Attractions in Santiago de Cuba

Cayo Granma

This place constitutes a singular geographical accident sited at the entrance of the Santiago de Cuba bay: a small cay inhabited by fishermen whose homes also add an enchanting ingredient to the marvelous experience awaiting a visitor upon arriving to this spot, since the bay’s scenery is even more embellished with the colorful, tile roofed houses, built on piles to skirt the seawater. The cay is almost entirely encircled by a beautiful beach.

Communication between the cay and the city of Santiago de Cuba is effected by sea, thanks to a line of small vessels utilized both by local residents as well as visitors.

Once here, one can fully satiate one’s appetite by choosing to visit the restaurant El Cayo, which boasts a menu based on seafood specialties.