It was a panopticon prison built in Cuba in the 1920s where the young revolutionaries who attacked the Moncada Barracks on July 26th, 1953, including the leader of the movement, Fidel Castro, were held before their departure for exile in Mexico. Nowadays it has become a museum and a school.
It differs from other beaches by the completely black color of its sands, formed by the erosive action of the waves on the marble rocks. It is a place with a calm, healthy, oxygenated and familiar environment for those who prefer direct contact with nature.
Finca el Abra Museum
Old country property of a lovely setting where you can enjoy spectacular views of the city. In the museum, the room that was used by José Martí during his stay there is exhibited, where pieces related to the life of the patriot are preserved.