Che Guevara Mausoleum
Is where the bodies of Che and his troops, who died in battle in Bolivia, are buried.
A spa on the northern coast about halfway between the city of Santa Clara and Varadero Beach, is noted for its mineral springs and mud baths.
Founded in 1514, is a well preserved town with large colonial houses and a church. It is famous for its parrandas, or street festivals, and known for its museum, where artifacts relating to music, dancing and fireworks are on display.
On Villa Clara’s northern coast include the pristine Santa María and Las Brujas, across from the Old Bahamas Channel.
San Pascual’s Pontoon
Hotel is a 130-metre, concrete ship that was built in San Diego, California in 1920 and ran aground north of Villa Clara.
Is a large, fresh-water mountain reservoir surrounded by tropical forest. It is a popular Cuban trout-fishing spot.