Holguin represents one of the wealthiest sceneries of Cuban nature. High mountains, fertile prairies and beaches with fine sands cover this province’s landscape with singular beauty and multiple attractions. It was in this region of Cuba (Bariay) where Admiral Christopher Columbus disembarked in 1492, and he was fascinated by its beauty.
Holguin’s beaches are described as some of the most picturesque ones in the Caribbean. Their warm, quiet and turquoise waters, with the natural protection provided by coral reeves, are an active recommendation to take sun baths in Cuba. They are surrounded by thick vegetation, with an intense green color that creates a fabulous contrast with the golden-white tone of the sand and light blue of the sea.
Holguin city gives you an assorted entertainment offer. Touring it, visiting the coast city of Gibara, learning elements related to the native culture in Banes, exploring the forests and discovering the charms of Bahia de Naranjo Park, admiring nature on Saetia Cay or practicing trekking in Pinares de Mayari, are some of the most interesting options.
Holguin is located in the northern side of Cuba’s eastern region, between Las Tunas and Guantanamo, to the west and east, respectively. It shares borders with Granma and Santiago de Cuba in the south and is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the north.
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