Mausoleum to Ernesto Che Guevara
This Mausoleum houses the remains of the legendary Cuban-Argentine revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara and some of his comrades fallen in Bolivia. It shows personal objects of Che and other fighters who participated in the war of national liberation in Cuba, from 1956 to 1959, and in the Bolivian epic of 1967.
It was the scene of the last battles that, led by Che Guevara, led to the revolutionary triumph in January 1st, 1959. Santa Clara has a rich scientific potential and is also distinguished by its solid culture and history, much of which can be seen at the Provincial Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts or the Teatro Caridad.
Sierra del Escambray
The Escambray mountain massif is a site of exceptional beauty, which is of great tourist and scientific interest. Its geography is very appropriate for the observation of landscapes, flora and fauna, as well as the practice of hiking, walks and tours, speleotourism, bicycle touring and horse riding, activities that will facilitate contact with the local culture.
Cayo Santa María Dolphinarium
Being the largest dolphinarium on the island, it is a special place for the whole family to enjoy. Here you can enjoy the acrobatics of the dolphin’s show and even take a bath with them. The dolphinarium also offers shows with sea lions and other recreational offers that includes seafood dinners, a photo shop, among others.
Tourist towns La Estrella and Las Dunas
The tourist towns La Estrella and Las Dunas have been recreated with a very beautiful colonial design and several entertainment and fun options for the tourists. In this way, they become the perfect space to complement the hotel's stay, since they have shops, commercial galleries, coffee shops, discotheque, spaces for games and beauty centers.
San Pascual sunken ship
Located in the town of Cayo Las Brujas, Villa Clara province, this old ship stranded more than 70 years ago, is a magnificent option to view the nearby keys and a unique environment from the footbridge. In addition to being a highly attractive refuge for marine fauna for lovers of diving and snorkeling.