The Cuban east, a region known for its natural wealth, mountainous terrain and exquisite beach areas, including among the most dynamic in terms of the development of the leisure industry. The Territory is also characterized by count with 60 kilometers of beaches, large and small, to turn their gaze to the Atlantic, many of them are able to compete in beauty and clarity of its waters with the most famous around the world. Between them highlights Emerald Beach, with 900 meters long and protected by extensive coral reefs, cliffs and exuberant vegetation that provides shade.
The area adds a marine area of almost 18 kilometers long with 40 dive sites, where the seabed is irregular and complex, forming high mounds, caves, small valleys and cliffs of vertical walls. In some places, these walls slope gently to form covered terraces with sea fans common, other gorgonians and corals. In the words of understood, the beach was given that name because of the color of the ocean waters that bathe its sand, which are of a light green. Its peculiar shape of a half moon, - surrounded by lagoons and abundant vegetation- awarded without a doubt certain air of privacy and seclusion.
In addition, account with first-line hotel institutions as the Rio de Oro, which offers a privileged natural environment and exotic in front of one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world. The previous joins the complex Sol Rio de Luna and seas, located in a privileged site because it is an ecological attraction that make it an ideal place for those who wish to be in contact with nature and the sea.
Playa Esmeralda is combined with the Natural Reserve Bay of Naranjo, with the attraction of an aquarium in the middle of the Sea, whose access is realized only through vessels. Well trained dolphins offer incredible shows of skills and sharing the sea with those vacationers who are ready for adventure, to provide an image where the dances, jumps and rapid movements make the joy of large and small. The Rada where is located the aquarium, once considered excellent refuge of privateers and pirates, welcomes the tourist boats and protected from the wind and the waves of the sea, waiting for the lovers of water rides.
Three tens of kilometers of coastline with five natural beaches, archaeological sites, caves and virgin keys integrate an offer that shows as a complement a coralline barrier of six kilometers of extension, excellent for the practice of scuba diving. The coastal landscape of Bay of Naranjo also integrates with numerous samples of the richness of the Cuban flora, with native species preserved jealously of the intrusive hand of man, all of which makes this region a unique square for nature lovers.