Cuba’s largest province, Camaguey, lies between Ciego de Ávila and Las Tunas at the eastern part of the island. Owner of the biggest Historic Center in Cuba, the city was declared by Unesco as World Heritage Site in 2008 due to its architectural richness, influenced by Moorish and Spanish styles. Known as the City of Tinajones (clay pots), Camaguey has a unique urban layout, displayed as a labyrinth of streets beginning or ending at small squares, most of them with an adjacent church. Aside from its historic richness, Camagüey also hosts the gorgeous Playa Santa Lucía on the northern littoral. White-soft-sand beaches share proximity to a notably rich coral reef, appreciable with the International Diving Center services. At CubaTravelsClub we have the expertise, the technology and the securing methods for you to book your next holidays at any of those Cuban destinations, either online or contacting us by email.