Top 5 non-beach attractions in Cuba

Glorious beaches and the shining sun are probably the first thoughts that come to mind when planning for a Caribbean vacation. When hunting for a Cuba vacation rental, there’s definitely no shortage of sand, sun, and crystal clear waters. However, it is great to know that there are many other attractions in this Caribbean island that do not involve the beach. This doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll skip the beach, though. Here are 5 non-beach tourist attractions that you definitely shouldn’t miss during your Cuban holiday!

 

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Havana’s Jose Marti Memorial or the Plaza de la Revolucion

When looking for a Cuban holiday rental, try to search for rentals that offer easy access to the Plaza de la Revolucion as this beautiful spot is definitely a must-visit. Snap a few photos of the monument with its picturesque backdrop of the clear blue sky before moving on to the nearby plazas. It would be great to stop by because this is a historical spot in Havana. In addition to that, you will see Che Guevara’s large portrait across the memorial!

 

Havana’s Parque Historico Militar

Located by the seaside, the Parque Historico Militar takes you back in time as the fortresses in it were built in as early as the 17th century. It houses the Castillo de los Tres Reyes Del Morro aka El Morro and the Fortaleza de San Carlos de la Cabana, two of Havana’s most famous fortresses. If you are finding a rental villa in Cuba, you a spot nearby would be great.

 

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Cienaga de Zapata or the Peninsula de Zapata

Also known as the Zapata Swamp, the Cienaga de Zapata is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Now you wouldn’t exactly want a Cuba villa close to this are as it houses 150 species of birds such as waterhens, rare bandicoots, heron and parrots. You will surely spot a crocodile too during your visit because these are very common in the area.

 

Santiago de Cuba’s Castillo de San Pedro del Morro

Also located by the sea, one of the most preserved and amazingly beautiful Spanish fortresses built in the 17th century, the Castillo de San Pedro has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’d love to have your villa in Cuba close to this area as it stands by the Bay of Santiago just 10km from the second largest city in Cuba, Santiago de Cuba.

 

Sierra de los Organos’ Parque Nacional Vinales

It would be a dream to have a Cuba holiday rental close to the Parque Nacional Vinales as it can let you breathe in fresh air and admire all the surrounding greeneries. Also proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Parque Nacional Vinales offers an awe-inspiring view of limestone hills and green valleys.


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