Las Tunas is located
in the easternmost part of the Western region
of Cuba. Its coasts are bathed by the Atlantic
Ocean and the Guacanayabo Gulf. It features
more than 30 virgin beaches.
beach welcomes today international tourists
and focuses the tourist offer in the territory.
Nature tourism has been developing and the
area provides a space for the speleological
Also called the capital of the sculptures
Las Tunas is venue of the most significant
country fiesta in Cuba: the Jornada Cucalambeana,
homage to the former king of Décima,
Juan Cristóbal Nápoles Fajardo,
known as el Cucalambé.
Fuerte de la Loma, considered National Monument
, shows one of the defensive walls made
by the Spanish colonial government to stop
the growing advance of the Cuban army during
the independentist wars.