/   ISSN 1607-6389
LATEST_UPDATE_ON Thu, 23 Nov 2017 - 11:55
Holguin Tourist Destination Continues to Grow

Photo: Reynaldo CruzHolguin will continue to be among the main regions of the country for the sustained development of the leisure industry, with the aim to incorporate new beach areas into the investment program that will allow surpassing the 64 438 hotel rooms by 2025.

Nature Tourism Captures Interest at FITCuba 2017

Delegates of FitCuba 2017 Visit Cayo Saetia Today

Cuba´s Responsibility in Tourism Praised

Participants in FitCuba Tour Bio Park Roca Azul

FitCuba: Palmares Group Inaugurates New Facilities in Holguin (+Photos)

FitCuba 2017 Begins in Holguin (+Photos)

The objectives was presented by Julio César Naranjo, delegate of the Ministry of Tourism (Mintur) in the province, during the presentation of the destination at the 37th International Tourism Fair, taking place at Playa Pesquero Hotel, from 2 to 6 May.

The main investments, said the delegate, are programmed in Guardalavaca, Gibara, Corinthia-Barredera, Cayo Saetía and the peninsula El Ramón de Antilla, almost virgin place where more than 19,000 rooms will be built in the coming years.

He recalled that Holguín, the third largest province of Cuba, has more than 220 tourist attractions, which together with a minimum of existing infrastructure, creates the conditions for the development of various recreational modalities: such as beach tourism, nautical, nature, city and health, among other modalities.

Today this destination has 5 550 rooms distributed in more than 20 hotel facilities, concentrating 90 percent in the modality of sun and beach and half of them are grouped in facilities four stars.

By the end of 2016, more than 364 thousand foreign tourists arrived in this destination, growing by 0.7 percent with respect to 2015. Canada, the United Kingdom, the domestic market and Germany are the main markets.

AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Copyright © 2000-2017 Periódico AHORA. The reproduction of any work is authorized by our Web Site whenever it is done entirely and also if quoting the source.
Optimized for IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Google Crome and Netscape. Resolution: 1024 x 768 pixeles.