Cuba - Camaguey Province (Chapter)
This is the Camagüey Province chapter from Lonely Planet’s Cuba guidebook.
Cuba’s largest province is a mostly pastoral mix of grazing cattle, lazy old sugar-mill towns and, in the south, a few low-but-lovely hill ranges. It’s flanked by Cuba’s two largest archipelagos: the Sabana-Camagüey in the north and the Jardines de la Reina in the south, both underdeveloped and almost virgin in places. Staunchly Catholic capital Camagüey, with its alluring architecture and cosmopolitan charm, is the province’s pin-up.
- stopping in Guáimaro, where Cuba’s first constitution was signed
- going fly-fishing for tarpon and bonefish in the shallow flats off Cayo Cruz
- tucking into one of the most sophisticated restaurant scenes outside Havana at Camagüey
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Camagüey, Florida, Sierra del Chorrillo, Guáimaro, Nuevitas, Brasil & around, Cayo Sabinal, and Playa Santa Lucía.
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