Coral Reef at Santa Lucía Beach
Located 2 km from the beach sands, this coral reef has become one of its main attractions for tourism lovers of diving and snorkeling. Its seabed invites you to contemplate the submerged beauties and the amazing biodiversity, among which more than 200 species of sponges, 500 of tropical fish and up to 50 of corals stand out.
At Shark´s Friends International Diving Center, lovers of this practice have the possibility to participate in the shark shows at the entrance to the Bay of Nuevitas, with instructors and guaranteed safety, as far as possible. It is the most important show with bull sharks in the Caribbean, without accidents in 15 years.
The Buckets of the Máximo River
The Máximo river is born to the north of the city of Camagüey, crosses the sheets and weakens the eastern end of the Sierra de Cubitas to cross the coastal plains. Its channel is covered with limestone walls and bottom, which makes this beautiful site of the Cuban geography, an ideal place to enjoy with the family in incredible natural pools covered with trees and slopes.
Sierra de Cubitas
Located in the north of the province of Camagüey, the Sierra de Cubita archaeological region declared a National Monument, has multiple attractions for the enjoyment of nature, where the exceptional mountainous landscapes, its caves of unparalleled beauty, flora and fauna of high endemism and the presence of geological, speleological, archaeological and botanical phenomena, which contain uniqueness and charm.
The City of Camagüey, known as "The City of Los Tinajones", was founded as a town in 1514 by the Spanish conquistador Diego Velázquez under the name of Santa María del Puerto del Príncipe. It is one of the oldest cities in Cuba and one of the most important in the colonial era. Its historic center, declared by UNESCO Cultural Heritage of Humanity, constitutes an exceptional urban architectural type in Latin America.
Its attractive and fascinating places to visit make this colonial city an exceptional destination for cultural and city tourism.