is the easternmost province in Cuba. Its capital
is southeast of the island over the margins
of the Guaso River. This city was the core of
sugar and coffee some time ago.
the beginnings of the 19th century, Guantánamo
still preserves a lot of the French architecture.
It is 30 km from the Caimanera port, located
in the Guantánamo Bay where the US
have a naval base known as Pearl Harbor
of the Atlantic.
To the north is a beautiful city: Baracoa,
first villa founded by conqueror Diego Velásquez.
The access to this city is by ground, through
viaduct La Farola.