Eastern Las Tunas province, which many know as the Balcony of Eastern Cuba, is among the regions to be developed for tourism in the country, with great options for foreign investors.
The province holds more than 30 excellent beaches, among which Covarrubias is the most beautiful and is well protected by pristine vegetation.
A coral reef protects the beach of white fine sand and warm crystal-clear water, very close to the Bay of Malagueta, where excellent conditions exist for bird watchers.
The area is protected by a six-kilometer-long coral reef that is 1.5 kilometers from the shore and is a great place for scuba diving and snorkeling.
Among the main tourist attractions of Covarrubias Beach are taking the sun and diving in its warm water, as well as enjoying its sea bottoms where waves are nearly imperceptible.
In addition, the presence of forests and savannas with exuberant fauna and flora is an excellent choice to practice trekking and watch thousands of pink flamencos, as well as endemic and migratory birds.
A tourist attraction that everybody enjoys is Laguna Real, a pink body of water due to the pigmentation of microorganisms that live in it.
Among the places that tourists can explore are the remains of aboriginal settlements of great historic importance in the Caribbean region, in addition to funeral sites and caves that were used as living quarters.
Accommodation is guaranteed at Hotel Villa Covarrubias, an all-inclusive hotel with vast gastronomic offers.
The hotel consists of small groups of bungalows and functional units that are separated by well-defined natural elements.
Due to its environmental character and its proximity to nature, Hotel Villa Covarrubias provides medical consults, massages, mud therapy and acupuncture.
Due to all these, Covarrubias is an area of excellent beaches, as the first option in a region that has gained ground in the dynamic growth of Cuba's tourism industry over the past few years.