Contact usEmail UsCall us +53 7 214 0090
home page >
Speak to our travel consultants

+53 7 214 0090

+53 7 214 0091


CTN House, Calle 31, No. 1411, e/14 y 18
Miramar, Playa, Havana 

Mon - Fri: 8.30 am - 5.15 pm (EST)

Sat: 9.00 am - 12.00 m

Book online or Email Us

Cuba Destinations

From cosmopolitan Havana, through eclectic Santiago to idyllic Baracoa, there’s something in Cuba for just about every type of traveler. Use this page to find the Cuba information you need and choose the destination which best suits your interests. You will find general Cuba info and facts about many places of interest around the island, from the palm-lined beaches of Varadero to the lush scenery of Isla de la Juventud.

Cuba Destinations

Havana, Cuba

Founded in the 16th century by Spanish explorers and clergy, feared and plagued by pirates, and subsequently occupied by the USA prior to the revolution, today Havana – “The City of Columns” – is an ancient capital in a developing country.

Havana Hotels |Flights to Havana |Car Rental Havana |Havana Excursions |Escorted Tours from Havana
Miramar, Cuba

Miramar is one of Havana’s most upscale districts, its stately avenues lined with embassies, mansions, and towering, flowering trees. It hugs the sea and hosts some of the city’s most luxurious hotels.

Miramar Hotels |Car Rental Miramar
Vedado, Cuba

Vedado is the leafy, more modern neighborhood which sprung up when the upper classes started migrating from Habana Vieja and other historic areas. The architecture here is a wonderful mix of Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and modernism.

Vedado Hotels |Car Rental Vedado
East Havana Beaches, Cuba

East Havana Beaches
The beaches east of Havana are known collectively as the "Playas del Este". A string of seven white sand beaches stretching some 50km, it takes only 20 minutes to reach them from downtown Havana.

East Havana Beaches Hotels |Car Rental East Havana Beaches
Centro Habana, Cuba

Centro Habana
Densely populated Central Havana is quintessential urban Cuba: the streets swirl with Habaneros shopping, hustling to work and chatting with neighbors, while kids play marbles and skip rope. This area also has hotels, bars and popular music venues such as the Casa de la Música.

Centro Habana Hotels |Car Rental Centro Habana
Havana Airports, Cuba

Havana Airports
Havana is served by two commercial airports: Jose Martí International, with terminals 1, 2, 3 and 5, and Playa Baracoa Airport.

|Car Rental Havana Airports
Jibacoa, Cuba

Jibacoa feels like a fun, well-guarded secret: located halfway between Varadero and Havana, this white-sand, cliff-backed beach with good snorkeling makes an enchanting stopover after a stay in the capital. And few people know about it.

Jibacoa Hotels |Car Rental Jibacoa
Old Havana, Cuba

Old Havana
Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, Habana Vieja is Cuba’s most popular attraction, explored by almost every visitor. Overlooking Havana Bay, it is one of the hemisphere’s oldest and best-preserved historic city centers and is not to be missed.

Old Havana Hotels |Car Rental Old Havana
Pinar del rio, Cuba

Pinar del rio
Pinar del Río, the most western province in Cuba, boasts two attractions which immediately draw visitors who have just arrived on the island: the UNESCO-crowned Cultural and Human Landscape of the Viñales Valley, and the soil of Vueltabajo which is cultivated with the best tobacco leaves in the world.

Pinar del Rio Hotels |Car Rental Pinar del rio
Vinales, Cuba

Western Cuba, favored by visitors interested in nature tourism, boasts the Valley of Viñales, one of Cuba’s unique attractions for this type of tourism, and with a history said to date back 300 million years.

Viñales Hotels |Car Rental Vinales
Cayo Levisa, Cuba

Cayo Levisa
Three kilometers of outstanding beaches and 23 sites for divers makes Cayo Levisa an excellent spot for those who love scuba diving and the marine environment.

Cayo Levisa Hotels
Las Terrazas, Cuba

Las Terrazas
Cuba’s first eco-tourism project, Las Terrazas is a natural wonderland with lakes, rivers, and sloping hills just an hour from Havana. It’s also an artist enclave where you can visit working studios and chat with artists-in-residence.

Las Terrazas Hotels
Soroa, Cuba

Nestled in the verdant folds of the Sierra del Rosario range west of Havana, Soroa is a wonderful microclimate, making it Cuba’s top orchid growing region. It’s also a popular bird watching destination and magnet for eco-tourists.

Soroa Hotels
Maria La Gorda, Cuba

Maria La Gorda
Considered by divers one of the top ten dive locations in Latin America, María La Gorda, in the Guanahacabibes Biosphere Reserve, is one of Cuba’s most spectacular natural settings. Non-divers enjoy the pristine beach and abundant fauna here.

Maria La Gorda hotels
Cabo San Antonio, Cuba

Cabo San Antonio
For disconnecting from the stress of daily life, Cabo de San Antonio, in the most western extent of Pinar del Río province, is just what the doctor ordered.

Cabo San Antonio hotels
Pinar del Rio City, Cuba

Pinar del Rio City
The city of Pinar del Río is the departure point for visiting the most important tobacco plantations in the world. The vibrant green landscape and the countryside hospitality of the locals are major attractions in themselves.

Pinar del Rio City hotels |Car Rental Pinar del Rio City
Matanzas Province, Cuba

Matanzas Province
Matanzas province, known as the Athens of Cuba, is famous for its many bridges, its architecture, and its music. It’s also known for being the destination you must pass through if you want to relax on the famous beach at Varadero.

Matanzas Hotels |Car Rental Matanzas Province
Bay of Pigs, Cuba

Bay of Pigs
For many people, the ‘Bay of Pigs’ recalls the Cold War. What a pleasant surprise, then, to discover that this area has some of Cuba’s loveliest beaches, superior scuba diving, and a wonderfully diverse national park.

Bay of Pigs Hotels
Matanzas City, Cuba

Matanzas City
Matanzas is known as the cradle of Cuban culture for the beauty of its bay, the Yumurí Valley, and its music. It’s also on the road to the famous beach at Varadero.

Matanzas City Hotels
Varadero, Cuba

Aaaahhh, Varadero. Cuba’s #1 beach destination has the tendency to provoke a reaction of total relaxation. With kilometers of powdery white sand and dozens of all-inclusive resorts, head here to unplug and wind down.

Varadero Hotels |Flights to Varadero |Car Rental Varadero |Varadero Excursions
Cayo Largo, Cuba

Cayo Largo
Cayo Largo, an islet blessed with an almost continuous stretch of pristine beach, satisfies even the deepest cravings for sun, sand, and relaxation. Even the sea turtles agree: the beaches here host egg-laying turtles every season.

Cayo Largo Hotels |Flights to Cayo Largo
Cienfuegos, Cuba

Situated in the southern central region of the island and offering a distinct attraction for tourists including fundamental highlights such as its many water-based activities, and its rich historic and cultural traditions, Cienfuegos province is today included as a must-stop city to visit for those who are touring the country.

Cienfuegos Hotels |Car Rental Cienfuegos
Cienfuegos City, Cuba

Cienfuegos City
Situated in the southern central region of the island and offering a distinct attraction for tourists including fundamental highlights such as its many water-based activities, and its rich historic and cultural traditions, Cienfuegos province is today included as a must-stop city to visit for those who are touring the country.

Cienfuegos City Hotels |Car Rental Cienfuegos City
Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

Sancti Spiritus
Sancti Spíritus Province is essential for any itinerary in Cuba. The conserved colonial city of Trinidad, the white sands of Playa Ancón, the multiple waterfalls and magnificent jungle trails of the Escambray Mountains make the destination very attractive and ideal if you want to get to know the island.

Sancti Spiritus Hotels |Car Rental Sancti Spiritus
Topes de Collantes, Cuba

Topes de Collantes
Topes de Collantes, one of Cuba’s most picturesque and ecologically protected areas, is a natural park in the Sierra del Escambray mountains. For hiking, swimming in waterfalls, or just breathing the fresh mountain air, this is the spot.

Topes de Collantes Hotels
Sancti Spiritus City, Cuba

Sancti Spiritus City
Often overlooked by visitors, this colonial city makes a great destination for getting a taste of local life. Sancti Spíritus’ well-preserved architecture, central park, and iconic Yayabo Bridge make wonderful, unique photo opportunities.

Sancti Spiritus City Hotels |Car Rental Sancti Spiritus City
Trinidad, Cuba

Trinidad is the whole package. It’s Cuba’s best preserved colonial city; it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site; and it’s just 12km from a jaw-dropping beach. In short, it’s a place that’s already on your bucket list (or should be).

Trinidad Hotels |Car Rental Trinidad |Trinidad Excursions
Villa Clara Province, Cuba

Villa Clara Province
With its history, nature and the beauty of its beaches, Villa Clara, in the central region of Cuba, is one of the options favored by travelers for the quality and diversity of its adventures, and the experiences it offers.

Villa Clara Hotels |Car Rental Villa Clara Province
Santa Clara, Cuba

Santa Clara
Santa Clara is a lively provincial city with an attractive central park (Park Vidal). It’s famous for its connection to Ernesto Che Guevara who, in December 1958, directed the attacked on an armored train that belonged to the army of General Fulgencio Batista. This action marked the end of the control of the dictator over the island.

Santa Clara Hotels |Flights to Santa Clara |Car Rental Santa Clara
Remedios, Cuba

There are few cities in Cuba which rival Remedios for colonial charm and access. One of the country’s oldest and quaintest cities, every December 24th, Remedios is transformed into an extra-sensory, all-night carnival with unbelievable fireworks displays.

Remedios Hotels |Car Rental Remedios
Hanabanilla, Cuba

Hanabanilla, considered the only mountainous lake in Cuba, is ideal for nature lovers. It’s found in the area of Manicaragua in Villa Clara province in central Cuba.

Hanabanilla Hotels
Ciego de Avila Province, Cuba

Ciego de Avila Province
Ciego de Ávila province awakens a particular interest in visitors due to its traditional arts and crafts fairs.

Ciego de Avila Hotels |Car Rental Ciego de Avila Province
Moron, Cuba

Morón, known as the City of the Rooster, and the symbol of the city, is found in the north of Ciego de Ávila province in the center of Cuba. It’s an ideal spot to rest before continuing your journey towards Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo.

Moron Hotels
Ciego de Avila City, Cuba

Ciego de Avila City
Ciego de Ávila province awakens a particular interest in visitors due to its traditional arts and crafts fairs.

Jardines del Rey, Cuba

Jardines del Rey
Governor Diego Velázquez named this archipelago Jardines del Rey (The King’s Gardens) in honor of Spain’s Ferdinand the Catholic, in 1514. Now, 500 years later, this island chain hugging Cuba’s northern coast still has new things for you to discover!

Jardines del Rey Hotels |Car Rental Jardines del Rey
Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba

Cayo Santa Maria
The archetypical Caribbean beach with silky white sand and batik blue waters, Cayo Santa María collects several resorts catering to all tastes. You can stroll on the beach here for 10 kilometers, go scuba diving, or simply relax.

Cayo Santa Maria Hotels |Car Rental Cayo Santa Maria
Cayo Guillermo, Cuba

Cayo Guillermo
Cayo Guillermo, a marine wonderland with a spectacular white sand beach, is probably Cuba’s number one sport fishing destination. The deep-sea fishing facilities are good, and several freshwater lakes on the mainland are within reach.

Cayo Guillermo Hotels
Cayo Ensenachos, Cuba

Cayo Ensenachos
Picture your ideal beach. No doubt it has the softest, whitest sand and sapphire waters so clear you can see the ocean floor. A breeze ruffles your beach towel to the sound of whispering palms. Welcome to Cayo Ensenachos.

Cayo Ensenachos Hotels |Car Rental Cayo Ensenachos
Cayo Las Brujas, Cuba

Cayo Las Brujas
‘Good things come in small packages’ according to the old saying, and this beach – one of Cuba’s most beautiful and unspoiled – on Cayo Las Brujas, proves it’s true.

Cayo Las Brujas Hotels |Flights to Cayo Las Brujas
Cayo Coco, Cuba

Cayo Coco
Cayo Coco is a tropical paradise-turned-beach-resort, notable for its preservation and protection of the surrounding ecosystem. It makes a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of today’s world.

Cayo Coco Hotels |Flights to Cayo Coco |Car Rental Cayo Coco
Camaguey Province, Cuba

Camaguey Province
With more than 120 kilometers of mainly virgin beaches, Camagüey — the largest province in Cuba, but the least populated — has enormous potential for tourist development. The province’s capital enjoys the same name as the province and was founded in 1514 by Diego Velázquez as Santa María del Puerto Príncipe. Camagüey is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Cuba.

Camaguey Province hotels |Car Rental Camaguey Province
Camaguey City, Cuba

Camaguey City
A big city with a small town’s heart, Camagüey – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – is a lovely spot to wander (and get lost!) meet locals, and soak up the colonial atmosphere.

Camaguey City Hotels |Flights to Camaguey City |Car Rental Camaguey City
Nuevitas, Cuba

Nuevitas is a municipality and port town in Camagüey Province. The large bay was sighted by Christopher Columbus in 1492, later becoming one of the first settlements of Camagüey city.

Playa Santa Lucia, Cuba

Playa Santa Lucia
An intimate resort area on the north coast of Camagüey province, Santa Lucía Beach is an ideal place for a family vacation, scuba diving and wildlife watching – particularly flamingoes and other water birds.

Playa Santa Lucia Hotels |Car Rental Playa Santa Lucia
Las Tunas, Cuba

Las Tunas
Las Tunas, in northeastern Cuba, is famous for its off-the-beaten track, pristine beaches (Covarrubias) and its strong country folk music and dance traditions.

Las Tunas Hotels |Flights to Las Tunas |Car Rental Las Tunas
Las Tunas City, Cuba

Las Tunas City
The city of Las Tunas, also known as La Victoria de las Tunas, was founded in 1759 but only became a provincial capital in 1975 when Las Tunas was established as a province. Las Tunas is renowned for the large amount of public art – particularly sculptures – scattered around town. Each February, Las Tunas hosts the National Sculpture festival.

Las Tunas City Hotels
Holguin, Cuba

Blessed with a phenomenal coastline and some of the country’s best beaches, Holguín province – the fourth-largest in Cuba – is a classic destination for mixing culture and nature.

Holguin Hotels |Flights to Holguin |Car Rental Holguin
Guardalavaca, Cuba

Guardalavaca’s white sand beaches and rolling hills are superlatively beautiful. Not surprisingly, this stretch of Cuba’s northern coast is home to a burgeoning tourist industry with package holidays now available from England, Canada, Germany and Austria.

Guardalavaca Hotels |Car Rental Guardalavaca
Playa Esmeralda, Cuba

Playa Esmeralda
Playa Esmeralda is protected by extensive coral reefs, cliffs and flourishing tropical vegetation. This beach, which features excellent hotels and services, sits in a large coastal area some 18 kilometers long and with 40 off-shore diving spots.

Playa Esmeralda Hotels |Car Rental Playa Esmeralda
Playa Pesquero, Cuba

Playa Pesquero
Pesquero Beach, on the north coast of Holguín province in Cuba’s east, is one of Cuba’s legendary beaches. When the admiral Christopher Columbus disembarked in this area he called it ‘the most beautiful land that human eyes have seen’.

Playa Pesquero Hotels
Playa Yuraguanal, Cuba

Playa Yuraguanal
Yuraguanal Beach, in eastern Cuba, is in a region famous for its beautiful views and its natural park.

Playa Yuraguanal Hotels
Holguin City, Cuba

Holguin City
Above all, Holguín City is known for two things: the hospitality of its citizens and the multitude of public parks and spaces in which they enjoy the slower pace of their beautiful provincial city.

Holguin City Hotels |Car Rental Holguin City
Gibara, Cuba

Travelers craving an authentic small town Cuban experience will adore Gibara, a seaside town on the northern coast of Holguín province. ‘The White City’, as it’s known, transforms into a movie buff’s idyll each year when the International Low Budget Film Festival rolls into town.

Gibara hotels
Cayo Saetia, Cuba

Cayo Saetia
This small island off the northern coast of Holguín province entices visitors with its varied coastal landscape including gorgeous beaches and reefs, mangroves, and marshes. It also has an exotic animal farm – unique in Cuba.

Cayo Saetia Hotels
Pinares de Mayari, Cuba

Pinares de Mayari
It’s the infrequent tourist that makes it to the extraordinarily diverse and beautiful Pinares de Mayarí area of Holguín province. Those who do however, discover a natural wonderland where hiking, bird watching, swimming and horseback riding are itinerary standards.

Pinares de Mayari hotels
Moa, Cuba

Moa is known around the world for nickel extraction but it’s less known for the richness of its soil, flora and fauna, and the beauty of its rivers and mountains.

Moa Hotels
Granma Province, Cuba

Granma Province
While many destinations vie for the distinction, Granma Province, in Cuba’s southeastern region, is one of the island’s most historically significant. It also boasts an inviting capital, Bayamo, and natural wonders including a volcanic beach.

Granma Hotels |Flights to Granma Province |Car Rental Granma Province
Bayamo City, Cuba

Bayamo City
Bayamo, second village founded in Cuba by Diego Velázquez in 1513, under the name of San Salvador de Bayamo is the capital of the province of Granma. Birdplace of Cuban Nationality, where they first sang the National Anthem of Cuba. Its historic city center was declared a National Monument on October 10, 1978

Bayamo City Hotels
Manzanillo, Cuba

Manzanillo, is a municipality and the second largest city of the Granma province. It is known as the Pearl of Guacanayabo, as it is located along the shores of the Gulf of Guacanayabo, position which has facilitated the economic, social and cultural development of this City.

Manzanillo Hotels
Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

Santiago de Cuba
The province of Santiago de Cuba is a fascinating combination of history, nature, and culture. There are three UNESCO World Heritage sites here and there’s terrific hiking in the Sierra Maestra mountain range.

Santiago de Cuba Hotels |Car Rental Santiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba City, Cuba

Santiago de Cuba City
Known as the ‘Heroic City’, Santiago de Cuba, the island’s second-largest city after Havana, is jam packed with historical sites, traditional music and genuine Caribbean warmth. It’s no wonder some prefer it over all other Cuban cities.

Santiago de Cuba Hotels |Flights to Santiago de Cuba City |Car Rental Santiago de Cuba City |Santiago de Cuba City Excursions
La Gran Piedra, Cuba

La Gran Piedra
La Gran Piedra – The Big Rock – is precisely that: a giant volcanic rock soaring to 1200 meters above sea level in Santiago de Cuba province. It is habitat to an amazing diversity of flora and fauna, making it a brilliant outing for nature enthusiasts.

Guantanamo, Cuba

Guantánamo is the easternmost province of Cuba. It’s a mountainous region with marked climate contrasts, and unique in that you can find the only semi-desert zone on the island here. More than 900 kilometers separate Havana from this area where Baracoa, the First City of Cuba, can be found. The city of Our Lady of the Assumption of Baracoa was founded in 15ll by the Spanish Governor Diego Velázquez and was converted into the first capital and first bishopric of Cuba.

Guantanamo Hotels |Flights to Guantanamo |Car Rental Guantanamo
Baracoa, Cuba

Travelers from around the globe agree: seaside Baracoa is one of Cuba’s friendliest and most captivating towns. Since it could only be accessed via the sea until 1964, it has retained a unique identity, culture and cuisine.

Baracoa Hotels |Flights to Baracoa |Car Rental Baracoa
Isla de la Juventud, Cuba

Isla de la Juventud
Isla de la Juventud (Isle of Youth) has been reborn as an island paradise! It is free of mass tourism and is bountiful with natural resources, both underwater and above sea level. For a long time, until the Triumph of the Revolution, one was sent here as a punishment. Today, it is certainly a reward to visit Isla de la Juventud!

Isla de la Juventud Hotels |Flights to Isla de la Juventud
Live Chat Support Software