Hotels in Granma.
Granma is one of the provinces of Cuba, located 730 km southeast of Havana. The capital is the city of Bayamo, it has the status of a national monument. Especially attracts those who love history and nature. The province is considered the cradle of Cuban culture, on the territory of which there are almost half of the historically significant places of the Island.
On the territory of Granma is the National Park Desembarco, declared by UNESCO a natural landscape the heritage of mankind, as well as the National Park Turquino. Both parks can be accessed from the main tourist area of the province, the beach of Marea del Portillo.
Bartolomé Maso is the most mountainous municipality in the province. There are great opportunities for ecological tourism here. Beautiful rivers, unique charm of flora and fauna are very attractive for tourists.
The Spanish conquistador Diego Velasquez founded Bayamo. In its very center lies a large green park named after Cespedes. On the territory of a shady square, there are marble benches and sculptural images on which the author of the national anthem Perucho Figueredo and the fighter for the freedom of Cuba Carlos Manuel de Céspedes is immortalized. The memorial is dedicated to him, which reminds that it was here in 1868 that Cespedes declared the country's independence. It will be interesting to visit the Wax Museum opened in 2004. There are statues of wax from such famous personalities as Benny More, Compay Segundo, Polo Montañes and others.
The most interesting objects of the city of Manzanillo are a cafe, which was built in 1906 and has survived to this day, the club of Spanish immigrants - the Colony of Hispaniola (1935). The building is decorated with original tiles, depicting the landing of Columbus. The decoration of the courtyard is done in the Andalusian style.
The beach of Marea del Portillo is the main tourist center of the province. In Marea del Portillo is the diving center Albacora. There are modern hotels that meet the expectations of even the most demanding tourists.
Niquero is famous for its wooden houses and the lively holiday "Night of Cubanilla", during which all the streets in the city overlap and right on the streets local people prepare different dishes.
Next to Niquero is the National Park "Desembarco", one of the main attractions of the province. The park is named after the landing on the island from the yacht Granma, in which Fidel and Raul Castro, Che Guevara and 79 of their associates sailed from Mexico in 1956 to organize the Cuban revolution. The park was opened in 1986 and is now protected by UNESCO. The territory of the national park is a geological and geomorphological area with sea terraces and karst forms of relief.