The Cuban archipelago, which has a strategic location in the Caribbean Sea, is a fast-growing destination due to its great natural, historic and cultural situation.
The Caribbean Island also offers more than 70,000 square kilometers of insular platform and some 5,000 kilometers of coasts, which are bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
In addition, Cuba's tourist sector has an excellent infrastructure, so that vacationers can combine their vacations with activities aimed at improving their health.
Cuba's natural resources are available to thousands of people who visit the country every year.
In Cuba, tourism is combined with treatments to improve the quality of life, including thalassotherapy, considering that the country is surrounded by water. Thalassotherapy consists of using the marine environment (wind, water and climate) and other resources such as mud, sand and algae, with therapeutic end.
Traditional tourism options are complemented by a hotel infrastructure that provides accommodation, gastronomic offers and extrahotel activities to guests.
In addition, world-renowned establishments like the Hotel Nacional de Cuba are run by foreign chains.
Tourist attractions can also be found on the keys that make up the Cuban archipelago. One of those keys is Cayo Levisa, off Pinar del Río's north coast, which offers three kilometers of excellent beaches and 23 dive site
In central Cuba, tourists can visit the keys Santa María, Las Brujas, Ensenachos, Cobos, Majá, Fragoso, Francés, Las Picúas and Español de Adentro, among others, which are connected by a 48-km causeway over the sea.
A system of canals becomes an aquatic labyrinth between the keys, offering a huge potential for diving programs and nautical activities.
Cayo Saetía, in eastern Cuba, is at the entrance of the Bay of Nipe. It is considered the largest game preserve in the country and is inhabited by a wide range of animal and plant species.
One of the fastest-growing destinations north of Ciego de Avila is the Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens) archipelago.
The main key in that region, Cayo Coco, is the fourth largest islet in the Cuban archipelago. It has an area of 370 square kilometers and offers 22 kilometers of excellent beaches surrounded by mangrove swamps and coconut trees.
In Jardines del Rey, Cayo Guillermo is one of the smallest keys. It has an area of 18 square kilometers. Its exuberant flora includes mahogany, mastic and savin trees.