It's forever linked with cigars and Castro, but holidays in Cuba are these days more of a revelation than a revolution. If you're looking for character and charm, Cuba has it coming out of its ears. What's more, following massive investment in tourism by the Castro government, today's Cuba holidays also come with all the modern comforts you would find in the Med. Not to mention 300 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 25 degrees!
Cuba's resorts offer pretty much something for everyone, whether you're looking for peace and quiet or a party atmosphere. At one end of the scale is lively Varadero, close to the capital Havana. On the quieter side is Guardalavaca, a sleepy backwater on the north east coast. And if you're looking for all inclusive holidays to Cuba, Playa Pesquero is the place.
A couple of decades ago, talking about cheap holidays to Cuba would probably have raised a few wry smiles. But this is now one of the best value destinations in the Caribbean. So, there's a good prospect of picking up one of those bargain getaways or late deals. Whether you do or not, you'll get a great deal for your money, including amazing tropical scenery, old colonial treasures, salsa music and, of course, the amazing sight of pre-revolutionary Cadillacs and Pontiacs gliding majestically around the city streets. Along with those famous cigars, they're all part of the unique spirit of Cuba.
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