... The most beautiful land that human eyes have ever seen," according to admiral Christopher Columbus, offers visitors a lush pristine wilderness, coupled with its rich cultural and historical attractions.
Holguín, cultural center rich in traditions and history, has the homonymous city as provincial capital, and is stage for May Festival, the annual party of the Iberoamerican culture.
Guardalavaca, Esmeralda, Don Lino and Pesquero are beaches growing famous for their solid hotel infrastructure. Beyond them, Gibara is headquarters of the original International Poor Cinema Festival. On the other hand, Banes shows its Cuban Aboriginal Museum.
The City's Historic Center, La Periquera Museum, Loma de la Cruz, Chorro de Maita archaeological site, Mayabe viewpoint, Taíno village, beaches Guardalavaca, Esmeralda, Pesquero and Don Lino, Naranjo Bay Nature Park and its aquarium, and the Puerto de Vita Marina in Bariay