General introduction

Cuba means light, colour, taste, fun and warmth. Cuba means endless sandy beaches and calm, turquoise water.
Cuba is an island of contrasts, a real wonder of nature.
Cuba's towns, gracefully showing their age, deliver pure nostalgia while Cuba's friendly inhabitants receive their visitors with open arms and let every guest take part in their lives with happiness.

The population of Cuba is a mixture of all conceivable cultures: whites and blacks, townies, farmers and fishers all live happily together.
The Cubans with their zest for life know very well how to involve everyone with their own enthusiasm.

More than 200 bays, 300 sandy beaches, a water temperature of 25°C to 28°C and 330 sunny days each year make activities on and in the water particularly attractive.

Cuba has something for everybody: Havana, Varadero, Pinar del Rio, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba - picturesque landscapes and towns full of life, beaches made in Paradise and healthy vegetation ... and of course the charming Cayos, the small islands off the coast that are just waiting to be discovered!