In Las Tunas

In Las Tunas

City of Las Tunas City of Las Tunas Sculpture Fountain of the Antilles First church Park Park Colonial patio Recently included in the international tourism scenario of the largest of the West Indies, the province of Las Tunas covers 6 584 km2 of the northeastern portion of the Island and has more than 35 absolutely virgin beaches in its 265 kilometers of irregular coasts. The production of sugar and the cattle raising activity are the two main economic pillars of this territory, of which there are historic references since 1510. The region started to be slowly populated only after the second half of the XVIII century. The city of Las Tunas was founded in 1759 and constitutes today a city that is considered the capital of sculpting in Cuba, since there are in its little more than 600 km2 of surface some 70 monumental and environmental works. There are many places of importance in this province that are closely related to the Cuban war of independence started in the XIX century.

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Brisas Covarrubias - Double Room - all inclusive

Brisas Covarrubias is situated on Punta Covarrubias in northern Las Tunas province. It has 122 comfortable rooms in a series of 2 and 3 story villas, plus 1 specialist room for people with disabilities. All inclusive features include buffet breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks daily, unlimited domestic rum based drinks, national beer, soft drinks available from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m, activities program, entertainment, kayaks, windsurfing, catamarans. Four kilometres of white, sandy beach with the amazing blue/green multi-hued sea that is the Caribbean and a coral reef are the main attractions here. At Brisas Covarrubias topless swimming is permitted! Scuba diving at a selection of 12 diving sites, and fishing trips are available. Ideal for a quiet, peaceful vacation. Prices per room / all inclusive Maximum occupancy: 2 adults + 2 children

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