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  • Finca Duaba | Duaba Farm Baracoa
    Finca Duaba | Duaba Farm Baracoa
    At just 6 kilometers from Baracoa's city center on the road to Moa, you'll find the Finca Duaba nature farm boasting insights into the rural way of life in our region and the fascinating world of cocoa production and the strong Cocoa bean traditions in Baracoa. Wandering through the paths of the farm you'll also discover precious fruit trees and the procedures employed for harvesting and processing them according to the methods still used by farmers in the area. The [...]
  • Baracoa Beaches Food and Getting Here
    Baracoa Beaches Food and Getting Here
    Despite the fascination by visitors of the natural environment and unique ecosystem of Baracoa, the beaches are easily still our best kept secret. There are too many beaches to choose from really, some totally virgin without even names. More popular beaches in the vicinity of the town are: Duaba Honey Beach and further west, Playa Maguana and Playa Nibujon. The cuisine of the region is one of the richest in the country. Our famous poached and then fried banana and, of course, the milled corn [...]
  • Our 500th birthday in Bayamo
    Our 500th birthday in Bayamo
    In 2013 we celebrated our 500th anniversary as a city. If you missed it, that's a great shame, as it was spectacular but we're still celebrating! The gala, entitled Crisoles de 500 soles, was considered one of the greatest events of the past 2 decades in Cuba. Over 700 artists gathered to decorate the city; many of these designs are still visible today, as we continue our homage to those 500 years of our city's existence. The founding of the [...]
  • Parish Church and Cathedral of San Salvador Bayamo
    Parish Church and Cathedral of San Salvador Bayamo
    The San Salvador de Bayamo Church, which was named a Cathedral in 1995, was inaugurated by diocesan Priest Alfonso Enrique de Armendariz in the XVIII Century and it later evolved to become the beautiful three building church you see today. Picturesque colonial style brick walls, structured roofs and iron bars with splendid ornate carved Wood interior and golden pulpit, two choir areas and nine altars. Archaeological studies on the San Salvador de Bayamo building corroborate the assumptions of the Vatican [...]
  • Birthplace of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes Bayamo
    Birthplace of Carlos Manuel de Cespedes Bayamo
    Finding the CARLOS MANUEL DE CESPEDES home and birthplace in Bayamo is rather easy as most visitors are either walking to or from this historic building, it is located at number 57 on Antonio Maceo Street in the heart of the city, a street previously called Burruchaga or Mercaderes alley. The house looks out onto the picturesque Isabel II. One of the few two-story colonial houses in the City it has been kept in the exact original state. Cuba's national [...]

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