With over 120 kilometers of (mostly) virgin beach, Camagüey – Cuba’s largest, yet least populated province – holds huge potential for tourism development. The provincial capital, also called Camagüey, was founded in 1514 by Diego Velázquez as Santa Maria del Puerto Principe. It’s considered one of Cuba’s most beautiful cities.
Other places of interest include Guaimaro, a low-key, historically-significant town where Cuba’s first constitution was signed and the end of slavery was called for. Nuevitas, meanwhile, is an industrial town with an important seaport.
Cayo Romano is often called "Cuba’s last wilderness" and rarely visited by tourists. Its mangrove swamps are home to approximately 30,000 flamingos.
Camagüey province is a great destination for anyone looking for a 100% Cuban experience.