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  • Holguin

    Holguin | Province: Holguin

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    In over 25 miles (40 kilometers), the northern coastline of Holguín has 41 beaches. Guardalavaca and Esmeralda are the most popular beaches among foreign tourists. Pesquero Beach has scores of fascinating natural sites, both under and above water; Don Lino Beach combines open areas, architecture and the natural surroundings; and Blanca Beach is very close to Cayo Bariay, where Admiral Christopher Columbus first set foot on Cuban soil, during his first voyage to the New World. Cayo Saetía is northeast of Holguín. This natural spot has 12 virgin beaches.

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  • Guardalavaca

    Guardalavaca    Lat:21.12383    Lon:-75.83085   See Google Map

    In over 25 miles (40 kilometers), the northern coastline of Holguín has 41 beaches. Guardalavaca and Esmeralda are the most popular beaches among foreign tourists. 

  • Frank Pais Airport

    Frank Pais Airport    Lat:20.78800    Lon:-76.30560   See Google Map

    Frank Pais Airport (IATA: HOG, ICAO: MUHG): is an international airport that serves the city of Holguín in Cuba.

  • Mirador de Mayabe

    Mirador de Mayabe    Lat:20.83757    Lon:-76.19904   See Google Map

    Near to the city with a busy cultural life, made famous by two very different popular figures: "El Guayabero" and the donkey of Mayabe.

  • Gibara

    Gibara    Lat:21.10722    Lon:-76.13667   See Google Map

    It is a place where ancestral ruins can be viewed, such as the Cuarterón and the Batería de Fernando VI as well as colonial architecture incredibly well preserved. The White Villa (Villa Blanca) named this way by some, shows a unique contrast between the sea and the colonial settlement. It is considered the second walled city in Cuba. Other geographical attractions are the so-called…

  • Playa Blanca

    Playa Blanca    Lat:    Lon:   See Google Map

    The region includes a wonderful little Cuban beach Playa Blanca famous for its fine and white sand, Bahia de Bariay, Fray Benito and Silla de Gibara

  • Don Lino

    Don Lino    Lat:21.08790    Lon:-75.99590   See Google Map

    Surrounded by a reassuring ambiance, Villa Don Lino offers visitors all the appropriate conditions to enjoy a pleasant stay. It is located 57 kilometers from Holguín's International Airport and 30 kilometers from Guardalavaca Beach.

  • Playa Pesquero

    Playa Pesquero    Lat:22.40000    Lon:-84.01667   See Google Map

    Pesquero beach, which is over 2950 feet (900 meters) long, is pristine and beautiful. The beach isn't for cuban people. This beach is significantly more private

  • Bahia de Naranjo

    Bahia de Naranjo    Lat:21.10300    Lon:-75.87710   See Google Map

    The area takes almost a 1 000 acres of land with lots of vegetation. In the coastal area there are spots with mangrove trees, marshy tropical forests and endemic trees with a total extension of 32 km. The Park offers recreational options for those searching to enjoy nature.

  • Playa Guardalavaca

    Playa Guardalavaca    Lat:21.12383    Lon:-75.83085   See Google Map

    Guardalavaca stretches over 3 km. of beach among steep cliffs, facing the Atlantic Ocean, 54 km. north-east of Holguín province. Its warm, quiet waters, turquoise blue in color, are protected by coral reefs, 300 m. into the sea, creating an ideal microclimate for sea life.

  • Chorro de Maita

    Chorro de Maita    Lat:21.08370    Lon:-75.81600   See Google Map

    The largest native funerary area of the Antilles, located right in the centre of a region that was densely populated by Cuban natives up to the 15th Century, is closely related to the archaelogical values of Banes municipality. In this area have been found remains of more than a hundred of those inhabitants. Some of those are exhibited at the museum.

  • Boca de Sama

    Boca de Sama    Lat:21.11537    Lon:-75.76992   See Google Map

    Boca de Sama is a small town mostly inhabited by fishermen, which seems to come out a fairy tale. Whoever arrives at it the way I did, during a winter morning that the whole place seemed to be covered by a sleeping fog, and when silence even enhanced even

  • Banes

    Banes    Lat:20.96972    Lon:-75.71167   See Google Map

    This cosy town also known as the archaeological capital of Cuba, treasures in its territory a historically valued site named Chorro de Maíta, where the largest aboriginal cemetery of the Antilles is located (it is an archaeological site and museum) as well as the Taina village (AldeaTaína). 

  • Macabi

    Macabi    Lat:20.90056    Lon:-75.72583   See Google Map

  • Biran

    Biran    Lat:20.52720    Lon:-75.89670   See Google Map

    Complex with shop, post office, school, hotel and homes where family Castro Ruz used to live. In its rooms you can see family objects and photographs, as well as personal belongings and presents delivered to Fidel Castro by friends, such as writer Gabriel García Márquez. Also, there lie the rests of the parents of the leader of the Cuban Revolution.

  • Antilla

    Antilla    Lat:-20.84861    Lon:-75.75250   See Google Map

    The Municipio of Antilla is one of the twenty two municipios in the province of Oriente, Cuba. This municipio covers a surface of 1,048 square kilometers.

  • Pinares de Mayari

    Pinares de Mayari    Lat:20.48200    Lon:-75.80380   See Google Map

    This plateau is located in Pinares de Mayarí, province of Holguín, and isolated in the altiplano of Nipe with 5 340 hectares. The most important attraction of the park is the contrast of its tropical vegetation with the dense forests of pines, with great groups of plant endemism and an extensive variety of the ornithofauna.

  • Guatemala

    Guatemala    Lat:20.75330    Lon:-75.65048   See Google Map

  • Cayo Saetia

    Cayo Saetia    Lat:20.76667    Lon:-75.51667   See Google Map

    Cayo Saetia is a Marine and Natural Park which provides you with a unique opportunity to enjoy a dazzling flora and fauna. It is also one the busiest migratory bird corridors in the Americas.  

  • Nicaro

    Nicaro    Lat:20.70470    Lon:-75.55060   See Google Map

    Nicaro, city, eastern Cuba. It is situated on Levisa Bay, a nearly landlocked arm of the Atlantic Ocean, at the base of the Lengua de Pájara peninsula. Nicaro is Cuba’s major centre for the refining of nickel and cobalt from nickel oxide,

  • Cayo Mambi

    Cayo Mambi    Lat:20.68333    Lon:-75.28333   See Google Map

    This key is generally characterized by a predominantly rocky substrate, with very little soil, the vegetation is stunted and widely dispersed patches of herbaceous and creeping, which develops in hoquedades of rocks, vegetation complex rocky coast, patch of

  • Moa

    Moa    Lat:20.64000    Lon:-74.91750   See Google Map

    Moa is a municipality and city in the Holguín Province of Cuba.Large nickel deposits located in the Moa area are exploited in part by joint ventures with the Canadian company Sherritt International

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  • Holguin
  • Holguín is one of the provinces of Cuba, the third most populous after Havana and Santiago de Cuba. It lies in the southeast of the country. Its major cities include Holguín (the capital), Banes, Antilla, Mayarí, and Moa. The province has a population of slightly over one million people. Its territory exceeds 9,300 km2 (3,600 sq mi), 25 percent of which are covered by forest. Christopher Columbus landed in what is believed to have been today's Holguín province on October 27, 1492. He declared that it was "the most beautiful country human eyes had ever seen". The Holguín province was established in 1978, when it was split from the Oriente region. Like much of Cuba, Holguín's economy is based around sugarcane, though other crops such as corn and coffee, as well as mining, are also large earners for the province.

    A large cobalt processing plant with shipping facilities was built at Moa, using foreign investment, much of it from Canada. Chromium, nickel, iron and steel plants dot the province as well. The province of Holguín is the third biggest one in Cuba and as the years go by it has become one of the main industrial areas of the island. The beauty of its fields and beaches has turned this province into the third touristic pole of the country. Holguín covers lengthwise the different municipalities which compose it imposing natural parks, such as the Cristóbal Colón Natural Park which, at the same time, hosts perfect natural enclosure for the ecotourism as it can be the Bariay National Monument or the Naranjo Bay Park.

    In the capital city, also named Holguín, you will appreciate a rich architectural structure which goes back to the 19th century, such as La Periquera, the Calixto García Park, the San Isidoro Cathedral or the Julio Grave de Peralta Park, among many other historical places in the city.

    In the city of Gibara, you cannot miss visiting the Villa de Gibara, where it is still preserved its fascinating colonial structure and is kept in good condition the only Stately Home from the colonial age in the whole province of Holguín. This charming Villa hosts each year the Cine Pobre Film Festival, one of the most awaited Gibarense events.

    Other important places are the Finca Mayabe Ranch or La Loma de la Cruz Hill, both close to Holguín. Another important areas are the ones of Birán, birth city of Fidel and Raúl Castro Ruz; or Banes, also known as the archeological capital of Cuba, which counts with imposing archeological remains and with perfect natural spaces to get in touch with nature.

    For the sun and beach lover, along the different areas of Holguín, you have the possibility of enjoying delightful beaches such as Playa Esmeralda Beach, Playa Pesquero Beach or Playa Guardalavaca Beach where you can do different aquatic activities, among many other. You can also visit the Green Reservation Playa de Caletones Beach, in which salty natural pools have created due to old landslides from some galleries.

    The province of Holguín has a huge cultural wealth and samples of this are the ton of events celebrated along the year in institutions such as the Casa de la Trova ‘El Guabayabero’ House, to perpetuate the Cuban music; the Cine Pobre Film Festival in Gibara, or the cultural activities promoted by the different municipalities. Furthermore, among the most outstanding activities of Holguín, you will find the Carnival Festivity, which takes place in the third week of August.

    Tourism has only recently begun to be developed, offering beach resorts in the outskirts of the region, with a number of hotels around the Guardalavaca area, Playa Pesquero, and Cayo Saetia. The Cuchillas del Toa Biosphere Reserve Sierra Cristal National Park and Alejandro de Humboldt National Park are partly located in the province. Recently a large number of tourists are being reported to have had visited the city and its rich culture and beauty