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Cuban tourism workers to help in the recovery of the northern keys

A brigade with 40 tourism workers from Santiago de Cuba departed towards Coco and Guillermo keys, in Ciego de Ávila province, to help in the recovery of hotels affected by the devastating Hurricane Irma. Read More

Cuban province exports 21 thousand tons of charcoal a year to Europe

Some 210,000 tonnes of charcoal shipped Ciego de Ávila to Europe in just over a decade with the aim of improving the Cuban economy and increasing financial capacity for industrial plans and agriculture. Read More

A new line of refined Cuban rum to be on the market in May

Ciego de Ávila Liquors and Beverages Company (EMBER) put into production a new line of refined rum, gold and silver dry, with the brand name La Palma, that will hit the shelves throughout Cuba next May. Read More

Foam Party in Cayo Coco, Cuba

A group of visitors share their stay in Cayo Coco, north of Cuba: comfortable rooms, sun, white sand and pristine beaches, foam party in the pool, yacht riding, diving, music, dancing and lots of fun. Read More

Emblematic hotel in Cayo Coco ready for winter season

With the enthusiasm of the first day and the quality that print more than 20 years of experience, the Hotel Colonial Cayo Coco bet to stay in the preference of customers who choose it on their vacation agenda in the current winter. Read More

Fitomas-E: Bionutriente to alleviate the drought in Cuba

One of the main tools which have seized harvesters is foliar and root bionutrient Fitomas-E. The product, purely Cuban and ecological, helps mitigate the stress that the lack of water and high temperatures cause in plantations. Read More

Europe receives 700 tons of Cuban pineapple

Cuba exported 700 tons of pineapple to Europe after a harvest of eight months in Ciego de Avila province, this allowed a significant injection of foreign currency into the national economy, state media reported. Read More

Portuguese tourists choose Jardines del Rey

Direct flights from Lisbon to Cayo Coco for the second consecutive summer confirmed the potential of Jardines del Rey to open to new markets, and the interest of Europeans for the Cuban tourist destinations. Read More

The highest bike in the world will be in Cuba

Felix Ramon Guirola, a 51 year old Cuban, born in Ciego de Avila, wants to impose the Guinness record for riding the highest bicycle in the world, next July. Read More

Islazul chain expands capacity for summer

Islazul hotel chain expands its lodging capacities for the summer period from the introduction of new facilities on the northern coast of the territory. Read More

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