In fact, figures show a marked increase of European, Russian and Latin American visitors over the last year and, as the island continues to evolve and change while (painstakingly slowly) reforming its economic model; more and more curious travellers will be drawn to its shores to get a glimpse of the romantic island barely touched by time, with its living pieces of nostalgia, its vibrant people, its intoxicating music and its undying resolution to take adversity with a pinch of salt, and keep on smiling, singing and dancing whatever comes their way.
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The Hicacos Point Natural Park is a 3.12 km (1.20 sq mi) ecological preserve established in 1974.
It contains the 250 m (820 ft) long Cave of Ambrosio, Mangón Lake (home to 31 species of birds and 24 species of reptiles) and the ruins of the La Calavera (The Skull) Salt Works (one of the first salt works to be constructed by the Spanish in the New World).
It is the second-most-important airport of the island after José Martí Airport in Havana, and serves international and domestic flights.
The place was first used as a dry dock (Spanish: varadero) and the salt mines of the peninsula (closed in 1961) supplied most of the Spanish Latin America Fleet since 1587.
Yacht owners and charter guests are always on the hunt for the next exciting destination to visit and Cuba is fast becoming a must-do.
“People want to have different experiences, they want a change from the same old places, and I think the next destination buzzword will be Cuba,” says Mark Elliott, sales and charter consultant at IYC.In the 1950s, the university, which is the Castro brothers' alma mater, was the site of major anti-government protests.It remains a site of political and social organization and the city's nexus of contemporary youth culture today.Without further ado, these are the biggest Cuba hotel openings in store for 20: Seven hotels in two years might not seem like a huge deal, but for Cuba this certainly is a remarkable figure, especially when you consider this island nation is not known for getting things done in a hurry.Due dates are kind of a lose concept and hotel openings are often pushed back by a few months or longer, although in more recent years deadlines have been met with more accuracy.Peak season runs from November to March and with sunshine 330 days of the year blue skies are almost guaranteed during a visit.