Camaguey has perfectly
transparent waters which bathe a large coast line of soft sands.
This is inviting for swimming, water sports, fishing (marine
life is abundant in the area), walks by the shore and diving.
The largest coral reefs in the country are offshore, they are
the second biggest in the world with 36 kilometres full of excellent
sites for sports diving. A magnificent attraction in this province
is the 20-kilometers-long Santa Lucia Beach, a paradise of peace
Ciego de Avila
has a formation known as Jardines de la Reina (the Queens
Gardens), an axclusive tourist product where lodging development
is planned to be miiniimal. Nearly 22 kiilometers of magnifiicent
beaches characterize cayo Coco, one of the most visited tourist
resorts. Cayo Coco is connected to Cayo Guillermo, where five
km of beaches eagerly await visitors to offer all the calmness
and beauty needed for unforgettable holidays. Other keys such
as Sabiinal, Guajaba and Romano complete this area, which is
featured by silence and peace, ideal for resting in a close
relationship with an almost virgin natural environment.
The highest achievement
of Tourist infrastructure in the Holguin province lies on its
incorporation to nature, between the sea and the forest with
hardly no changes in the natural conditions, however the essential
facilities of modern life are not bypassed in this integration
to the environment. One of the most famous beaches in the province
is Guardalavaca, it offers tourists exuberant coral reefs, interesting
cliffs and amazing vegetation.
The Santa Maria
beaches, in the capital of the island, only 20 minutes from
the centre of the city, with 18 kilometres of clean water and
fine sand beaches, have excellent tourist facilities which offer
services of water sports and recreation for all preferences.
The seas temperature is a temptation to stay all day under
the tropical sunshine which tans and caresses the body.
charm in the island is Cayo Largo del Sur. Its coast is a stretch
of 125 kilometres of white sands, crystalline seas and virgin
sea bottoms, full of grottoes, barriers and sandy valleys where
crustaceans, sponges, corals and fish are perfectly visible
thanks to the transparency of the waters. From the beach Sirena
del Cayo, one can access to other small keys around like Cayo
Rico, Cayo Rosario, Cayo Pájaros, Cayo Cantiles and Cayo Sigua,
among others. You can arrive to Cayo Largo aboard yachts or
private planes without a visa. There are flights everyday from
Havana and Varadero.