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Beaches and natural attractions

Cuban attraction

It is one of the most important mountain range in Cuba and the most important in the central part of the island. Its tallest summit called San Juan rises up to 1156 meters above the sea level..

This mountain range has an exuberant vegetation with a great diversity of flora and fauna species, which can be admired taking one of the organized excursions through the natural pathways on the area.

One of the most popular attractions...

Cuban attraction

It is formed by the Arimao  river before it flows into the bay and on here it is located  the Labyrinth of Los Naturales, Cayo Ocampo  and other smaller keys inside of the bay.

It is very popular because its mangrove swamps are great natural refugees for different species of animals, including a big colony of 2000 pink flamencos.

The area is also an important archaeological site of Cuban aborigine culture and the Cuban colonial...

Cuban attraction

It is located 18 km from Cienfuegos and is a nice option for a relaxing day in front of the Caribbean Sea. Here you can find ecotourism programs and different offers to practise water sports.

Cuban attraction

It is the second largest swamp in the Cuban archipelago and the second biggest one in the whole Caribbean area.

This swamp has a very rich diversity of flora and fauna in a very well preserved ecological environment.

This attraction is located in a military zone, to enter there you have to get a day pass at the offices of the company called Ecotur. (Located in Calle Marti , entre Calle 24 y Calle 26, Nueva Gerona ). The opening...

Cuban attraction

Located no so far from Gerona, it has the peculiarity of being the only beach in Cuba with black sand. It is possible to get there by bus from Gerona or using a private taxi or by bicycle.

For foreign visitors, the beach has a villa owned by the tourist company called Gaviota. But in general, the beach has an old hotel and a camping for the local population.

The offer of drinks and food on the beach is quite poor.

Cuban attraction

It is a paradise for diving activities with a fantastic and well-protected coral reef composed by a dense and colourful population of corals, gorgonians and sponges.

The reef is the habitat of many different species of fishes like tarpons, spadefish, jack, grunts, schoolmasters, yellowtail snappers, Nassau groupers, barracudas and black groupers. There is also possible to find rays, sharks and turtles among other species.

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Cuban attraction

Located east of Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth), it is one of the main tourist attractions in Cuba. This key with only 6, 5 km wide, on its widest point, is considered a “beach paradise” because it has more than 27 km of white sandy and intimate beaches.

These beaches are one of the best preserved on the world, recognized by prestigious international organizations, making them also a unique place for diving activities.

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Cuban attraction

This beautiful white sand beach located just south of Trinidad, is a great spot if you are looking for a relaxing day swimming in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Due to its location at the south coast, it has the advantage of not being affected by the heavy waves that affect some of the north coast beaches, when cold fronts hits the island in winter.
 

Cuban attraction

Located 19 km from Trinidad, on the middle of the Escambray Mountains range, this park is a natural paradise with a great ecological importance.

On its more than 12000 hectares, the park has a wide variety of flora and fauna species, many of them endemics from Cuba.

Topes de Collantes represents a great opportunity to admire the rich diversity of the Cuban flora   and see numerous species of trees, lichens, moss and orchids in...

Archipelago Jardines del Rey (King´s Garden)

Located north of Ciego de Avila, it is one of the fastest growing tourist destinations in Cuba. It has over 30 miles of pristine unspoiled beaches and a spectacular seabed, protected by the second largest coral reef in the world, with scenic and environmental values ​​and a well-preserved tropical ecosystems. It was baptized as Jardines del Rey around1514 by Diego Velazquez.

The main islets are Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo and Paredon...

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