The Baracoa Hotel is located alongside the famous seafront promenade in the first city ever founded in Cuba. It provides excellent views of the city, the bay and El Yunque, one of the most important natural attractions in the area.
The Porto Santo hotel is located at one end of the Baracoa Bay, only 3 km (1.8 miles) away from the city, with excellent views on the Bay and the city, and a small beach in the vicinity of which a replica of the famous “Cruz de Parra” (The Grapevine Cross) can be found at the same place where it was planted by Christopher Columbus in 1492.
Villa Las Brujas is located in the Villa Clara Keys in the headland of Punta Periquillo to the northeast of Cayo Las Brujas. It is approximately 41 km from the city of Caibarién over a rocky causeway above the sea, 3 km from the Cayo Las Brujas national airport and 110 km from the Abel Santamaría International Airport in the city of Santa Clara.
Designed especially for divers, although also a wonderful choice for eco-tourists and vacationers looking for a quiet and secluded place. The María la Gorda International Diving Center is located on the westernmost tip of Cuba in the Guanahacabibes peninsula, near Cabo Corrientes.
The Villa is located in the residential area of Vista Alegre, a few minutes from the historical, cultural and commercial center of the hospitable city of Santiago de Cuba, and only 10 km from the International Airport. The natural environment features extensive vegetation and large gardens that allow guests to feel that they are in contact with nature throughout their stay.
The La Marina Plaza & Spa Hotel is located in the heavenly destination of Jardines del Rey on a beautiful islet with a privileged natural environment. Cayo Cruz surprises visitors with the unprecedented beauty of its turquoise sea and a great choice of water sports and activities.
Located on the Pinares Plateau in Mayarí within the Sierra de Nipe and more than 700 meters above sea level. With regard to its flora, it is one of the most interesting regions in Cuba thanks to the richness of its endemic species, with more than 445 different species in a landscape featuring original pine forests, charrascal and evergreen forests, among others. The biodiversity of the fauna includes more than 90 reported species of birds, 21 of them endemic to Cuba.