The Cuban archipelago, full of natural wealth, culture and history, contains in its geography a wide variety of tourist attractions for all tastes.
In the case of the traditional sun and beach areas, there is the Varadero spa in the western province of Matanzas, with two tens of kilometers of excellent sea and sand areas.
In addition, there are about 14,000 rooms in 50 hotel facilities, 70 percent of which are category four and five, as well as restaurants, golf courses and marinas.
All this is complemented by a privileged climate and other natural beauties such as cliffs, cays, lagoons and natural parks that make it one of the most important tourist destinations in Cuba.
Meanwhile, the Cuban capital stands in the main square for tourism on the island, supported by its centuries-old history, the existence of beaches of magnificent quality and incredible cultural richness.
It also houses marinas and facilities for all kinds of sports, golf courses, around 30 museums, 10 art galleries and about 20 theaters.
Particularly interesting is the so-called Old Havana, declared a World Heritage Site in 1982 by having important squares, buildings, historical monuments, museums and fortresses of the island's colonial period.
Santiago de Cuba, second city of the country, stands out to the east, with an important historical and cultural heritage, accompanied by museums and fortresses of the colonial era, squares and buildings and ruins of French coffee plantations.
In the central region, Sancti Spiritus is located, with the city of Trinidad as a key piece, being one of the first towns founded in Cuba (1514) and declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
In its surroundings, of great natural beauty, is the Valle de los Ingenios, also World Cultural Heritage, El Ancón beach, located a few kilometers away, and the Sierra del Escambray, a true ecological paradise.
Also in the central part is located Cienfuegos, likewise known as the City of the Sea, founded by French from Louisiana in the year 1819.
In it you can admire parks, theaters, churches, cemeteries filled with sculptural monuments of great value and architectural gems such as Valle Palace and Terry Theater.
In addition, destinations such as Jardines del Rey -a cay area that extends north of the country off the coast of the central provinces- are incorporated.
There are located Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo which have become strong places of Cuban tourism due to the excellent quality of its beaches of coral origin and its almost intact nature.
Special attention is given to Baracoa, Cuba's premier city and the country's first village, founded by Diego Velázquez in 1511 at the eastern end of the island.