Cuba is a beautiful exciting island in the Caribbean with something for everyone. Cuba is a long narrow island with Cabo de San Antonio as its most western point and Punta de Maisi at its most eastern point. Apart from it’s beautiful beaches and historic monuments, the island is blessed with seven amazing cities dating from the 15th century, dramatic mountains, unspoilt valleys, fascinating tobacco and sugar cane plantations, a vast array of flora and fauna and last but by no means least the friendly welcoming people of the island. Cuba is simply all about style; from
The Cayos of Cuba are the ideal location for relaxing beach holidays where you can get away from it all in peaceful surroundings. They include Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo, Cayo Largo, Cayo Santa Maria, Cayo Las Brujas, Cayo Ensenachos and Cayo Levisa.
With nearly 15 miles of beautiful white sandy beaches, stunning coral reefs, pink flamingos and amazing marine life, Cayo Coco is located on the eastern side of Cuba, just 7 miles from the Jardines del Rey International Airport. Here you can snorkel on the world’s second largest reef, visit El Bago Nature Park, swim with dolphins, go deep sea fishing, horse ride along the beach and dance the night away to the rhythm of the salsa on your package holidays to Cuba. Read more »
Located on the beautiful island of Cuba, Varadero is a popular choice for great value for money beach holidays. The resort is considered to be one of the best Caribbean destinations for glorious beaches, well-priced hotels and lively nightlife. If you are looking for bargain holidays, quality accommodation with swimming pools and easy access to the best Caribbean beaches then you need look no further than Varadero. The resorts of Varadero are perfect for family holidays, cheap all-inclusive holidays and romantic luxury holidays at any time of the year.
Famous throughout the Caribbean, the Varadero beaches offer soft white sand, swaying palm trees and warm crystal clear azure waters. Varadero is well placed for exploring Cuba’s tiny islands with beautiful desert island beaches. Water sports are plentiful and include scuba diving, snorkelling, jet-skiing, aquabiking, windsurfing, parasailing, sailing, yachting and kayaking. Read more »
The amazing island of Cuba offers some of the best diving opportunities in the Caribbean. With crystal clear warm waters, good currents, unspoilt reef systems and a vast array of marine life the diving here is exceptional. Sharks, whale sharks, rays, morays, giant grouper, colourful schools of fish, beautiful corals and sponges and much more is on offer when you take a diving holiday to Cuba.
Cuba has the second largest barrier reef system in the world which sits in clear warm waters. Sea temperatures range from 25C in January to 29C in August. Divers of all levels will love the fascinating macro-life, soft corals, underwater caves, walls, wrecks, cenotes and swim-throughs which together with the natural beaches, islands and cays make a diving holiday to Cuba just perfect. Check out this website where we found lots of great deals to Cuba. Read more »
The remote, sleepy town of Baracoa (Aboriginal for Land of the Waters) is located on the northern coast of Guantanamo Province, 88 miles from Santiago de Cuba. The town curves around the wide Honey Bay (Bahia de Miel) which is lined with beautiful sandy beaches. It is here that Christopher Columbus landed in 1492 and is Cuba’s first settlement and the country’s original capital city. Very much like Santiago de Cuba,
Baracoa has a French influence, which is due to settlers from Haiti. This quiet town has some interesting architecture, including houses which date from the 19th century, Matachin Fort which is now a museum of local history and La Punta Fort which is now a restaurant. Baracoa parish church (Catedral de Nuestra de la Asuncion) is home to the Parra Cross, the only remaining cross of 29 that Columbus erected on shore during his voyages. Read more »
When people think of Cuba, they usually think of beautiful sandy beaches, culture and history. However there is so much more to this amazing Caribbean paradise than you can imagine and so much to do on your holiday packages to Cuba.
The warm waters of the Caribbean have a yearly average temperature of 24C which is ideal for divers of all abilities from beginners to the more experienced. Crystal clear waters offer superb visibility of the marine life and corals in the underwater haven. Divers can expect to see dozens of species of fish, moray eels, squid, octopus, barracuda, rays and even sharks. Shipwrecks, caves and night dives offer a varied programme to your exciting Cuban diving experience. Read more »
Cuba is located in the northern Caribbean where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. Situated to the south of the USA and the Bahamas, east of Mexico, to the west of Haiti and the Turks and Caicos Islands and north of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Cuba has a great choice of beautiful sandy beaches and attractions. Thousands of people visit Cuba every year for their summer package holidays and for their winter sun holidays.
There are many attractions in Cuba, from the old colonial town of Havana to the Che Guevara Monument at Santa Clara to the vibrant town of Trinidad. Away from the towns, cities and beaches of Cuba there are some amazing natural attractions to explore, including biosphere reserves, national parks, mountain ranges and some stunning valleys with magnificent scenery just waiting to be discovered. Read more »
The heart of Cuba beats in its capital Havana where beautifully restored classic 1950′s American cars glide slowly past shabby colonial buildings. Apart from its iconic capital Cuba has so much to offer, from magnificent sandy beaches to wild jungle and cities brimming with history and
Covering nearly 80 square miles, Topes de Collantes (Collantes Highs) is a nature reserve park in the Escambray Mountain range in Cuba, 3 miles above the city of Trinidad. At nearly 2,600ft above sea level it is the third highest peak in the range with San Juan peak at 3,740ft and Potrerillo
peak at 3,054ft higher. The Escambray Mountain range spreads across three provinces; Villa Clara to the north, Cienfuegos to the east and Sancti Spiritus to the west. The north face of the mountains are home to a variety of plants and animals while the much drier south face is home to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Trinidad City and Valle de los Ingenios (Valley of the Sugar Mills). Read more »
The island of Cuba is located in the Caribbean, between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The United States and the Bahamas lie to the north of Cuba, Mexico to the west, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands to the south and the Dominican Republic and Haiti to the southeast.
Cuba is a popular Caribbean destination for direct holidays, particularly with nature lovers due to its well preserved ecosystems, amazing landscapes and its huge array of flora and fauna. The Cuban archipelago is home to more than 6,500 species of higher plants (50 percent of which are native), 650 vertebrates including 350 species of birds and more than 14,000 species of invertebrates. Cuba is also home to the world’s smallest bird, the bee hummingbird and the world’s smallest frog which is just 12 millimetres long. Read more »