In Baracoa

In Baracoa

Baracoa was the first settlement that the Spanish conquistadors founded in Cuba (in 1512). Here, visitors to Cuba's easternmost province, Guantánamo, have the chance to enjoy some of the most attractive and best-preserved scenery in the Antilles, in addition to the customs and traditions of its hospitable inhabitants. Baracoa's mountains and many rivers and streams, which come rushing down to the sea, form an enticing natural setting to which historic and cultural elements contribute their own attractions. La Farola - the road leading to the city - will wet your appetite for adventure. Baracoa, located in the easternmost part of Cuba, has become one of the top tourist attractions in the province of Guantánamo. Coconut and cacao plantations are plentiful near Baracoa, but it has some unique attractions too, such as the Cruz de la Parra, which Christopher Columbus erected in 1492 - one of 29 crosses he left in Hispanic America. Natural scenery: The Alejandro de Humboldt National Park (in the Cuchillas del Toa Biosphere Reserve); The Paso de Alemanes (Germans' Pass), the Yumurí River Valley, Boma and Mata Bays and the view from the natural terraces in the municipality of La Máquina, offer you a scenery that will make your truly memorable vacation.

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Villa Maguana - Double Room

Villa Maguana, small, intimate and kindly, that way is this villa typically Cuban that raises itself at shore of the sea and is escorted by mountains. Villa Maguana offers to the a placid and quiet stay among the abundance of tropical trees and plants, the everlasting sound and fragrance of the sea conjugated with soft sea breezes. It is locate 20 km outside Baracoa City travelling by the road to Moa, it is in an isolate, quiet and pacific cove totally private. Villa Maguana offers you about 2 kilometers of white sand beaches about 15 and 20 wide, the most important is Playa Maguna with a coral reef about 180 m from the coast. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child

$92.00
Porto Santo - Double Room

Porto Santo Hotel is located in a side of Baracoa Bay at three Km of the city. This beautiful hotel has excellent visuals of the Bay and the city, apart from that it has a small beach and a replica of the famous "Cruz de la Parra", in the same place that was planted by Christopher Columbus in 1492. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child (only one extra bed per room is available)

$76.00
El Castillo - Double Room

Castillo hotel is located on a hill that is sighted from any point of the city, with excellent visuals of Baracoa and its environment. The hotel is a historical place, its construction dates from the 18th century when it was an Spanish fortress  called "Castle Ceboruco or Santa Bárbara" the fortress was built to defend the city from the attacks of corsairs and pirates, then it became the Rural Watch's general barracks until the victory of the revolution in 1959. Prices per room / breafast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child (only one extra bed per room is available)

$76.00
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