Western Cuba Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Western Cuba - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Matanzas 10

Peninsula de Zapata 5

Varadero 5

Valle de Viñales 5

Playa Giron 3

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Pinar del Rio 3

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Maria la Gorda 1

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Caleta Buena

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

Just east of Playa Girón, the sea has formed a series of natural pools by entering through underwater caves, creating the largest flooded...

Catedral de San Carlos

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Recently restored on the outside, this massive, Neoclassical church with two ornate towers is famous for its interior frescoes. In front...

Criadero de Cocodrilos

  • Farm/Ranch

From the safety of wooden walkways, you can observe some 3,000 crocodiles in various stages of development at this breeding center-cum-tourist...

Cueva de Ambrosio

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Discovered in the 1960s, this cave contains aboriginal drawings of concentric circles and other pre-Columbian symbols, thought to be...

Cueva del Indio

  • Cave

This spectacular and massive cave is named for the aboriginal Guanahatabey. Dripping with limestone formations, it's spooky enough to...

Delfinario Varadero

  • Zoo/Aquarium

For a pleasant break from the beach, you can watch a troupe of acrobatic dolphins show off their tricks in a 35-minute show (CUC$20)...

El Palenque/Cueva de José Miguel

  • Cave

The dimly lighted, rough 140-meter (462-foot) tunnel piercing this mogote opens onto an eerily quiet open space ringed by high limestone...

Finca Fiesta Campesina

  • Zoo/Aquarium

At this casual farm-cum-zoo visitors can see two of Cuba's distinctive animals: the manjuarí, a primitive water creature with an alligator...

Fábrica de Bebidas Guayabita

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

On a narrow side street south of the city center, this small distillery occupies a former rum factory. Just about every process is done...

Fábrica de Tabacos Francisco Donatien

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

This traditional cigar factory, in a stately, colonnaded building that was the city jail until 1961, offers a more intimate visit than...

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