Jibacoa Beach | Province: Mayabeque
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The Jibacoa tourist resort covers nearly seven miles (around 11 kilometers) of the coast, including Jibacoa and Arroyo Bermejo Beaches. The area is quite striking, with a fascinating seabed and cliffs up to 325 feet (100 meters) high that run parallel to the coast and are covered with lush vegetation.
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Jibacoa Beach it is located in the province of Mayabeque.
Mayabeque is the smallest province of Cuba. It is a productive place: citrus fruits, snuff, wine grapes, and sugar cane for Havana Club rum are grown at the distillery in this province. Tourists, mostly Cubans, travel here attracted by its beautiful sandy beaches and resorts of Playa Jibacoa Beach, which offers beachside accommodation at a much more affordable price than in Varadero.
Inside the region is a much more agricultural and everyday environment, which highlights some scenic wonders such as its beautiful gardens, the area of Jaruco and Puente de Bacunayagua Bridge.
The best time to visit Mayabeque is from December to April, when you can enjoy excellent beaches. Apart from the beaches already mentioned, the province is also interesting for hosting a spectacular classical railroad: the Hershey train, crossing the warm and relaxed countryside of Matanzas.
Just a piece of advice when you visit the province: get used to live like the locals in a much slower and fascinating pace .
Mayabeque Province is one of two new provinces created from the former La Habana Province, whose creation was approved by the Cuban National Assembly on August 1, 2010, the other being Artemisa ProvinceThe new provinces were enforced on January 1, 2011. Mayabeque Province is one of two new provinces created from the former La Habana Province, whose creation was approved by the Cuban National Assembly on August 1, 2010, the other being Artemisa Province. The new provinces were enforced on January 1, 2011.