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Cuba Destinations - Villa Clara Province VVilla Clara province is found in the center of Cuba. The extensive Jardines del Rey archipelago — with its 2,500 islands and keys — extends into the province’s waters.

There are three keys in particular that are excellent tourist destinations: Las Brujas, Ensenachos and Santa María. With the quality of their beaches, alongside the variety of their water-based activities they offer such as diving, snorkeling and fly fishing, they are all an excellent spot in which to rest and relax. The keys are connected to the mainland (from the town of Caibarién) by a causeway, built to ensure access to these paradise islands.

In the surrounding environment of the string of keys, it’s possible to find activities for nature lovers, culture vultures and archeology fans. You can visit the Pelo de Oro and Muñeco caves, or plan a trip to the nearby Caimán Grande lighthouse, and take a trip to see the molasses ship San Pascual, an authentic relic of the naval industry.

Santa Clara is the capital of the province and it’s most worthwhile to wander around and admire the history and culture of this city. It was here that Ernesto Ché Guevara headed up the rebels in their victory that was decisive for the triumph of the Cuban Revolution. For this reason, an impressive mausoleum and monument to the Hero Guerrilla was built.

Santa Clara also has four universities and unique cultural centers that contribute to a vibrant and stimulating urban environment. We invite you to sit on one of the benches in the Leoncio Vidal park, and converse with the locals, as well as to go to La Caridad Theater and see a show. Santa Clara is also the base for los Naranjas, the province’s baseball team.

Villa Clara province is also home to Remedios, one of the most ancient and colonial of Cuba’s cities with its beautiful architecture and its well known Parrandas festival at the end of December and the beginning of January. Without doubt, it makes an excellent stop before heading out to the keys.

Other attractive sites in the province include Lake Hanabanilla, one of the largest artificial reservoirs in the country, built at the foot of the mountainous Escambray massif, and home to important Cuban flora and fauna. One can also take up health tourism and visit the internationally known Elguea center where mineral, mud and thermal therapies are undertaken.

As well as tourism, the most important elements of the province’s economy are tourism (Villa Clara is the second largest area cultivated with sugar cane in Cuba) and tobacco.

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