The eastern Cuban province of Holguín is one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the Caribbean Island, due to its many natural and historic attractions, as well as traditions, which draw the attention of thousands of foreign visitors every year.
The region holds 14 major cities, including Banes, which is considered the archeological capital of Cuba, and Banes, which is very attractive due to the excellent state of preservation of its Spanish-style architecture.
The capital city also has many charms, including its peculiar architectural style that combines Spanish constructions and American-style chalets, traditional peripheral neighborhoods and Ibero-American culture.
Many hotels in Holguín are available for foreign vacationers interested in visiting a city that has gained ground as one of Cuba's main tourist destinations.
Villa El Bosque is one of those establishments and is located at a 10-minute drive from downtown Holguín.
The villa offers 23 rooms (single and double) and 49 cabanas equipped with refrigerator, satellite TV, and comfortable and functional furniture.
The establishment, experts say, is a great place to stay in transit to other Cuban destinations; that's why, many foreign travelers stay at Villa El Bosque after a long flight from Europe or the Americas.
Among El Bosque's amenities is the cafeteria La Palma, which is turned into a smorgasbord at dinner time and is highly demanded by guests.
The villa's gastronomic offers are complemented by the restaurant Las Arecas (120 seats) and the bars Piscina – which provides entertainment – and Azul, where children's activities are held.
Villa El Bosque is close to other establishments and sites, such as Taberna Pancho, the Pernik Hotel, and the Major General Calixto García Revolution Square and the nearby Bosque de los Héroes (Heroes' Forest).
The villa's offers are complemented by Cayo Saetía, where tourists can visit a game preserve inhabited by many protected animals, including deer, wild boars, buffaloes, ostriches, peacocks and wild bulls, among others.
Adventure enthusiasts can enjoy beautiful beaches like Guardalavaca, Don Lino, Pesquero and Esmeralda, as well as museums, keys and a wide range of gastronomic options.
Holguín has nearly 60 kilometers of small and big beaches on the Atlantic coast, many of which are as beautiful as the world's most famous beaches.
Vacationers who stay Holguín enjoy an attractive cocktail of beautiful beaches, culture and history that meets the expectations of thousands of foreign tourists who visit that eastern Cuban region every year.