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Ecotourism a Draw at Cuban World Heritage S...
Callejón de Hamel The Rumba in Cuba
José Luis González Ethnical Trend
The Majestic Cuban Royal Palm
Renowned for its mountainous landscapes and formally recognized on the list of World Heritage sites, Viñales now offers visitors eleven new ecotourism opportunities, according to local tourism officials.
The Santana Paladar is a restaurant with an innovative concept and a varied menu of quality dishes. This restaurant was founded two years ago and already possesses a loyal clientèle that knows what it wants and comes back to enjoy the great food and service.
Every Sunday you will find a great rumba show hosted in La Rumba de Cayo Hueso in Callejon de Hamel starting at twelve o´clock in the afternoon. Rumba is a type of Cuban sacred music, dance, and party that is practiced here and originated from the music of the slaves that...
José Luis González Fuentes is a Cuban artist, talented both in painting and design.
Majestic and graceful, the royal palm (Roystonea regia) abounds in all rural Cuban settings. Its unique tuft stands out over any other plant species, but what makes it particularly special in Cuba is that it is also the national tree, appearing on one of the country’s symbols: the National Coat of Arms.