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Geography

Santiago de Cuba city have exceptional geographical conditions. Santiago de Cuba has a total extension of 6 343.21 km², and this made up of three very defined areas: Sierra Maestra mountain chain, the basin (bay) of Santiago de Cuba and the coastal plain - where one of the most excellent places is Baconao Park-, which adds 3 149 km² in their entirety.

This city, geographically surrounded by Sierra Maestra mountainous chain and the sea, it exhibits to the visitors landscapes of a city that it interweaves its streets with hills, and its bay in bag way that it offers coat to ships and navigators that docks in its waters in search of calmer winds.

The Baconao Park, one of its main attractions, it is surrounded of mountains and the Caribbean Sea. The visitors can opts for dissimilar trips organized by their trip agents in the territory.