Sancti Spiritus, one of the Cuban cities where you can enjoy nature more, because despite being located in the center of the island, it has the proximity of Lake Zaza, important tobacco areas and mountainous regions. As the main attraction is the city of Trinidad, as detained in time gives the visitor the charms of a city nestled between the sea and the mountain, where it has been known to combine the chores of today's life with the innumerable riches inherited from the founding of the Ville. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, the once village of Trinidad - founded in the sixteenth century - is undoubtedly a colonial architectural jewel of our country and America. Hotels, restaurants, shops and other conveniences of modern life have occupied their space without Trinidad being no longer an authentic colonial city.
Together with the historical and cultural values of the territory, the attractions of nature in the mountainous area of Escambray, the beaches and beauties of the seabed, as well as the hospitality of the people, make this region and each of its sites unique. Do not miss the visit to the symbolic tower of Manaca-Iznaga, from where the Valle de los Ingenios is overlooked; the beaches of Ancón and María Aguilar, the Caburní waterfall, the Calaveras cave or the nearby cays, among which Cayo Blanco de Casilda stands out.