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Seyahat Rehberi - Villa Clara, Küba
Villa Clara Eyaleti özellikle tütün ile yerel ekonominin önemli bir rol oynamaktadir.Küba'da şeker üretiminde ikinci büyük üreticidir. Güneyde ise Escambray Dağları Hanabanilla of Mountain Resort turizm açisindan önemlidir.
Banos de Elguea
Elguea is 90 minutes drive from Varadero and 10 minutes away from the beaches of Salto and Ganuza.
Cayo Ensenachos
Cayo Ensenachos
Cayo Las Brujas
The most beautiful and unspoiled Cuban beach is located in central Cuba, about hour drive north of Santa Clara at "Cayo Las Brujas". Beaches, fauna, flora and an pure environment in this isolated nook protected from the hectic world. Endemic tropical nature close to the Bahamas Channel, Cayo Las Brujas owns wonderful coral reefs is a perfect place for scuba diving and wind surfing. Kilometers of coral reefs with a large submarine fauna, it's the world second widest after the Australian reefs. This site is practically unmatched in the world, large shoals of tarpon, jacks spadefish, groupers and barracudas provide a special attraction for divers, also iguanas live there.
Cayo Santa Maria
Cayo Santa Maria lies at the western end of the Archipielago de Sabana-Camaguey, 25 km west of Cayo Guillermo, in the Bahia de Buenavista ecosystem, declared by UNESCO as a “Biosphere Reserve”; in a setting rich with endemic species protected by a beach of incomparable beauty, with more than ten kilometers of fine white sand and a sea of varying shades of blue.

The key (cayo) is united to the mainland by an impressive causeway called "El Pedraplen" constructed across the Bahia Buena Vista from the port of Caibarien at a cost of 100 million pesos. This engineering marvel built between 1989 and 1999, is over 48 km long and has 46 bridges, and is worthy of its Puente Alcantara Award. The bridges allow an exchange of tidal waters, an improvement over the earlier Cayo Coco causeway. Paving was completed in 1999, just as Las Brujas Airport was being built on Cayo Las Brujas, 45km northwest of Caibarien.

Travelers from Remedios, a colonial town with its parrish church and to Santa Clara, seat of the Ernesto Che Guevara Memorial, cross crystalline and tranquil waters and keys, and can observe hawks, pelicans and the amazing pink flamingo.
Manicaragua & Escambray Mountains
The coffee plantatoins on the Manicaragua slopes of the Escambray mountains produce coffee beans that are considered to have an "unparalled aroma". The tobacco grown on the lower planes, El Hoyo de Manicaragua, is used by the cigar factory of Manicaragua City.

The earliest inhabitants, Siboneyes tribesmen, called their home, rather immodestly, Manicaragua, the Arawak language for "The Land of the Brave".
Playa Caibarien
Playa Caibarien is famous for its crabs and its intense maritime life on the northern coast of Villa Clara province.
Remedios
This town is a typical, but beautiful, example of Spanish colonial architecture. The intrusion of the sugar and cattle industries have not detracted from its laid-back atmosphere. The centre is marked by the Plaza Marti and, as with all Spanish cities, the streets span out from the Plaza with well thought out symmetry. The Plaza Marti is similar in style to the Plaza Mayor in Trinidad.

Other interesting things to see are The Museum of the Remedion Parrandas and The Church of San Juan Batista de Remedios.
Santa Clara
A buzzing provincial town, with a pleasant Parque Central, Santa Clara is most famous for its connection with Che Guevara, whose attack on a Batista troop train in the city in December 1958 helped persuade the dictator that his days were numbered.
This provincial capital is well worth visiting, beyond the suburbs you'll find a buzzing place with streets lively with people going about their daily lives, and the city benefits from having a large student population. The centre seems well looked after and relatively litter-free. A startling sight to anyone arriving from Havana.
There are some interesting museums worth taking in and the small brick red-tiled houses lend themselves to an atmosphere of calm and discretion. For most people the area Parque Vidal is the most eventful place in the city, as well as being the geographical heart of the city, it is also its social centre and there is usually some sort of entertainment going on at weekends. A monument marks the spot where revolutionary hero Leoncio Vidal was killed , and benches line the promenades that cross and circle the park. On the plaza's north.
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Birleşik Krallık'taki Satışlar :: Audrey :: +44 20 7498 8555 yada 0800 298 9555
ABD & Kanada'daki Satışlar :: Jeffery yada Bastien :: Ücretsiz Arama 888 361 9555
Havana Turist Merkezi :: Idelsis :: +53 7 863 9555
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