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If you are looking to book your Cuba Holidays 2016, We can help you. The Caribbean sea, filled with luscious green islands, boasting miles and miles of white sandy beaches and turquoise blue seas. The island with a difference is Cuba. Located in the north of the Caribbean Sea, close to the tip of Florida. This big island, almost the size of England offers all you would expect and more. Sit back, relax and enjoy the laid back atmosphere of rum, cigars, beaches and salsa. Whether you're looking for a multi centre getaway, all inclusive option, cheap hotel holiday or a last minute deal offering low prices, cheap holidays or a last minute deal, we tailor make holidays to suit our clients down to a tee.

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Steeped in Afro-Latin culture this paradise island retreat is definitely a top holiday hot-spot. Enjoy fabulous fresh foods, straight from the sea, lobster and fish are very popular along with rice, beans and plantains! Chicken and pork are also widely available. Check out the historical sugar and coffee plantations, sip on fancy cocktails – enjoy Cuba. A holiday to Cuba is more varied than other paradise retreats, Cuba boasts a vast cultural past, once colonised by the Spanish, still the official language here. Trinidad is a great example of Cuba’s colonial past. Cuba’s central squares of buzzing people are only part of the amazing cultural scene of dance, music and theatre. The international ballet and jazz festivals are well worth checking out if your holiday falls on their dates.
Havana, the capital of Cuba is filled with delights, the cigar and rum factories are well worth a visit. Get around on the Viazul Bus – very green, easy and cheap too! Make sure you visit Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Cubas oldest building, as well as admiring the Spanish colonial buildings, many still lived in! The charming street of Calle Obispo is filled with old fashioned boutiques and quaint cafes. Havana and Varadero are definitely the liveliest places on the island, filled with exciting salsa bars, clubs, and restaurants. And of course some of the worlds best beaches of crystal clear waters and plenty of water sports.

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Boasting fabulous beaches, Varadero is one of the best, but if its more peace and quiet your after be sure to check out the sunny shores of Jibacoa. Just between Varadero and Havana. Venture out to seas on a glass bottom boat, swim with Dolphins and admire the amazing coral! The small island of Cayo Santa Maria is also home to stunning beaches, in the north of Cuba.

Truly enjoy the locals lifestyles in Cuba, a playground for all ages. Bursting with many, many hotels this island is an obvious holiday destination. Book with Fleetway travel for cheap holidays to Cuba.

The Caribbean sea is ultimately a haven of luscious green islands, boasting miles and miles of white sandy beaches and turquoise blue seas. The island with a difference is Cuba. Located in the north of the Caribbean Sea, close to the tip of Florida. This big island, almost the size of England offers all you would expect and more. Sit back, relax and enjoy the laid back atmosphere of rum, cigars, beaches and salsa. Steeped in Afro-Latin culture this paradise island retreat is definitely a top holiday hot-spot. Enjoy fabulous fresh foods, straight from the sea, lobster and fish are very popular along with rice, beans and plantains! Chicken and pork are also widely available. Check out the historical sugar and coffee plantations, sip on fancy cocktails – enjoy Cuba.

Havana, the capital of Cuba is filled with endless delights. Definitely worthy of leaving a lasting impression. This confident Caribbean city filled with colour and culture boasts an array of museums. Be sure to find one of the many old 1950s American cars around town too. The cigar and rum factories are well worth a visit as well as the museum of the fine arts and the Museo De la Revolucian. Get around on the Viazul Bus – very green, easy and cheap too! Or even a bicycle- as many of the Cubans do.
The old town of Habana Vieja is world renowned and UNESCO protected. Bulging with attractive squares, old mansions, churches, palaces, monuments, fortresses and all things colonial! Make sure you visit Castillo de la Real Fuerza, Cubas oldest building, as well as admiring the Spanish colonial memories, many still lived in! The charming street of Calle Obispo is filled with old fashioned boutiques and quaint cafes. Havana is definitely the liveliest place on the island, filled with exciting salsa bars, clubs, and restaurants. La Bodeguita del Medio and El Florita are two of the best and even favourites of Hemingway.
When the culture has got the better of you the best beach in the city is Playa del Este, at 7 miles long with plenty of life this beach oozes character. The Montemar National Park is also very picturesque, make a trip whilst on your holiday in Havana…If you have time that is.

Varadero is the most famous beach resort is Cuba. Running along 12 miles of the most stunning Caribbean white beaches. With its own airport just 14 miles north of the resort too! Enjoying a wonderful tropical climate this is an amazing cosmopolitan resort great for water sports, entertainment and some wholesome RnR. A highlight of any holiday to Cuba and in particular Varadero is the Cuban culture and lifestyle. Venturing out of your luxury hotel to one of the many music clubs, bars and nightclubs is a must. Here the tourists and the Cubans mix creating a wonderful vibe! The main town centre is also home to many fabulous restaurants – try the delightful sea food dishes. A variety of excursions are also on offer from Varadero, a visit to the town of Trinidad has got to be had! But for those who don’t want to venture too far afield and are seeking culture the old town of Varadero is a delight, with its own old wooden buildings and rustic pre-revolutionary mansions along the seafront. The main calling card to Varadero is however the beaches. Some say it is the holder of the finest in the whole Caribbean. Offering tonnes of activities you’re really not going to get bored. Try your hand at Sky diving, jets skis, windsurfing, sailing, snorkelling, diving and deep sea fishing! Golf, bowling and horse riding is also available for those wishing to stay dry. Don’t forget to check out the mangrove tours and the Dolphin aquarium too! There are countless numbers of hotels in Varadero to suit all tastes and budgets. For people looking for a little more peace and quiet stay just down the cot in Jibacoa.

Without a doubt, the most beautiful place for a holiday in cuba is Cayo Santa Maria, an untouched island paradise. At just 13km long and 2km wide this full island is bulging with all things natural. Attached the main land by a causeway, with its own airport servicing the region. All flights from the UK fly to Havana, you then have the chance to take an amazing city break before relaxing in your island retreat of Coco Santa Maria. Transfers are either a very short flight away or the scenic route – by road.

This stunning destination boasts beautiful untouched beaches, all the hotels provide their own wealth of water sports and diving too. The offshore reefs are stunning! The Cayo Santa Maria islet is a biosphere reserve, flamingos, herons, cormorants and many other birds all have made this beautiful place their home.

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Summer sun holidays are always a delight, especially when taken to far away shores. Adding that extra touch of adventure can really make good holidays great. Holidays to the sunshine island of Cuba are as popular as ever and in particular all inclusive hotel holidays, which they themselves have really taken off in the past few years. As one of the greener islands in the Caribbean, Cuba boasts miles and miles of turquoise blue seas and long white sandy beaches…And an abundance of outdoor retreats for all those travellers seeking something special.

Being one of the bigger islands in the Caribbean comes with the added bonus' of having towns and even cities to explore, as well as the option of taking multicentre holidays to truly discover ever corner of this magical getaway! Enjoying year round sun, Cuba can even be had over the winter months! Sit back, relax and enjoy the laid back atmosphere of rum, beaches and salsa. Steeped in Afro-Latin culture this paradise island retreat is definitely a top holiday hot-spot. Holidays to Cuba even have their fair share of culture to be discovered, including one of the most fascinating histories in the regions. Old sugar and coffee plantations are great for discovering the livelihoods of the locals' ancestors. The Old Town of Trinidad as well as the islands capital Havana are perfect for getting in with the residence and really getting to grips with the islands lifestyles. This confident Caribbean capital is absolutely filled with colour and culture boasts an array of museums. Be sure to find one of the many old 1950s American cars around town too. The cigar and rum factories are well worth a visit as well as the museum of the fine arts and the Museo De la Revolucian. Get around on the Viazul Bus – very green, easy and cheap too! Or even a bicycle - as many of the Cubans do.

Cuba Holiday

For those looking further than the beach and the exciting towns, a cheap holiday to Cuba is great for walking. Take a three day guided hike over the Sierra Maestra mountain range. And for the less active, there are beautiful walks around Trinidad, Vinales and Santiago. Holidays to Cuba are generally taken with beaches in mind, Cuba is in fact home to some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, which of course already boast being the best in the world. Holidays to the sun shine resort of Varadero are the most popular on the island, this big resort really do cater for every traveller and is the ideal for families, couples and groups of friends. The elegant shoreline of Varadero is in fact made up of 12 miles of glorious, white sandy beaches. With its own airport just 14 miles north of the resort too! Enjoying a wonderful tropical climate this is an amazing cosmopolitan resort great for water sports, entertainment and some wholesome RnR. A highlight of any holiday to Cuba and in particular Varadero is the Cuban culture and lifestyle. Venturing out of your luxury hotel to one of the many music clubs, bars and nightclubs is a must. Here the tourists and the Cubans mix creating a wonderful vibe! The main town centre is also home to many fabulous restaurants – try the delightful sea food dishes. For outstanding beauty head to the much smaller islands just off the north of Cuba! Cayo Santa Maria and Cayo Coco boast island retreat vibes with all the added essentials! Holidays to these absolute sun destinations are a haven of stunning, untouched beaches, all the hotels provide their own wealth of water sports and diving too. The offshore reefs are stunning! The Cayo Santa Maria islet is a biosphere reserve, flamingos, herons, cormorants and many other birds all have made this beautiful place their home. The hotels in Cayo Santa Maria are all large, all inclusive resorts. They are very self contained with their own nightlife, restaurants and entertainment. Also offering water sports galore! Fleetway travel can always book your dream holiday to Cay Santa Maria, Havana, Varadero and the lesser known areas of Cuba.

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