Central Cuba is characterised by versatile landscapes. One of the most prominent tourist attractions in Central Cuba is the city of Trinidad, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and fascinated its visitors with beautiful colonial architecture.
Trinidad is also referred to as Cuba’s city of museums and takes its visitor on a journey into the past with generous colonial palaces, former sugar refineries and slave huts.
Also the French influenced harbour town of Cienfuegos is worth a visit. Cienfuegos was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its unique Gothic and neoclassical buildings and its extremely well preserved historic city.
Nature at its best can be found in the Escambray Mountains, revolution history in Santa Clara and of course there are also beautiful beaches such as the famous Playa Anacón.
The eastern island group of the Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago (Jardines del Rey) can be accessed through a 30-mile-long causeway or by plane to the Cayo Las Brujas Airport.
Cayo Santa Maria forms the main island of the overall three Cayos and offers a choice of several beautiful beach resorts. Beautiful white beaches and a fantastic underwater world make Cayo Santa Maria a paradise for water sport lovers and visitors seeking relaxation.