Not many regions in Cuba have the natural beauty of Pinar del Río. Blessed by nature, it treasures two of the six World Biosphere Reserves in the island. The charm of its flora and fauna is the main attraction of the province, so much so that it defines the characteristics of the tourism there: the land of the best tobacco in the world.
Pinar del Río is a very interesting destination, for those who find in the contact with nature a good reason to travel.
To get to know Pinar del Rio there’s nothing better than an excursion and visits to its most beautiful sceneries: Vinales Valley, declared World Cultural Landscape by UNESCO; Las Terrazas tourist complex ; Soroa, with its orchid center and the lovely waterfall; the ruins of the French coffee plantations of the 19th century, the Laguna Grande dam, suit for fishing; the Santo Tomas Cave system, 45 km long; Maria La Gorda International diving center, in the World Reserve of Guanahacabibes, and the northern keys of Levisa, Paraiso and Jutia.
Pinar del Rio covers a privileged position in our insular geography. To the north, the Gulf of Mexico, to the south the Gulf of Batabano, to the west Yucatan Strait and to the east the province of Havana.
Cayo Levisa Hotel And Beach, Pinar del Rio, Cuba
Posted in 2009-12-13 08:00:35
Maria La Gorda Beach, Hotel And Diving Center
Posted in 2009-12-13 07:57:44
On the way to visit Robaina we drove through the fertile feilds of the Pinar del Rio Region, near Viñales Valley (Spanish: Valle de Viñales)
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