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Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

Des sites touristiques aux trésors cachés, découvrez ce qui fait la particularité de cette ville avec l'aide des habitants qui la connaissent le mieux.
Museum
“• El Chorro de Maíta is an early colonial archaeological site near Guardalavaca, Cuba. The site dates from the early 16th century and consists of an excavated indigenous settlement and cemetery, including dozens of well-preserved human remains. Recent scholarship suggests that indigenous peoples were living here many decades after Columbus' arrival. Across from the site is a museum and a reconstructed indigenous village that features life-sized models of native dwellings. Enjoy, by: VILLA GEMELAS M.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Aliments
“Es uno de los mejores en el area, hacen del cliente su familia, tratan de hacer que su estancia en este pedacito de Cuba sea inolvidable y quiera regresar. Pruebe el tres hermanos no se arrepentira, calidad precio van de la mano, en el horario del mediodia se puede disfrutar de una tranquilidad maravillosa.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Premise
“Acuario donde puedes bañarte con los delfines, existe un zoologico marino y se expone una replica en pequeña escala de la casa donde nacio el lider de la Revolucion Cubana: Fidel Castro”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Restaurant
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Natural Feature
“Nature, sun, sea and white sand all in one place, its turquoise blue water refreshes the view.”
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Lodging
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Administrative Area Level 2
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Natural Feature
“La playa más hermosa de Cuba, caracterizada por sus blancas y finas arenas y sus agua cristalinas ideal para el buceo”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Night Club
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Premise
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Restaurant
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Parc
“Beautiful Natural Park, opened in 2005, is compound by an exquisite flora and fauna you will discover, it is an ideal place to do different activities, from hiking and trekking to wildlife navigation or diving. The area of the Sendero Rocazul Path is made of blue rocks with more than 70 million years old, known as serpentinites and, among other attractions, exhibits archeological representations of the former Cuban inhabitants. The Ensenada El Manantial Cove is another of the key places in the biopark. It is an ideal place to practice different aquatic activities such as snorkel and sailing. Here there are also organized tours to el manantial, to the Pájaros Cay, natural sanctuary of the marine birds; and the trip known as Snorkel: An Underwater Story, where you will explore the absorbing seabeds. The Sendero Loma El Templo Hill Path, which takes its name from the most important elevation of the area, Loma del Templo Hill, is made by precious wood trees, medicinal plants, animals such as the hutia, birds and reptiles. From here you will see the beauty of the landscape described by Columbus on his diaries. Enjoy, by: VILLA GEMELAS M.”
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