Description Restaurants: Cayo Granma, Santiago de Cuba. Cuba
At the entrance of the Santiago bay, surrounded by the waters of the Caribbean Sea. It offers the most varied seafood-based dishes. A walk around Santiago Bay is best finished off by a visit to the headland and the Cayo restaurant. Inside the restaurant the decoration follows a maritime theme and regardless to say there is a good view of the sea. The dining areas are air conditioned and there is also a bar and an outdoor terrace. On the menu expect a fine selection of Cuban and international seafood dishes, including the now famous Mariscada del Cayo, consisting of lobster, shrimps, garfish fillet and shellfish. Beverages include soft drinks and cocktails.
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Calle 11 No. 2 e/ E y F, Chivirico
(5322) 643894 8km 536m
Cayo Granma is located in Santiago de Cuba
It limits to the north with the province of Holguín; to the west with Granma; to the south with the Caribbean Sea, and to the east with the province of Guantánamo. The province covers a total area of 6 343 21 , Km². You can get here through Antonio Maceo International Airport, also by road from any other part of Cuba, or by sea â”€in this last case, requesting the services from Punta Gorda Marina.
Two particular features characterizes Santiago de Cuba that make it exceptional: its hospitality, with people of happy and relaxed temperament and its rich historical-cultural wealth. Its Caribbean identity is evident in its popular music and in folklore manifestations. It depicts the title of Heroine City of the Republic of Cuba for the role carried out by its inhabitants in the revolutionary struggle during the decade of 1950. Privileged by its historical past, in Santiago de Cuba there are two of the Cuban places distinguished by UNESCO with the title of World Heritage: the San Pedro de la Roca Castle and the ruins of the first French coffee plantations in La Gran Piedra. The Santa Ifigenia cemetery , the 26 of July Historical Museum and the Siboney Farm, are places indissolubly linked to the history of Cuba.
Cayo Granma and Baconao Park (Biosphere Reserve) also part of the attractiveness of this region. As a tourist destination, Santiago de Cuba, combines excellent possibilities for the enjoyment of beaches, city and nature tourism for to the places of interest in those three scenarios.
For those who arrive in Santiago de Cuba, there are diverse lodging options in the city and in its surroundings, linked as much to the sea as to nature. With a variety of categories and levels of comfort, it will always be a guarantee for the visitors looking for harmony and soothing rest. There are other things, among so many, that make people from Santiago proud: to be the birthplace, par excellence, of almost all the musical genres of Cuba, a country where the music is soul and root; also, the carnivals that every month of July take place here, are the most spectacular in the country; as well as their rum, the well-known Fiestas del Fuego and the already traditional Festival of the Caribbean.
The region of Santiago de Cuba has the necessary infrastructure to encourage tourism of events and congresses; it also has in its mountainous and seafaring environment the conditions to develop nature and adventure tourism, trekking, nautical activities, and health tourism. But there is nothing better than walk its undulating and narrow streets loaded with history and music at the same time.
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A walk around Santiago Bay is best finished off by a visit to the headland and the Cayo restaurant. Inside the restaurant the decoration follows a maritime theme and regardless to say there is a good view of the sea. The dining areas are air conditioned and there is also a bar and an outdoor terrace. On the menu expect a fine selection of Cuban and international seafood dishes, including the now famous Mariscada del Cayo, consisting of lobster, shrimps, garfish fillet and shellfish. Beverages include soft drinks and cocktails.
Review about Restaurants: Cayo Granma
Very good Charles
This relaxing spot for lunch is a boating excursion and dining outing rolled into one. In a pretty blue-and-white clapboard waterfront house on a tiny island in the middle of the Bay of Santiago -- you have to take a $3 round-trip ferryboat from the Marlin Marina to get there -- is this breezy, tranquil restaurant that's popular with organized groups but is perfect for independent travelers, too. Sit on the covered wraparound balcony overlooking the water and try any of the specialties, which quite logically are seafood dishes: Spanish mackerel, lobster, red snapper, marlin, or fish soup.
Review about Restaurants: Cayo Granma
Very good Justin
In a little isle near Santiago Bay where you can arrive in a boat from a near harbor, you can be in this charm restaurant that prepares fishes and shellfishes of high quality.