Hotel Gran Caribe Villa Tropico, more known as Cameleon Villa Jibacoa is among Cuba’s best-kept secrets. Villa Tropico is located on the secluded Arroyo Bermejo beach in Jibacoa, an hour’s drive from both Havana and Varadero. The hotel is built and run by local staff and offers a budget option to the bigger and more modern resort Memories Jibacoa.
Villa Tropico is very attractive...
From £43.23 per person
based on 2 adults sharing 标准间 房+全部餐饮 from 2017-05-01 to 2017-07-14
The Mayabeque Province takes its (native indian) name from both the river Mayabeque, the largest in the region, & Playa Mayabeque on the south coast. The latter most importantly, historically, being the site of the original San Cristóbal de La Habana settlement of 1514.
The fertile Mayabeque river valley became ecomically prosperous, to the extent that in 1837 it had the first railway in all of Latin America. This in turn allowed the region to become Cuba's first major sugar industry power house, with upto 94 refineries.
The Mayabeque province has a population of 381,446. The provincial capital, San José de las Lajas, is the most populous municipality with more than 74,000 inhabitants. The other 10 municipalities are Bejucal, Jaruco, Santa Cruz del Norte, Madruga, Nueva Paz, San Nicolás de Bari, Güines, Melena del Sur, Batabanó & Quivicán.