The largest island in the Caribbean, located between Cancun and Haiti, Cuba has seen a recent rise in popularity with a surge of interest from travellers wanting to visit before the country restores closer ties to the USA. With the potential that Cuba may just lose some of its old-world charm, now’s the time to visit and experience this beautiful island’s unique character.
The image of Cuban culture seems forever entwined with the faded colonial charm of Havana. A city apparently paused in time, Havana still has the power to enthral even the most jaded of travellers.
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Beach lovers – Cuba has many pristine beaches that are safe for children and offer watersports for teens and adults.
History buffs – Cuba’s unique past means that there is much to learn and enjoy about its culture.
The entertainment – Music, singing, dancing, and incredible live shows are everywhere.
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The capital city of Cuba, famed for its striking architecture and relaxed ambience, has long been a draw to visitors all over the world – but its popularity seems to be on the increase. Holidays to Havana offer you the ideal opportunity to sample a different way of life, and the unique culture of Cuba is sure to make a lasting impression. Sun-worshippers and culture vultures alike are bound to find themselves spoilt for choice when they choose cheap holidays to Havana.
Varadero is an increasingly popular tourist destination and one of the largest resorts in the Caribbean. Varadero holidays are perfect for anyone who loves to soak up the sun, and the resort’s inviting climate makes it the perfect place to get some rays on your back. Holidays in Varadero also offer a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants in the surrounding area, so you’re sure to find somewhere to either indulge in a spot of retail therapy or while away a chilled-out evening.
Located in eastern Cuba, a holiday in Holguin gives you the perfect opportunity to experience the country’s totally authentic, unique culture – not to mention the chance to top up your tan. Renowned worldwide for its laid-back atmosphere, cheap holidays to Holguin are ideal for anyone looking to get away from the daily grind. Once you’ve experienced what the resort has to offer, you’ll realise why more and more people are making Holguin their holiday destination of choice.
The shimmering tropical island of Cayo Coco is a fantasy of palm groves, powder-white beaches and shallow, warm aquamarine waters. The fourth largest island of the Cuban archipelago, Cayo Coco package holidays take you to a luxurious island resort, with thatched bungalows reminiscent of the Maldives. A lush, low-lying nature reserve that’s home to a rich variety of tropical plants and animals, a Cayo Coco holiday offers over 15 miles of pristine white sands caressed by safe, tranquil waters.
Located in the Cuban province of Holguin, Playa Pesquero is an increasingly popular tourist destination attracting more and more visitors. Renowned for its pristine beaches and luxurious accommodation, Playa Pesquero holidays are a great opportunity to soak up the sunshine whilst sampling a different, more laid-back lifestyle. Cuba’s culture is a major draw for visitors, and you’ll find plenty of unique shops and stalls to explore in the surrounding area, with opportunities to pick up authentic Cuban crafts.
If you’re looking for a holiday combining the tranquillity of a beautiful beach by day with lively and exciting nightlife, then a holiday to Guardalavaca could be just what you're looking for. Guardalavaca knows how to do postcard-perfect beaches and it's one of Cuba’s prettiest resorts, with never-ending stretches of pure white sand, and amazingly clear and warm inviting waters. Along with the stunning beaches and lush greenery of Guardalavaca, you’ll find the nearby tropical paradise of Playa Pesquero which is also well worth a visit.
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