The Cuban archipelago, a peculiar group of islands in the Caribbean Sea, boasts a wide variety of natural treasures, including excellent beaches, exuberant vegetation and a rich endemic fauna.
In addition, history, tradition and culture go hand in hand to boost the dynamic development of the leisure industry, which attracts thousands of visitors from all continents every year, who are interested in learning about the smallest details about the largest Antillean island.
Kilometers of sandy beaches, bathed by warm and tranquil waters, form part of a unique offer for vacationers, which is complemented by the exquisite Cuban cuisine and the multicolor spectrum of numerous varieties of fruit growing on the island.
Cuban nature, which benefits from a tropical climate, offers a multicolor festival of fruits, whose peculiar smell and unique flavor are an invitation to eat them any time of the day.
Fruits growing in Cuba's soil are richer in vitamins than those cultivated in other latitudes, in addition to the fact that they are abundant, because they mature at different times of the year.
The place of honor par excellence is occupied by the pineapple, which many consider the queen of fruits and Cuba's fields, and is covered by a golden, hard peel that protects its juicy and sweet body.
Experts recommend eating fresh pineapple or drinking its juice after meals, taking advantage of its excellent digestive qualities. Pineapple is also present in many dishes of Cuban traditional cuisine.
Oranges, which arrived in Cuba from Asia, take a major role in the diet of both nationals and foreigners, since many people like to start the day by drinking a delicious glass of orange juice.
Another favorite fruit is the papaya, which is usually consumed naturally, cut in small pieces without any additives, or in juice, due to its delicious sweet flavor.
India's contribution to Cuban agriculture was the mango, which is considered a sacred fruit in that Asian country, and can be found in many forms and varieties with a common denominator, it is an exquisite fruit that can be eaten any time of the day.
Another favorite is the banana, which is present in juices, milkshakes and children's food, with excellent properties that favor growth and the development of the osseous system.
For daily consumption, experts recommend guavas, which were brought from Central America, and are rich in vitamin C, a substance that should be consumed in the right amounts to meet the body's needs.
With this multicolor offer, visitors who bet on Cuba to spend their vacations can enjoy not only traditional options, but also a wide gamut of fruits that will make them remember their stay in the largest Antillean island.