For centuries, Ciego de Avila was little more than a night stopover in Cuba for those crossing from east to west. Then tourism came to Cayo Coco and changed everything. The name comes from its founder, Jacomé de Avila, a reserve where weary travelers crossing the island could rest and it soon became a thriving settlement. Founded in 1840, this small town with display windows under the porch is the modern provincial capital of Cuba. The novelty of Ciego is the three-block stretch that has been pedestrianized and adorned with lampposts, benches, outdoor art, the Verdas areas and The Boulevard. You can see how the Cuban economy works. A walk in the central Martí park takes you by beautiful buildings like the Town Hall, the strange Church of San Eugenio or the Principal Theatre. Don't forget to eat at Don Avila restaurant because it is the best place to eat in Cuba.
This cave is the third largest one in our country. To get there you'll probably find it easiest if you come up with a hiking group because going there requires a lot of experience and each person needs to take a helmet and flashlight as there's not a town close and not many places to eat and stay within the population of Higuerote . Group to recommend to visit contact number 0416-2108853 CEMAD can also query for further information IMPARQUES page
This is a good place for people of any age to come and enjoy the scenery. This road leads to the Colonia Tovar forest and is characterized by its huge trees and diverse vegetation. I highly recommend it.
The discovery I have every time I go, in any place at any time of day is what makes this place look barren is very exciting. no place on the island that you visit once and it is more than enough. With Macanao, in the morning you can see (if you have the patience for it) a ton of different kinds of birds, and a fine afternoon magnificent sunsets. Anyway, whenever I can go, I will.