Holidays in Cuba
Cuba can portray itself as the archetypal image of a Caribbean island with its sandy, palm-fringed shores washed by crystal-clear waters and cooled by breezes carrying the scent of frangipani, mango and guava. But Cuba has so much more to offer those who venture away from her beaches; to the towns and cities boasting Spanish colonial architecture and grand plazas, where classic automobiles labour along streets and country roads, and the hip-swaying sounds of salsa music fill the night air. Together with cigar smoke and rum cocktails, baseball, and everywhere visual references of the 1959 revolution, these picture-postcard portraits of Cuba encompass a more complete illustration of the largest island in the Caribbean.
Cuba has four main tourist airports and regions with Varadero being the largest by far. We have already pre-set the search box to reflect this. Havana is the capital of Cuba and offer many city type hotels rather than the holiday type you’re looking for. If you want to see what Havana has to offer then please select “Havana Cuba” from the “Destinations” drop down menu. Holguin offers a few nice reasonably priced holiday hotels and is worth a look. To see what Holguin has to offer then please select “Holguin Cuba” from the “Destinations” drop down menu. Finally, there is the Cayo Coco region which offers a few nice all inclusive holiday options. To see what Cay Coco has to offer then please select “Cayo Coco Cuba” from the “Destinations” drop down menu.
There are very few charter flights to Cuba, so you will need to run a few searches and depart from either Manchester or London Gatwick. You could also check to see what conventional package holidays are available by selecting the “Packages” button at the top of the search box.
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