Santa Lucia Beach
The longest coral reef formation in front of the north east coast of Cuba, shelters a 21 km long beach: Santa Lucía, main tourist destination of Camagüey and with a highly preserved ecosystem habitat of important colonies of pink flamingos.
Getting into this territory means excellent beaches, diving sites, sport fishing; and also meeting a city full of history and peculiar splendor; it’s the unique chance of walking among green hills and wet flora, explore caverns or swimming in a labyrinth of almost virgin islands like Sabinal or Caguama.
Santa Lucía de Cuba beach features well equipped hotels and complete services, from restaurants to stores. In the city of Camagüey exist comfortable hotels as well. Located in the north coast of the central and eastern part of Cuba. To the east is the Nuevas Grandes Bay and Las Tunas province, to the west the archipelago of Jardines del Rey and to the South the rest of Camagüey.
Santa Lucía Beach
Parque Ignacio Agramonte
La Merced Church
San Juan de Dios Square
Is the city’s lush “green centre”, with its gardens and monuments, one of which is devoted to Spanish pilots Barberán and Collar. In 1934, they made the historic first flight between Seville and Havana. Nearby is Revolution Square, named after Major General Iganacio Agramonte y Loynaz.
More than just...
Cuba is more than just the largest island in the Antilles.
It is an ontrincate archipielago comprising the main island (about two thirds the size of Florida), the Isle of Youth and about 4,195 key (cayos) and islets.
The combined surface area of these Caribbean land masses is some 110,992 square kilometers and 140 kilometers of...