Cuba’s rich artistic heritage ranges from pre-Columbian cultures to the splendors of Spanish colonialism and the internationally-acclaimed art of today. It is also a place of great natural beauty, with three magnificent mountain ranges and fertile plains where sugar cane and tobacco grow. And it has some of the best beaches in the world.
Streets of Cuba
Cuba has an easy-going, multi-racial population whose greatest enthusiasm is reserved for music. It is the home of the modern rumba, actually of African origin, the mamba, the cha-cha-cha and the salsa. Cuban jazz is also excellent. Wherever you go on the island, music will go with you.
Cuba has more than 300 natural beaches of fine white sand and crystal clear waters. The most famous of these is Varadero; however, there are others to the east of the capital city in Holguín and Cayo Largo del Sur, as well as in the northern keys of Ciego de Ávila and Villa Clara.
Three mountain ranges, two long regions of savanna and numerous valleys known worldwide like Viñales, Yumurí and Los Ingenios go all through the Cuban island. Waterfalls and cascades in beautiful rivers like Hanabanilla keep charming nature lovers.
If you love golf, you will find multiple facilities in Cuba to fulfill your demand.
The main golf course is in Varadero and it features 18 holes; Par 72; 5 Holes Par 5 and 5 Hoyos Par 3, the rest 8 Holes are Par 4. The circuit is 6 269 m betwenn the first tee and the Green 18.
With a great deal of history, culture and tradition, the City of Havana is the destination par excellence in Cuba. It is also one of the most charming places in the world.
Varadero is the most famous beach in Cuba and the most famous sun and sand destination. It’s a mixture of many dreams, earlier perspectives, later on became projects and eventually facts. At this paradisiacal point of the Cuban geography the visitor will find hotels, cabarets, restaurants, nautical offers, golf, and a bunch of options to make him feel at ease.
Varadero Beach Cuba
Beaches in Holguín are among the most picturesque in the Caribbean. They are surrounded by vegetation, whose intense green color creates a contrast with the white golden tone of the sand and the blue color of the sea.
110 volts, 60 cycles. New hotels have 220 volts.
42,900 square miles (111,000 sq km)
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