At Manzanillo de Cuba, a golden beach awaits you, but it's especially the majestic mountains of Sierra Maestra, the diving sites, nature walks, networks of caves and portraits that will take your breath away. A destination deemed for its natural attractions, it's a generally calm place; ideal for relaxation.
In Manzanillo, the urban jungle is absent, but you can still enjoy the luxurious vegetation. In the mountains, cradle of the Cuban revolution, you will find numerous historical sites linked to the reversal of the Batisan government. Most of the attractions for visiting are found in the Granma National Park. You can still have a wonderful time whether you're a random pedestrian, on a bike or coming by horseback! More towards the south, you can find accessible caves open for exploration. The most interesting caves are Fustete and Marlotte Caves; Fustete being 50 meters tall and Marlotte being 80 meters in height. On the coast the sand is very dark and you'll find several diving sites. You can discover many kinds of corals, fish and underground cavities. Amateurs can also enjoy at least one different site by day, given that there are 17 diving sites on the peninsula! If the dark sand bothers you, don't worry. You can take a cheap trip to Cayo Blanco, a small island where the sand is very white and waiting for you.
Manzanillo is geographically well situated. Santiago de Cuba, approximately 200 kilometers from the region, is the cultural center expounding the excellence of Cuba. Museums, historical sites, commerce, local music – Santiago is a satisfying place in Cuba where you can fully enjoy the very active cultural life. One day voyages are frequently organized to Santiago, whether it's from your hotel or from Manzanillo.
Manzanillo will make you dream about nature and relaxation on your next vacation!
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