In Ciego de Avila

In Ciego de Avila

The city, 460km east of Havana and 110km west of Camaguey, has developed as something of an historical halfway house; travellers used it as an overnight watering hole before continuing on to the islands of Trinidad and Santo Domingo in the 19th century.An interesting place to visit is Parque Marti and a few blocks from there it is the Teatro Principal, a 500-seater theatre which is due to undergo further restoration works. This was built by a rich socialite, Angela Hernandez Viuda de Jimenez, who battled to create a cultural mecca in her home town.The Museo Provincial on Calle Jose Antonio Eschevarria is worth a visit if you are interested in the area's role in the struggle to overthrow Batista while the Centro Provincial de Arte building on Calle Independencia may appeal to some. The Casa de la Trova on Libertad No 130 can occasionally deliver a raucous night out.Traffic in the town is almost all horse-driven, and the longest possible journey should only cost a few pesos by pony trap. The town is built on a strict grid system centered on Parque Marti but there are few buildings of note, the most popular meeting place on the square is the Casa de Agua (Water House), which serves free glasses of the local mineral water, as well as homemade refrescos (soft drinks) and fruit juices.

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Islazul Ciego de Avila - Single Room

The privileged location of this hotel, right next to the city center; jeans that guests have easy access to the historical, cultural and natural charms bestowed upon this so called land of the pineapple or land of the queen of fruits. This comfortable tourist facility has a range of services, a choice of recreational options and offers a friendly service to clients. Away from the city, this region offers visitors who like to be active easy access to the northern coastline cays -Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo. These are paradise-like resorts that are the habitat for a host of local plant and animal life. There is also the nearby city of Morón, the Redonda lagoon, ideal for trout fishing, and La Leche lagoon, the largest natural reservoir on the island and, in addition, a range of tourism-related services. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 1 adult + 2 children

Islazul Ciego de Avila - Double Room

The privileged location of this hotel, right next to the city center; jeans that guests have easy access to the historical, cultural and natural charms bestowed upon this so called land of the pineapple or land of the queen of fruits. This comfortable tourist facility has a range of services, a choice of recreational options and offers a friendly service to clients. Away from the city, this region offers visitors who like to be active easy access to the northern coastline cays -Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo. These are paradise-like resorts that are the habitat for a host of local plant and animal life. There is also the nearby city of Morón, the Redonda lagoon, ideal for trout fishing, and La Leche lagoon, the largest natural reservoir on the island and, in addition, a range of tourism-related services. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child

Islazul Moron - Single Room

The hotel is 2 kilometers from downtown Morón, popularly known as the Rooster's City. Just 50 minutes away are the beaches of Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo. Downtown Morón holds some well-preserved buildings of architectural and urban interest. You can also admire the remains of fortresses along the by-path built by the Spanish Army during the second half of the 19th century to stop the advance of the Independent Cuban Army to the western part of the country. In the surrounding large swamps and lagoons north of Morón, there are many opportunities to hunt birds and fish bigmouth black bass. Among the best spots for these sports are Los Aguachales de Falla, Chicola, Canal La Yana and Puente Largo. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 1 adult + 2 children

Islazul Moron - Double Room

The hotel is 2 kilometers from downtown Morón, popularly known as the Rooster's City. Just 50 minutes away are the beaches of Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo. Downtown Morón holds some well-preserved buildings of architectural and urban interest. You can also admire the remains of fortresses along the by-path built by the Spanish Army during the second half of the 19th century to stop the advance of the Independent Cuban Army to the western part of the country. In the surrounding large swamps and lagoons north of Morón, there are many opportunities to hunt birds and fish bigmouth black bass. Among the best spots for these sports are Los Aguachales de Falla, Chicola, Canal La Yana and Puente Largo. Prices per room / breakfast included Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 1 child

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