Jaimanitas is a sweet little fishing village composed of wooden houses built of tongue-and-groove boarding and painted in pastels. Fresh fish and a friendly atmosphere make this a good place to visit. The mouth of the Río Jaimanitas marks the western end of town; the Club Habana is at the eastern edge. Miramar ends at the Marina Hemingway, a yachting facility just across the Río Jaimanitas. Unless you want to see some yachts or arrange a fishing trip, there's
not much to see here aside from the modern hotel complexes and the marina itself.