Santiago de Cuba is located in the southeast of the island with its bay open to the sea. It is typically Caribbean for its music, its dances and for its happy, hospitable people. It is a heroic city, cradle of the revolution started by Fidel and in its streets, where recent and past history coexist. The imposing canvas of the Sierra Maestra frames the city that invites everyone to visit its large malls.
Feel free to visit the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Charity in El Cobre, an old mining settlement and the most important pilgrimage site in Cuba. The sierra Maestra, the Gran Piedra and the Baconao Park are also ideal destinations for lovers of nature and great emotions.