mostly colonial architecture and narrow streets, you will delight in the charm of this city. A highlight of the city is the Parque Central (Central Park) laid on an entire square block, which beckons all to come to visit, walk, and relax. You will be taken by the warmth and friendliness of the inhabitants of Santa Clara. The resort area features the glorious Santa Marla beach providing a wonderful respite from the strains of daily life.


Varadero

Featuring more than 20 km of fine white-sand beaches, crystal clear waters, Varadero is a natural 'hot spot' for tourists looking to relax and rejuvenate in the Caribbean for a week or more. Along with its great selection of hotels and resorts, with something for every style and budget, Varadero is also located close to a number of pristine 'cayos' or keys, ideal for day excursions, and is just 2.5 hours from the fascinating capital of Havana.



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