The province of Las Tunas, located between those of Camagüey, Holguín and Granma, is famous for its quiet, beautiful beaches, the rural culture of “herders” and a large number of events, including the most important folk music festival Cuba, the only magic conference of Latin America and an exhibition of sculpture that lasts a whole month.
The provincial capital, the city of Las Tunas, has been dubbed the Balcony of the East, by virtue of its geographical location, which marks the border between the western and eastern Cuba, both geographically and culturally . also known as the “City of Sculptures”, its streets are adorned with over 100 statues.
The province of Las Tunas has also sparkling beaches, turquoise waters and colorful corals, particularly on Covarrubias Beach, on the Atlantic coast.
Nearby is the second largest city of the province, Puerto Padre, famous for its factories and a history dating back to the sixteenth century.