Located on the North seashore of Pinar del Río, the westernmost province of Cuba, Cayo Levisa (Sting Ray Key) offers a secluded getaway for those looking for privacy and at the same time love the mysterious Silent World that extends beneath the warm and blue waters of the Caribbean. It takes about thirty minutes in safe yachts to reach this islet, blessed with 3 Km. of excellent beach and with 23...See more
Pinar del Rio is located in the westernmost portion of the island, bounded on the north by the Gulf of Mexico, south to the Gulf of Batabano, on the west by the Straits of Yucatan and east by the province of Havana.
For Pinar del Rio is nothing better than the tours and visits to its most famous scene: the Valley of Viñales, declared Humanity's Cultural Landscape (UNESCO); Soroa,...
Only 70 Km. West of Havana, and amidst Sierra del Rosario, one of Cuba’s Reserves of the Biosphere, visitors to Artemisa province will find Soroa: undoubtedly Nature´s Paradise. Sierra del Rosario is an exceptional setting for such a spot, covering an area of 26,686 hectares.This Reserve of the Biosphere shows a complex geological structure, with a great diversity of rocks that produce different... See more
Founded on November 16, 1519 as Villa de San Cristóbal de La Habana, Cuba's capital remains a city of meetings. Music, dance, culture, art, fun and entertainment come together in a versatile and amazing personality. Its historic center, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the oldest colonial and best preserved of America. Its beaches invite the pleasure of enjoying a summer...See more
Matanzas Province is a province of western Cuba on the west by limiting Mayabeque Province, east with the province of Villa Clara, the north by the Straits of Florida and south by the Caribbean Sea. Its capital is the city of Matanzas and has the quintessential seaside resort: Varadero. Historic Center of Matanzas, Sauto Theatre, Museum Palace of Junco, Pharmaceutical Museum, Plaza de La Libertad,...See more
Just 140 kilometers from Havana, Varadero is the most famous beaches in Cuba and the main tourist destination of sun and sand. With a length of over 20 kilometers and an average temperature of 25 ° C, combined with the transparency of its waters, the different blue hues and the very fine, soft, white sand, Varadero is an unforgettable spa.See more
To the south of the province of Matanzas, is one of the most important ecosystems in Cuba and the largest wetland reserve in the Caribbean. Its natural landscape is rich and provides habitat to an exceptional flora and fauna, characterized by high levels of endemism.
Inside the Peninsula is located the Gran Parque Natural Montemar, allowing visitors to contact the beaches, mangrove forests,...
Santa Clara, capital of Villa Clara province, was founded on July 15, 1689. It is a province of extensive plains bounded by mountains, rivers and artificial lakes that allow full contact with nature. It is a region with strong attachment to history, reflected on the character of Ernesto Che Guevara, who fought in this area the final action that led to the triumph of the Revolution on 1 January 1959.
San Juan de los Remedios, is a town and municipality located 3 miles (4.8 km) from the northern coast of Cuba, in the center of the island. It is part of the province of Villa Clara. It was declared a City by Isabella II of Spain, when the Island was still a colony. Remedios is the Cradle of the Parrandas, possibly the Caribbean's largest and oldest traditional festivity.Remedios is located about... See more
Sagua la Grande es una ciudad ubicada a orillas del río homónimo en la llanura norte de la provincia cubana de Villa Clara. Conocida popularmente como "La Villa del Undoso", es la cabecera del municipio del mismo nombre, la segunda urbe en importancia del territorio villaclareño en cuanto a desarrollo industrial y la tercera en población. Cuna de prestigiosas figuras de la ciencia y la cultura universales...See more
As frozen in time, Trinidad gives the visitor the extraordinary charm of a lively city-museum nestled between sea and mountains. The city has managed to combine the tasks of modern life with the innumerable riches legacy since the founding of the town. Its hotels, restaurants, shops and other amenities of modern life have taken their space without Trinidad no longer an authentic colonial city.
Ciego de Ávila is a modern city, although in the historic center you can find many features of the colonial architecture typical of this type of cities. The Catholic Church, very modern and with an eclectic architecture has at its entrance the statue of San Eugenio de la Palma, patron saint of the city, this Church was completed in 1952. Another jewel of the architecture of the historic center of the...See more
Cays and islands in Cuba were baptized by the Spaniards between 1513 and 1514 - as Jardines del Rey, in honor of the monarch Ferdinand, spilling landscapes unusual beauty . Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo - two of the most outstanding natural scenery -son for water sports and recreation, beaches defended by coral reefs and abundant woody vegetation that hosts a diverse wildlife , where pink flamingos. From...See more
Camagüey is the easternmost province of central Cuba, the largest area and the flattest. Before the current political-administrative division included the territories of the provinces of Ciego de Avila, Sancti Spiritus and part of Las Tunas. Also called the city of Camagüey by the proliferation of these huge stoneware, Camagüey (named from 1903) has a unique urban fabric consists of...See more
Camagüey, located about 550 kilometers from Havana, is part of the 7 first villages founded by the Spaniards in Cuba. Originally Villa de Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe named, Camagüey is now owner of full civil and religious buildings of major historic center National Monument.
Its two main attractions are Playa Santa Lucia and Camaguey. Excellent beaches,...
Holguín is a city of Cuba, capital of the homonymous province since 1976. Until then it was part of the former Oriente province. It has been known historically as the City of Parks. The most central park is Calixto García in the center of the city. Close to this park are: The Provincial Center of Art and Bayado galleries, a library, the Casa de la Trova club. There is also: the Martí cinema, the Eddy...See more
Holguin beaches are among the most picturesque in the Caribbean turquoise, warm, calm waters by the natural protection afforded by the coral formations are activated recommendation sunbathing in Cuba. They are surrounded by dense vegetation, whose intense green creates a fabulous contrast to the golden hue of white sand and clear blue sea.
Bariay very close to the place where landed Grand...
To Santiago de Cuba are usually applied two characteristics that make it unique: its friendly, happy and helping people and its historic and cultural heritage. Its Caribbean identity can be noticed in the music and folklore. The city has a title that is Hero of the Republic of Cuba for the role played by
its people during the 1950's revolutionary struggles. As a tourist destination, it has...
Hoteles de categoría 4 estrellas, ubicados en primera línea de playa, de modalidad Todo Incluido, destinados con preferencia al segmento de familia, con especial atención a los niños con programas de 4 a 12 años que incluye clubes infantiles, áreas de juegos y animación especializada.
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Club Amigo Hotels
Beach Hotels 3-star, All Inclusive, with an accent of Cuban and participatory animation enhancement in swimming pools, beaches and night shows, taught dance classes and Spanish, non-motorized water sports, bicycles, rooms play volleyball, basketball and tennis courts with lighting.
It also includes children's clubs for children aged 4 to 12...
Hotels located in western, central and east, with a variety of categories from 2 to 4 stars. Designed for longer stays, medium and short, events and conference centers. Hotels conducive to conducting tours across the country, combined with the different modalities, beach, city and nature.See more
Confortables hoteles ubicados en entornos naturales, regidos por los principios actuales del turismo sostenible. En ellos, sus huéspedes pueden realizar múltiples actividades orientadas al disfrute, la interacción y el cuidado del medio ambiente. A través de circuitos de naturaleza, especialistas y amantes del ecoturismo, en...See more
Targeted for small hotels, linked to the surrounding culture, and characterized by an intimate and personalized services. It is distinguished by unique, refined and adapted to each client, with the combination of a wide range of complementary services.
The elegant decor of each facility, with enhancement of Cuban is an element of significant importance,...
Travel to Cuba means an encounter with the beauty of unforgettable places. From Havana, which abound in every corner pieces of the history of Cuba to the natural charm of the beaches of Varadero, Guardalavaca and Santa Lucía.
If tradition and folklore of the country appeals to you, Trinidad and Santiago de Cuba are ultimate destinations, where hospitality to the visitor is an important feature of its inhabitants.
Experienced travel professionals will offer you a specialized service that is the fundamental premise of our Hotel Group Cubanacan. Your holiday will have a unique charm and shall be assured of a successful quality hotel services with different arrangements on the beaches, cities and countryside of Cuba.
The Cubanacan Group has consolidated its bussines desing, strengthening its structure with more than 60 hotels including work in association with prestigiousInternational Hotelschains and foreing investors for the construction and exploitation of new hotels in the whole country.