Top 20 most beautiful places to visit in   


Old Havana

The narrow cobbled streets are lined tall historic buildings, some crumbling and almost derelict and others painstakingly restored to their original glory.


Here colorful colonial mansions from the 1800s line the wide streets, the front gardens are filled with palm trees and kitsch 50’s cars drive by.

This is a great place to hang out and relax at daytimes bring wonderful views of the fortress and iconic lighthouse at El Morro as well as the amazing buildings that run along the length of the sea wall.  

The Malecón 


Here colorful colonial buildings line colorful squares and cobbled streets which date back to the 18th and 19th centuries when the city thrived on the sugar trade.

Vinales  National Park

The valley is a protected UNESCO World Heritage site due to its unique landscape and links to the colonial past.

Bay of Pigs

This is the site of the failed US invasion in 1961 that lead to the famous Cuban Missile Crisis, The Bay of Pigs sits to the south of the island.

Península de Zapata National Park

All manner of animals can be found within the confines of the park including flamboyant flamingos, the Cuban Bee Hummingbird, the smallest bird in the world, the Pygmy owl, the Cuban parrot, and crocodiles, yes crocodiles!

Playa Esmeralda

Situated near the historic city of Holguín in the Ciego Caleticas Estuary, the beach is defined by its cleanliness, warm waters, and the amazing tropical foliage that covers the cliffs and hillsides.