Santiago de Cuba, known as the most Caribbean in the Caribbean Sea, has several beaches that although they are not as beautiful as the beaches of the north coast, their waters are warm and crystalline, they have a lot of sun and few waves and are surrounded by coconut trees. and palm trees.
The closest is Siboney beach fourteen kilometers from the city, followed by Daiquirí, Juraguá, Bucanero, Costa Morena, Berraco, Cazonal and Sigua. To the west there are another group of very beautiful beaches such as Mar Verde, Caletón Blanco, Buey Cabón and El Francés, with an impressive mountainous landscape.
Some of these beaches have hotels, as well as restaurants and other facilities such as diving centers.