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Villa Clara

 

Villa Clara er en av Cubas 14 provinser. Den grenser mot Matanzas (v) mot Atlanterhavet (n) mot Sancti Spíritus (ø) og mot Cienfuegos (s). Villa Clara er inndelt i 13 kommuneområder og Santa Clara er provinshovedstaden. Næringsvirksomheten i provinsen er i hovedsak relatert til sukkerproduksjon og foredling.

Provinsens kystlinje har mange fine områder med viker, korallrev og flotte sandstrender. Landskapet i provinsen har både fjell (ikke veldig høye, kun 464 moh.) og områder med fine ferskvann. Sistnevnte benyttes både av sportsfiskere og av lokalbefolkningen som næring.

Villa Clara har også Cubas største elv - Río Sagua la Grande.

 

Du kan lese mer her: Offisiell hjemmeside (spansk)

 

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Museo de las Parrandas en Remedios

The appearance and further development of traditional parties of the Remedios municipality, identified as "Parrandas remedianas", are shown in the museum. Since the moment of its appearance, this sort of carnival competes with its analogues at the locations of Vueltas and Camajuaní. The museum exhibits models, lamps, garments, and many other objects that identify this homely territory.

Address:

Calle Máximo Gómez # 71, Remedios, Villa Clara


Villa Clara Province Beaches

 

Las Brujas and Santa Maria Cayos

 

Las Brujas and Santa Maria Cayos-together with Fragoso, Cobos, Ensenachos and Frances Cayos-just off the northern coast of Villa Clara Province, constitute an island paradise with over ten and a half miles (17 km) of beaches and virgin nature that are gradually being opened to tourism.

Called "the white rose of the Jardines del Rey Archipelago" , Santa Maria is the last and largest of the cayos. Together with Las Brujas and Ensenachos Cayos, it is linked to terra firma by an impressive stone causeway. Santa Maria is 5 square miles (13 square km) in size. It has over six and a half miles (11 km) of beaches of excellent quality, plus a wealth of flora and fauna which can be seen during tours inlands

There is a scuba-diving center with 24 well-chosen diving sites, so you can outfit yourself and see agreat variety of coral and fish in its clear water and virgin seabed.

Las Brujas is a tiny islet whose fine white sand, dazzling sea and untouched nature make its visitors feel like Robinson Crusoe. It has over a mile of virgin beaches. Its singlestory cabanas built of a cliff are linked with one another and with the social areas by wooden bridges, so the local animals-which are entirely harmless-can be move around freely. On both Cayos are large numbers of endemic plants and animals.

 

Cayo Santa María is a paradisiacal key off the northern coast of Cuba covered by lush tropical vegetation, with fine white sand beaches kissed by clear turquoise blue waters. Sun, beach and nature combined! You can ride the waves on a catamaran, go snorkeling along the coral reef barrier, trek though the area, go cycling or horseback riding.


 

Location & How to Get There

The Cayos are just off the northern coast of Villa Clara Province, in Central Cuba. Santa Clara, the capital of the province, which is around 62 miles (255 km) east of Havana. They are linked to terra firma by one of the main engineering works in Cuba of the 20th century: an ecological stone causeway built 30 miles (48 km) into the sea, with 45 bridges so as not to adversely affect the ecosystems and sea currents in the area. In addition to this means of access, both Las Brujas Cayo and Santa Clara have airports that can handle small and medium-sized planes.

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