About forty kilometers from Ciego de Avila and connected to the capital by a road through the sugar cane plantations, there is the small town of Moron. To see, the interesting Museo de Historia y Arqueologia dedicated to the history of the city and from whose roof you can admire the splendid panorama of the city. We realize you have arrived at Moron, when you will find a giant sculpture of a rooster dominating the carrettera.
Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo
Cayo Coco is second only to Varadero as a tourist center. Located within the Jardines del Rey archipelago is the fourth largest island of Cuba, and is connected to the mainland thanks to a causeway that goes over the sea for over 30 kilometers. Its many resorts and white sandy beaches, making it one of the most beloved places by tourists from around the world. Another popular island of 13 square kilometers located west of Cayo Coco is Cayo Guillermo is also connected via a causeway. international destination for sport fishing enthusiasts with magnificent backdrops appreciated by divers and snorkelers.