The new province of Artemisa becomes the thirteenth in the country due to its extension (it only exceeds Mayabeque and Havana province) and the eleventh for its population (it surpasses Cienfuegos, Sancti Spiritus, Ciego de Ávila and Mayabeque), as well as the province with the highest population density, except for Havana province and Santiago de Cuba. It limits to the west with Pinar del Rio, to the north with the Strait of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico, to the south with the Gulf of Batabanó and to the east with the province of Havana and the Mayabeque Province.

The Artemiseña population is 502 392 inhabitants and its surface area is 4 thousand 004.27 km2. Artemisa has an agricultural area of ​​272,849 hectares, 68.1% of the territory, which allows it to produce food to meet its demand and support the capital. In addition, it has a perspective site of high industrial port development such as Mariel.
Longest river:
Los Colorados (Hondo of San Cristóbal) 113.2 km. long
604 km2 of area 6 tributaries South Slope Born: In the Sierra del Rosario, Cordillera
of Guaniguanico, at 22 ° 34 ‘north latitude and 83 ° 53’ west longitude, at 340 meters altitude It ends: In the Gulf of Batabanó. Run: In north-south direction.
Higher elevation:
The Bread of Guajaibón with 692 meters of height.


The territory of the province comprises for the most part flat areas belonging to the southern karstic plain. At its western end (municipalities of Candelaria and San Cristóbal) the plain gradually becomes an alluvial plain irrigated by rivers from the Sierra del Rosario and the red soils (the most productive in the country) give way to more clayey soils but also fertile

In the south eastern part, caves and sinkholes abound, and rivers generally do not reach the coast (rivers Ariguanabo and Chaplaincies). The Ariguanabo basin collects waters from the southern slopes of the municipalities of Bauta, Caimito, San Antonio, Boyeros in the province (Havana) and Bejucal in the Mayabeque province.

From east to west the province is crossed by the Sierra del Rosario, the most important mountain range in the west of the country with the maximum elevation of Pan de Guajaibón (699 m) at its western end, belonging to the municipality of Bahía Honda. The mountain ranges with elevations of less height to the Heights of Mariel and the Table of Anafe or Loma del Esperón (Caimito). To the north of the Sierra del Rosario extends the undulating plain of the north, of smaller width than the south and less suitable for agriculture. The narrowest area of ​​the island (31 km), a true Cuban isthmus, lies between the bay of Mariel and the bay of Majana (in the municipality of Artemisa). From the western elevations of the Sierra del Rosario it is possible to observe both coasts at clear sight on clear days.

The province has three excellent bays of stock exchange in the north coast (Bay Honda, Cabins and Mariel), all with port facilities. The largest river is the San Cristóbal with 62 km in length and a basin of 424 km² that starts in the Sierra del Rosario and flows into the south coast. The north coast is fundamentally rocky while the south is low with extensive mangrove areas and swampy areas. There are large water resources and numerous reservoirs, among which we can mention: La Paila and San Julián (San Cristóbal); San Francisco, Pinillos and Mosquito (Mariel), La Coronela (Caimito), Maurín (Bauta) and others.

The climate is tropical or subtropical humid with temperatures that do not exceed 35 ° C in summer. In winter, cold fronts frequently arrive, causing a considerable decrease in temperature in the early morning hours, which can drop to 4-8 ° C in the red soil plain (Güira de Melena) and even lower in the elevations of the Sierra del Rosario .

The relief of plains predominates, highlighting the Plain of Havana-Matanzas. It includes the westernmost part of the South Havana-Matanzas Plain, the Mariel Heights and the Anafe Table. It also highlights the Sierra del Rosario belonging to the Cordillera de Guaniguanico, where the highest point of the province is located. Its hydrography is characterized by short rivers with little flow, highlighting the Los Colorados and San Juan rivers. The fersialitic, brown, ferralitic, hydromorphic and humic soils predominate.

Cuban Beaches

Cuban Beaches

Mile upon mile of soft white sands and warm Caribbean waters are just two things that spring to mind when we think of Cuban beaches. White sands, turquoise waters and green palm trees are a composition of perfect colors. The beaches of Cuba show that this paradise is not imagined nor just a promise. It’s there, in some cases close to the city, in the Sea of the Antilles.

Warm waters and cool sands. The beaches of Cuba boast the comfort of a city and the goods of nature. Their location, in the sea of the greater Antilles, makes the temperature of their waters range between 24º and 29º C. Pleasant for all those who enjoy bathing in the sea.

If you want is to practice water sports, the Cuban islands offer multiple services. From tours around the coasts to professional equipment. You’ll be able to explore the underwater fauna.

At night, these coasts get filled with flavor and rhythm. Cabins of banana leaf, an aphrodisiac cocktail and a contagious salsa confirm the Caribbean flavor of the nightclubs. Precise and rhythmic jumps. A joyful look, the Cuban show that they’re one of a kind when it comes to dancing salsa and they even offer tourists a quick class.

In the beaches of Cuba you’ll find different places to have fun. Nature, water sports, gastronomy, beaches and fun are waiting for you.

And because they’re so damned beautiful we’re all of a fluster just imagining ourselves lounging on their shores.

Main Beaches in Cuba

Varadero (Atlantic Ocean):

Considered not only one of the best beaches of Cuba but in the entire Caribbean, amazing for its 20 km of white sands and turquoise waters, wrapped in the most exuberant vegetation that covers an aquatic paradise and keeping a radiant sun throughout the year.

Choosing the best beach of Varadero is a tough thing to do, since its more than 50 hotels keep the treasures of private beaches. Nevertheless, if you’re looking for something exceptional, the best idea is going to Playa Coral close to Matanzas, with a coral reef that you can reach to by swimming. In here you’ll see over 30 species of coral and an extraordinary marine fauna of multicolored fishes and exotic mollusks.


Cayo Guillermo (Atlantic Ocean):

Part of the paradisiac complex of cays known as Archipelago Sabana-Camaguey or Jardines del Rey, a place of idyllic landscapes of tropical vegetation, exotic birds, coral reefs, white sands and turquoise waters.

Among its beaches, the most beautiful one probably is Playa Pilar, an almost virgin beach protected by an immense sand dune, with warm waters that allow you watching the multicolored fishes, star fishes and corals.


Cayo Coco (Atlantic Ocean):

Also part of the Archipelago Jardines del Ret, an island of exotic landscapes similar to Cayo Guillermo, differentiating from each other because it has a bigger tourist development, housing numerous first-class hotels, artificial lakes and a wide recreational offer.

Its 22 km of beaches are characterized by their transparent waters, infinite coral reefs to dive and extensive white sand strops interrupted only by rocks and cliffs. Among the most famous beaches are Las Coloradas, Playa Larga, El Paso and Playa Flamencos.

Cayo Santa Maria (Atlantic Ocean):

Another jewel of the Archipelago Jardines del Rey, easily accessible through a highway built over the sea, known for its landscape of channels among cays, mangroves and paradisiac beaches surrounded by coco trees, with shallow waters that allow submerging into an universe of colors and multicolored fishes.

Along with the beauty of its 10 km of beach, it is possible to appreciate big colonies of pink flamingos and other birds.


Playa Ancon (Caribbean Sea):

Known as one of the best beaches of Cuba in the south side, shining for its almost 30 diving spots that are well-known for the abundance of corals and centennial pirate ships submerged under its waters.

Extensive white sands, waters that go from blue to green shades, enormous coconut trees complement its beauty. Located only 10 km away from the city of Trinidad, this jewel declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site deserves a visit.


Playa Santa Lucia (Atlantic Ocean):

Paradisiac beach situated south of the Canal Viejo de Bahamas, known as a real natural aquarium for the quietness and warmth of its waters that easily allow diving in the gigantic coral reefs that extends through a big part of the Cuban archipelago.

Golden sands that extend through 20 km, an exuberant setting with coconut trees, diving spots and the Cays Sabinal, Romano, Cruz and Guajaba, where the main colony of pink flamingos of the Caribbean lives, are also part of the attractions of this beach.


Cayo Largo del Sur (Caribbean Sea):

Small Caribbean island, part of the archipelago de los Canarreos, home to paradisiac surroundings of tropical vegetation, coral reefs and a marine life of impressive biodiversity.

Its main attraction is the 20 km of white sands and turquoise waters, where beaches of sophisticated hotel infrastructure and hidden virgin beaches blend. It is a paradise for naturists that practice topless and nudism amidst the solitude of its landscapes. Among its best beaches are the almost virgin Playa Tortuga, the tourist Playa Sirena with all-inclusive hotels, and the curious beach of Cayo Iguana, where you can take the sun along with the lovely colorful iguanas.

Guardalavaca (Atlantic Ocean):

Guardalavaca is the most famous beach of the territory. On it you can find lush vegetation, white sand beaches and emerald waters.

In the Coral Reef (900 meters away from the seashore) the most diverse flora and fauna live. This is one of the main reasons why it’s a must place to visit for diving lovers. If what you prefer is to explore the local history and culture, don’t worry, you’ll find also places of interest to satisfy your curiosity.

Playa Esmeralda (Atlantic Ocean):

Also located in the Province of Holguin, this is considered the most beautiful beach. An area known for its lagoons, exuberant vegetation and beautiful marine landscapes.

This 1 km long, moon-shaped beach, fascinates with its turquoise colored waters and coral reefs, becoming an authentic paradise for divers or just to enjoy the sun.


Cayo Levisa (Atlantic Ocean):

This is one of the best beaches of Cuba if what you’re looking is a place less visited, away from the big hotel chains and available only through the boats that leave the north coast of Pinar del Rio, offering day excursions.

In this place you can enjoy silence and solitude. There are 2500 meters of sands and crystal clear waters, where is possible to practice diving and snorkeling.

Cayo Levisa

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How to Get…

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In this site we will publish important information about the Cuba Destination that for many can be a good mystery. From our site you can request products to this specific destination.
the first that we need to know its….
How to get to Cuba?
Located in the insular Caribbean, at the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico, the Greater Antilles is a destination that has the preference of the potential visitor from different latitudes. There are two access roads to the territory: Aerial and Maritime. Cuba has 10 international and 15 national airports, located in different tourist destinations throughout the archipelago, which allows the connection through the different airlines, to and between the main territories.

International airports in Cuba:

  • José Martí (Boyeros, La Habana)
  • Vitalio Acuña (Cayo largo, Isla de la Juventud)
  • Juan Gualberto Gómez (Matanzas)
  • Ignacio Agramonte (Camagüey)
  • Frank País (Holguín)
  • Antonio Maceo (Santiago de Cuba)
  • Abel Santamaría (Santa Clara, Villa Clara)
  • Jaime González (Cienfuegos)
  • Jardines del Rey (Cayo Coco, Ciego de Ávila)
  • Sierra Maestra (Manzanillo, Granma)

Cuba also has 4 cruise terminals for sea access, located in:

  • Havana (Avenida del Puerto),
  • Cienfuegos (Calle La Mar),
  • Isla de la Juventud (Punta Francés)
  • Santiago de Cuba (Jesús Menéndez Avenue)

Also have 15 international marinas or strategic points in the tourist destinations where medium and small-format boats dock with views of nautical events and activities of interest to the visitor.

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