Declared a National Monument, it is a quiet colonial city of Cuba. It is located between mountainous massifs with a great profusion of endemic vegetation, which turn the place into an exotic place with crystalline rivers and cozy beaches.
The city of Baracoa is the oldest in Cuba, since it was the first village founded by Diego Velázquez in 1511, under the name of “Our Lady of the Assumption of Baracoa”.
the confrontation between the natives of these lands and the Spaniards has transcended the centuries, revealing legends such as the one that recounts the death of the cacique Hatuey.
The history permeates its narrow and cobbled streets, surrounded by old mansions that extend from the Castillo de la Punta to the Fortress of Matachin, two of its most important attractions next to the Fortress of Seboruco.
In the surroundings of this villa you will find incredible beaches, mountains and one of the best national parks of all Cuba; Enclaves that you must visit during your visit to Baracoa