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Itineraries in Cuba



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Trindidad was founded by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar in 1514 under the name Villa De la Santísima Trinidad. It is one of the best-preserved cities in the Caribbean, from the time when sugar was the main trade in this place. The remnants of slavery and the colonial period are the  the main attraction for visitors and the very reason the prestigious UNESCO has given the city and the surrounding area most directly interested in the cultivation of sugarcane (Valle de los Ingenios).

It was founded in 1514 by Diego Velázquez de Cuéllar, obtaining the title of city by Charles V in 1522. From its harbor sailed two major expeditions: in Mexico (1518) and Florida (1538). Soon became the main center of Cuba, it was replaced as capital of the island from Havana in 1553. It keeps several Iberian vestiges of colonization, including the cathedral, several administrative buildings and residences of the governors. It was badly damaged by two earthquakes, in 1675 and in 1679.

Jardines de la Reina (English: Gardens of the Queen) is an archipelago in the southern part of Cuba. It is located in the Caribbean Sea, between the Gulf of Ana Maria (north-west), Gulf of Guacanayabo (south) and Caballones Channel (west). It extends on a general north-west to south-east direction, paralleling the Cuban coast for 150 km (93 mi) from Cayo Breton to Cayos Mordazo. Cuba's second largest archipelago (smaller only than Jardines del Rey), it is formed by more than 600 cays and islands. Other cays in the archipelago include Caguamas, Cayos Cinco Balas, Cayo de Las Doce Leguas, Cayo Anclitas, Cayo Algodon Grande, Cayos Pingues and Cayo Granada.

Isla de la Juventud ("Isle of Youth") is the second-largest Cuban island and the seventh-largest island in the West Indies. Little is known of the pre-Columbian history of the island, though a cave complex near the Punta del Este beach preserves 235 ancient drawings made by the native population. The island first became known to Europeans in 1494 during Christopher Columbus's second voyage to the New World. Columbus named the island La Evangelista and claimed it for Spain; the island would also come to be known Isla de Cotorras ("Isle of Parrots") and Isla de Tesoros ("Treasure Island") at various points in its history.

Cienfuegos is located on the southern coast of Cuba, capital of the province. It is located about 250 km from the capital Havana and has a population of about 150,000 inhabitants. The city is known as La Perla del Sur.

The city lies at the bottom of a bay, which lies at the entrance of the fortress of Jagua (full name Castillo de Nuestra Señora de los Angeles de Jagua), built in 1745 as protection against pirates in the Caribbean.

Cayo Largo del Sur, known simply as Cayo largo, is a natural paradise where you can feel a little like Robinson Crusoe on a deserted remote island far away from city life! A almost virgin island for people who like nature and are looking for a non-commercial quiet place away from massive tourism. Cayo Largo is unique in many ways!
There is a real easy-going, down-to-earth and friendly atmosphere in Cayo Largo, this is probably why the destination has also always been known to be gay friendly and one of the rare places in Cuba where you'll find clothing optional beaches to enjoy "Au naturel" sunbathing. Live and let live! That's the spirit!

Itineraries Cuba



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