Summer 2010 Brings Many Tourists to Villa Clara Province
Jesus Diaz-Canel, director of the National Tourist Information Office (INFOTUR) in the province, told AIN that they have now opened air operations from Argentina and Mexico, and the traditional flow from Canada, Italy and England is continuing.
He said the resorts of Villa Clara have about four thousand rooms, set mostly in the northeastern Keys and also in the cities of Caibarien, Remedios and Santa Clara.
The province offers many attractions in the islands with beautiful sandy beaches, where the nautical options have been expanded, and the massif with Guamuhaya, the only mountain lake in Cuba, he said.
Díaz-Canel also referred to the special values of the colonial architecture, legends and traditions of the eighth town founded by the Spanish 495 years ago, along with the cultural and historical attractions in three hundred year old Santa Clara.
During the summer they will also increase the frequency and variety of excursions for national holidaymakers visiting Cienfuegos, Varadero, Trinidad and the capital, among other destinations, according to Julio Muñiz, Secretary of the Travel Agencies in the province.