Cuba's main cities and destinations.

We guarantee find a particular house in the mains cities Cuba: Habana, Pinar del Rio, Matanzas, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Camaguey, Holguin, Santiago de Cuba and Baracoa.


Nature destinations.

Private lodging in Casas Particulares in all nature destinations in Cuba. Experience and learn about the process of Tabaco in Valle de Viñales and enjoy guided bird watching and scuba diving in the Peninsula de Zapata National Park.


Beach destinations

Casas Particulares on the beaches of Guanabo(East Habana), Varadero or at Playa Larga in the Bay of Pigs.


Activities in cuba: watching birds, dive, fly fishing...

Enjoy beaches, bird watching, hiking, sports fishing, scuba diving and much more, while staying at one of our Casas Particulares on the island.


Our service

Our service is reliable and personal. Online reservations are not common in Cuba, that is why we guarantee a fast reply within 24 hours of your request. We have direct contact with our Casa Particular owners who will honor your reservation if it has been confirmed. You will never feel loss with our services; once you have reserved a room, we will give you all the information needed and will be ready to answer any questions.


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  1.  Regions of Cuba in Brief

      • Cuba is probably the most intensely diverse island destination in the Caribbean, with everything from standard fun-in-the-sun beach resort getaways to colonial city circuits, myriad land and sea adventure opportunities, tobacco and classic-car theme tours, and a wide array of cultural and artistic offerings. There's a lot to see and do in Cuba, and most travelers will have to carefully pick and choose. This section will provide you with descriptions of the country's regions, along with itineraries that will help you get the most from your visit.
        Cuba is the westernmost and largest of the entire chain of Caribbean islands, located at the convergence of the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic Ocean just 145km (90 miles) south of Florida. They say that Cuba -- if you use your imagination -- looks something like a crocodile: The head is in the east, a line of small islands form the ridges along its back, the Sierra Maestra national park forms the front legs, the Zapata Peninsula forms the rear legs, and Pinar del Río province is the tail. Cuba is in fact a closely linked string of archipelagos, made up of more than 4,000 separate little islands and cays.
        Cuba's two major cities, Havana and Santiago de Cuba, are port cities with large protected harbors. Most of the island's other principal cities lie along its centerline, either right on or just off the Autopista Nacional (National Hwy.), the country's principal trade and transportation route.

        Havana & Playas del Este

        Havana is Cuba's capital and the country's most important cultural, political, and economic hub. With a wealth of museums, antique buildings, old forts, the Malecón seaside promenade, and modern restaurants, clubs, and cabarets, Havana is one of the liveliest and most engaging cities in Latin America. Just east of the city center are some 15km (9 miles) of very respectable white-sand beach, the Playas del Este. While nowhere near as stunning as some of Cuba's more celebrated beach destinations, the Playas del Este are certainly a suitable alternative, either as a base for exploring Havana or as an easily accessible place for sun, sand, and sea.

        Viñales & Western Cuba

        Comprising the new province of Artemisa and the most western province of Pinar del Río, western Cuba is a wonderfully rustic region of farms and forests, flanked by some beautiful and relatively underpopulated beaches. The only real city in the province, Pinar del Río, is of limited interest on its own, but it serves as a gateway to Viñales and the Vuelta Abajo, Cuba's premiere tobacco-growing and cigar-manufacturing region. Just north of Pinar del Río, Viñales is a pretty little hamlet in an even prettier valley, surrounded by stunning karst hill formations. Viñales is Cuba's prime ecotourist destination, with great opportunities for hiking, bird-watching, mountain biking, and cave exploration. On the far western tip of the island sits the tiny resort of María la Gorda, home to some of the best scuba diving in Cuba. Lying off the southern coast of this region in the Caribbean Sea are the island destinations of Isla de la Juventud, one of Cuba's top premiere scuba-diving destinations, and Cayo Largo del Sur, another long stretch of dazzling and isolated white sand.

        Varadero & Matanzas Province

        Matanzas is Cuba's second-largest province and home to its most important beach destination, Varadero. Boasting some 21km (13 miles) of nearly uninterrupted white-sand beach, Varadero is Cuba's quintessential sun-and-fun destination, with a host of luxurious all-inclusive resorts strung along the length of this narrow peninsula. In addition to Varadero, Matanzas province is home to the colonial-era cities of Matanzas and Cárdenas.
        In the southern section of the province is the Ciénaga de Zapata, a vast wetlands area of mangrove and swamp, renowned for its wildlife-viewing, bird-watching, and fishing opportunities. This is also where you'll find the Bahía de Cochinos (Bay of Pigs), where the nascent Cuban revolutionary state defeated an invasion force trained, supplied, and abetted by the United States. The beaches of Playa Girón and Playa Larga serve as a base for access to some of Cuba's best scuba diving. Playa Girón also possesses, arguably, the most stunning colorful waters in Cuba.

        Trinidad & Central Cuba

        Beginning with the provinces of Villa Clara and Cienfuegos, and including the neighboring province of Sancti Spíritus, central Cuba is the start of the country's rural heartland. Vast regions of sugar cane, tobacco, and cattle ranges spread out on either side of the Autopista Nacional, which more or less bisects this region as it heads east.
        Trinidad is perhaps Cuba's quintessential colonial-era city, with beautifully maintained and restored buildings set on winding cobblestone streets. The cities of Santa Clara, Cienfuegos, and Sancti Spíritus are considered lesser lights on the tourism circuit, but all have ample charms of their own. Santa Clara is a lively university town, and is considered the "City of Che Guevara," with its massive memorial to the fallen revolutionary leader. To the north of Santa Clara lie the tiny and utterly charming colonial city of Remedios and the beautiful beach resorts of la Cayería del Norte. Cienfuegos is a charming port town with the country's second-longest seaside promenade. Sancti Spíritus is one of the original seven villas of Cuba, with some wonderful old historic churches and buildings, and a more natural feel than you'll find in other more touristy towns.

        Camagüey & Northeastern Cuba

        This section of mainland Cuba is little more than a string of rural towns and small cities, anchored by two colonial-era cities. This is Cuba at its quietest, stuck in time and in no rush to break free. However, off the northern coast here lie a series of modern beach resorts built on long stretches of soft and silvery white sand, connected to the mainland by a long narrow causeway that seems to barely skirt the surface of the sea. The sister resort islands of Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo are two of the finest and most popular resort destinations in Cuba. Several less-developed beach resorts stretch east along the coast on the string of islands making up the Archipiélago de Camagüey, better known as the Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens). The cities of Ciego de Avila and Camagüey are seldom explored colonial-era cities. The latter, in particular, has loads of charms and attractions, and is being restored to highlight much of its former glory. North of Camagüey is the tiny but growing beach resort of Santa Lucía. It's best known for its excellent scuba diving, offering a chance to dive with bull sharks.

        El Oriente

        For most of the country's history, the whole eastern end of Cuba was known as El Oriente. Today, it is comprised of four separate provinces: Holguín, Granma, Santiago de Cuba, and Guantánamo. This is a large region with a host of gorgeous natural attractions, highlighted by the mountains of the Sierra Maestra -- a mecca for naturalists and adventure travelers as well as those looking to follow in the revolutionary footsteps of Fidel and Che -- and the very beautiful beaches of Guardalavaca, yet another of Cuba's premier beach resort destinations, with unimaginably fine white sand and calm turquoise waters. Of the cities here, only Santiago de Cuba is a tourist draw in its own right, although visitors to Holguín, Bayamo, or Baracoa will experience Cuba at its most authentic.

        Santiago de Cuba

        This is Cuba's second largest city. Set between the Sierra Maestra mountains and the sea, Santiago is a vibrant city with a rich artistic and cultural heritage. Santiago is considered the heart of Cuba's Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean heritage, which is expressed in the music, dance, and religion you'll find here. Santiago's Carnival celebrations are by far the best in Cuba, and some of the best in the entire Caribbean.
        The city itself has a charming colonial-era center and a host of interesting museums and attractions, including José Martí's tomb and mausoleum, the original Bacardí rum factory, and the impressive Castillo del Morro protecting the city's harbor. Nearby sites worth visiting include the El Cobre shrine to the island's patron saint, La Virgin de Caridad, and the Gran Piedra, a massive rock outcropping allowing for great hiking and views.

Mains Havana destinations

The capital city of Cuba. Habana Vieja (old Havana), musea, theatres, scrumble the streets of Centro Havana, Vedado, Miramar and the Malecon. At Playas del Este, east of Havana and about 20 minutes by taxi, you will find Havana's beaches


Founded in 1519, the Capital City of Cuba is the cultural, scientific, economic and political heart of the country, as well as the most cosmopolitan city and the most demanded destination in Cuba.
Havana Vieja

Habana Vieja

La Habana Vieja - old Havana - founded in 1607 is a ripe seventeenth and eighteenth century higgle of market squares, lush courtyards, colonnaded arcades, fountains, churches, lofty beamed ceilings, old lamps and shady benches almost untouched since the high-days of Spanish colonial power.


Miramar, a suburb of elegant pre and post-war villas with closely cropped lawns and waving coconut palms. Miramar is so nice, in fact, that almost all of the houses are occupied by embassies, foreign companies or Cuban government organisations.

Mains nature destinations



Lovely little tabaco farmers town in a beautiful nature. One of the must-visit places in Cuba. Nature hikings, horseback riding and perfect to mingle with locals.
Playa Larga, bahía de cochinos

Ciénaga de Zapata

Playa Larga is also a good place to come to explore the Parque Nacional Ciénaga de Zapata, also known as Parque Natural Montemar, a bird lover's paradise. There are 21 endemic species of birds inside the park, options to dive, sports fishing and more.
Playa Giron

Playa Giron

Playa Girón is isolated and small with little entertainment or nightlife. A stay of a few nights would be plenty to explore the area, visit the Bay of Pigs museum and take advantage of the scuba diving and snorkelling.

Mains beaches destinations

Varadero, Cuba


Varadero is the most popular "sun, sea and sand" destination in Cuba due to its more than 20-kilometer-long beach of fine white sand and waters colored by the widest range of blues. Varadero features some of the best Cuba Hotels in the island.
Guanabo, Habana

Guanabo, Habana

To the east of Havana on the north coast, a 15 minute drive from central Havana on a reasonable dual-carriageway, lie 10 miles of white beaches, the Playas del Este: Havana's riviera. Guanabo, east of Havana and about 20 minutes by taxi, you will find Havana's beaches.
Playa Larga, Bay of Pigs

Playa Larga

About 200 m. west along the beach from Playa Larga is the International Octopus Club Diving Center, offering full scuba facilities. In these turquoise-blue waters dwell a wide variety of fish, sea fans and huge colonies of crabs, lobsters and barracudas.

Most popular destinations

Centro Habana

Centro Habana

You have to go to Centro to get real atmosphere, however. The best way from Vieja is to walk up Obispo, a narrow pedestrian street which begins in the south-west corner of Plaza de Armas.


Matanzas, 20 min. to Varadero. When in Varadero a nice city to visit to get a bit feeling of how the real Cuba is. But also worth to stay a night in a casa particular.


Cienfuegos City. French historical city at a bay and close to the beach. Lovely place to stay 2 or 3 days.

Best turistics destinations

Trinidad de Cuba


Trinidad de Cuba. An absolute must! On UNESCO's list because of its colonial history. Stunning outdoor nightlife, nature and beach. The town of Trinidad, 67 km southwest of Sancti Spíritus and 80 km east of Cienfuegos, reached its peak during the 19th-century sugar boom and seems to have been forsaken by history... Trinidad has it all.
Santiago de Cuba

Santiago de Cuba

Home of rum and revolution, Santiago de Cuba has a unique, enigmatic appeal and is one of the most interesting regions in the country. The second-largest city in Cuba is distinctive in mood and teems with sites of historical. Santiago de Cuba, the city of music and history, beach too but not that stunning as the other famous beaches.


Five centuries have passed, but the place has lost none of the exquisite beauty that so impressed Columbus. The town itself looks and feels antique, with its little fortresses and streets lined with venerable wooden edifices, rickety and humbled with age, with red-tiled eaves supported on ancient timber frames.

Cuba Weather, climate and geography

Weather and climate

Best time to visit:

Hot, sub-tropical climate all year. Most rain falls between May and October and the hurricane season officially runs from July to November, with most storms historically occurring in October and November. Humidity varies between 75% and 95%. Cooler months are January to April when the least rain falls.

Required clothing:

Lightweight clothes most of the year; the high humidity makes it unwise to wear synthetics close to the skin. A light sweater is advisable even during the hottest months for installations with air conditioning (e.g. the Viazul bus which is always frigid) and a heavier sweater or jacket for December through March when cold fronts can drop the mercury to 10 degrees Celsius. Light waterproofs are advisable all year round.


Cuba is the largest Caribbean island, about the size of England, and the most westerly of the Greater Antilles group, lying a mere 145km (90 miles) south of Florida. A quarter of the country is fairly mountainous. West of Havana is the narrow Sierra de los Órganos, rising to 750m (2,461ft) and containing the Guaniguanico hills in the west. South of the Sierra is a narrow strip of 2,320 sq km (860 sq miles) where the finest Cuban tobacco is grown. The Sierra de Escambray and Montañas de Guamuhaya behind Trinidad in the centre of the country rise to 1140m (3,740ft) Encircling the port of Santiago are the rugged mountains of the Sierra Maestra. A quarter of the island is covered with mountain forests of pine and mahogany. Cuba has few rivers of note, the exception being the Río Cauto in the east. The country has 3735km (2321 miles) of coastline and thousands of offshore islands.

Cuba Food and Drink

Surprisingly for an island so rich in marine life, fish and seafood rarely top the menu - most seafood is exported. Cuisine is a mix of Spanish and Afro-Caribbean, heavily reliant on rice, beans, chicken and pork. Depending on the season, fresh vegetables may be hard to come by - as a rule, the hotter the month, the more limited the selection. Furthermore, flavours are limited by the lack of available herbs and spices and many visitors are surprised that Cubans shun spicy food of all kinds. Food preparation relies heavily on the frying pan and deep fat fryer. Some of the best cooking, and often an illegal lobster or two, is found in paladares (small, private restaurants). In state-run establishments, service can be painfully slow and sometimes even surly.


Soup made of chicken or black beans.

Congrís (black beans and rice known locally as Moors and Christians).

Chicken or pork with rice, or French fries.

Plantains, fried.

Fish in coconut milk (in the Baracoa area only).

Regional drinks:

Mojito (potent national cocktail made from rum, soda water, crushed mint, lime juice, and chopped ice)

Daiquiri (blended cocktail of rum, ice, sugar, lime juice, and a dash of maraschino)

Guarapo (sugar cane juice)


Cafe Cubano (espresso)

Information so important!

This is a legal and free service?

Yes, we are a legal and free of charge (no online payments) service, no hidden fees, with connection with the owner of the house you choice and all casas(houses) registered like Taxpayer in Cuban Tax Office.

Legal note!!!

All Casas shown are Legal Services registered as Cuban Taxpayer (in Cuba Taxs Office ONAT) by pertinent Licences

How to identify legal Casas registered in Tax Office?

Seal TaxpayerCheck this seal on the door or wall outside (Seal identify legal service)

How to pay?

No online payments. No hidden fees. The payment will be done once you arrive your destination, directly to the Casa Owners

The prices are per room per night

Max Adults per room depend of Casa rules

All prices and informations given to you directly from Casa Owners

From your country:

If you are reading this information is because surely you have reserved with us a Casa Particular in Cuba. We will take this opportunity to pass along some valuable information that we have acquired through years of work in tourism.

If you have reserved a Casa Particular with plenty of time in advance, be sure to confirm your stay around 10 days before your arrival. Nonetheless, we will send you an email reminding you to do so.

In case you’re travel plans have changed and you are no longer going to stay in a Casa you have reserved, or your dates change, please inform us of this change through our website.

In case your flight is delayed, your hosts at the Casa Particular reserved will be waiting for you.

At the airport.

Upon your arrival at the airport in Cuba, immigration control will ask for:

Your passport and visa of entry to Cuba.

Confirmation of flight out of Cuba.

Insurance of Medical assistance. (We recommend you obtain this before leaving home, otherwise you can buy one at the airport).

Confirmation of Casa Particular in Cuba. If you are staying in a Casa Particular you will need to provide the name of owner and address. The Casas that we advertise here are properly authorized to host tourists, therefore you will have no problems.

There are no fees or taxed to pay at the airport for staying at a Casa Particular.


Leaving immigration control you should collect your luggage. There are two conveyor belts and both can be used to transport luggage from the same flight. Therefore pay close attention to both belts to avoid loosing or confusing luggage.

You must not pay for over-weight luggage if it is under 30 kg.

Currency exchange:

In the airport you will find an official currency exchange office (CADECA). We recommend you change currency here before leaving the airport as you will need Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC) to pay the taxi.

Getting to your Casa Particular:

If you wish for a taxi to pick you up at the airport, please contact us requesting this service and a driver will be waiting for you. The price from the airport to anywhere in Habana (capita city) is 25 CUC. The minimum fare for Guanabo (Playas del Este) is 40 CUC. For other destinations settle on a price with the driver before leaving the airport.

If you wish to take a taxi, we suggest the following:

Official taxis are waiting outside the arrival gates. Don’t accept a ride from drivers offering inside the airport gates, these tend to be illegal and overpriced. Take one of the official taxis and take into account the prices mentioned above.

Don’t allow the driver to change destination, hotel or Casa Particular. Again, it might be an illegal Casa (without working license) or you might take unnecessary risks.

Make sure you have arrived at your reserved Casa Particular, the owners should be waiting for you and know your name.

Some taxis may trick tourists into taking another Casa (for their benefit) by saying that the casa you reserved is full. Make sure of this by personally talking to the owner of the casa you reserved once you arrive.

Arriving at your Casa Particular:

The Casas that we advertise on our website have all legal requirements and security conditions to assure you will have a confortable and peaceful visit.

The owner of the Casa Particular will require your passport and visa documentation upon your arrival. This is a regular registration procedure that all Casas must follow. The fee for your stay must be paid directly to the owner of the Casa in cash and CUC currency (Cuban convertible pesos), they might accept another currency but this is very rare.

In cuba, tourists MUST stay at a hotel or a registered Casa Particular. Staying at friends or unauthorized Casas is illegal and could pose problems for you when exiting the country.


In the airport you will find an official currency exchange office (CADECA). We recommend you change currency here before leaving the airport, as you will need Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC). It is better to have 1, 3, 5, 10 and 20 CUC bills when you change money as taxi drivers and other services might not carry change for bigger bills (50, 100 CUC).

The best currencies to bring in Cuba are Euros or Canadian Dollars as US dollars are charged an extra penalty tax.

Don’t change money on the street; always do so at banks or CADECA offices.

Remember that Cuba has two currencies that circulate: Cuban Convertible pesos (CUC) and Cuban pesos (CUP) also referred to as Moneda Nacional. Cuban Pesos sell at 25 per 1 CUC. Most things tourists need to pay will be charged in CUC so there is no need to buy CUP (Cuban pesos “Modena nacional”). When accepting change make sure the bills received say “Pesos Convertibles” as it is easy to be confused and get tricked into accepting the lower valued national currency.

Information so important!

Low season: May 1-Jun 30 & Sept 1-Oct 31

High demand for Christmas and New Year at Nov-Dec

Popular parties (Carnivals) Schedule in destinations:

Camaguey Carnival (San Juan - Saint John festivities) June 23-29. Book a casa now

Santiago de Cuba Festival of Fire July 2-8 - Popular Carnival July 18-26. Book a casa now

Havana Carnival August 1-30. Book a casa now

Baracoa 500th Anniversary Party August 1- 7. Book a casa now

Cienfuegos Carnival August 1- 7. Book a casa now

Remedios Carnival (Famous Parrandas) December 19-24. Book a casa now

About the Jineteros (Hustlers)

Because of the complicated situation present in Cuba today, many Cubans feel the need to look for creative ways to earn money. One of these is to illicitly offer services to travellers such as accommodation, restaurants, and excursions. These people, commonly known as “jineteros” (“jockys” in English), are normally quite decent and friendly people, but unfortunately their persistence can become annoying.

An image of tourists in Cuba at the Plaza de la RevolucionWhat complicates the situation even further is that these jineteros often aren’t transparent about their business and disguise their motives, instead showing interest in becoming your friend. As a “friend” they can make money from you by finding you accommodation or restaurants and secretly taking commissions.

As an independent traveller in Cuba it is very common to meet a Cuban in the street and become friends with them, later to find out that all they are interested in is your money. This is one of the most common complaints that independent foreign travellers have about their time in Cuba.

While the services of a jinetero can be useful (in helping you to locate accommodation and a decent restaurant), and the they can be quite charming and entertaining characters, what frustrates independent travellers, is that their local friend becomes pushy and manipulative in their quest to earn more commission and that the whole relationship is based on dishonestly and deceit. Furthermore, towards the end of your stay, the jinetero often pleads with you for money to help them better their life, and frequently invents a story about a sick mother or a daughter’s birthday as extra reasons for you to give them money.

Refreshingly a majority of Cubans aren’t in this game and feel extremely ashamed about their fellow compatriots that are. Like people everywhere, they would feel very uncomfortable about asking for money from somebody they have just met. Most Cubans are very honest and generous people who are delighted to meet a foreigner with no interest in their money at all.

Unfortunately, as an independent traveller, these are the Cubans you are less likely to meet, as they are not the ones that come and introduce themselves to you on the street. A major advantage of being part of a small group tour in Cuba with a local guide, is that you will come into contact much more frequently with these honest Cubans and have less unpleasant interactions with people that try to take advantage of you. You will be introduced to families, artists, doctors, musicians, and dancers that the local tour leader knows well, and knows he can trust to treat his foreign guests with respect.

When the jineteros see you with a local guide, they are much more reluctant to approach you because they know you probably have your accommodation and restaurants already organised and have someone to show you around. Furthermore, they may even know the guide and know that he will easily recognise them and disallow him to socialise with your group.

Cellular Mobile Telephony in Cuba

In Cuba you can bring your phone there is a wide coverage to customers of any operator with which CUBACEL have roaming agreements, you will be automatically active service since arriving in Cuba, if the client is POSTPAID and is active with its attendant International Roaming service, and if the terminal you use is compatible with the characteristics of our network, ie that supports the 900 MHz band, upon arriving in Cuba and turn on your phone, this should be recorded in our network automatically and display at 368-01 display / CU-CCOM / CUBACEL, depending on your phone settings. But, in case of failure to achieve automatic registration, indicate the visitor to perform manual network selection through the phone menu options. For more information visit

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This web is a safe system to guarantee unforgettable holidays lodged in Casas particulares (Particular houses) in Cuba

A casa particular is basically a private family establishment that provides paid lodging, usually on a short-term basis. In general under this term you can find full apartments and houses, rooms inside people's homes, mini-apartments or rooms with separate entrance (studio or efficiency type rooms). It is also considered a type of boarding house typically operated out of a single family residence where guests can be accommodated at night in private bedrooms and where breakfast, sometimes continental and sometimes the full English variety, is served in the morning, lunch and dinner is oered too. The business may be operated either as a primary occupation or as a secondary source of income, and the staff often consists of the house's owner(s) and members of their family who live there or not.

Casas particulares Cuba

Casas particulares can be recognised by a small sign on the door, with two blue triangles ('roofs') against a white background, which the owners obtain after paying a fixed per-room annual tax. The cost and quality of casas particulares are usually indicative of the accommodation type and type of services available. Most of the casas particulares are rented for short term to travellers. Long term accommodation is also provided by some casas, especially for foreign students. In Havana, the casas particulares are usually family apartments and a smaller number of them are houses. In other cities, private accommodation is provided mainly in family houses.

Why book a Casa Particular with us?

Our service is reliable and personal. Online reservations are not common in Cuba, that is why we guarantee a fast reply within 24 hours of your request. We have direct contact with our Casa Particular owners who will honor your reservation if it has been confirmed. You will never feel loss with our services; once you have reserved a room, we will give you all the information needed and will be ready to answer any questions.

How is our service?

Our service is free and legal, there are no online payments, no hidden fees. We have direct contact with the owners of the Casas Particulares we announce and assure they are all properly authorized by the Cuban government.

These are the benefits of choosing to stay at a Casa Particular:

Lower prices than at hotels with the same commodities.

It is the only way to get to know Cuba, its people and culture, and to make new friends.

It is a way to help Cuban families.

You could learn some Spanish, have fun dancing and enjoy the company of Cubans.

Destinations to enjoy of Key Cayo Santa Maria and Cayo Coco.          Casas most wanted.



Cayo Santa María, lovely white beaches, turqoise sea and All Inclusive Resorts. A place for those who want to do nothing but relax.


Good place to stay when you want to do a day trip to the islands of Jardines del Rey (Cayo Coco & Cayo Guillermo)
Casa Capelita y Yaima

Casa Capelita (Playa Larga)

Casa in Bay of Pigs, the house of the Chef. Yaima speak english perfectly.
Casa Yolanda en el Vedado

Su casa en Cuba (Vedado)

Sra. Yolanda, en el Vedado, 3 rooms, 35 cuc night/room. In the heart of Havana.

Cuba is a beatifull land...

Cuba es más...

Cuba has all the ingredients for a happy and pleasant stay, Cuba's history and nature, party and music, is rhythm and dance, is the most safe and peaceful destination in America and the world!! The pretty island of Cuba is in the northern Caribbean, just south of Florida. Cuba has flat rolling plains with some beautiful forest covered mountains along with pristine beaches. The rocky north coast has some of the best natural harbours in the world.!

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