Playa Larga is the typical image of the Cuban Caribbean: calm and clean waters, white sand, palm trees and the exotic vegetation cover that covers the surrounding areas.
What to see
The lagoon of the salt flats, a refuge for birds and a coral reef that surrounds the bay, in addition to the zapata swamp where several types of swamp ecosystems are grouped
There is a great variety of restaurants ready to delight visitors with the most varied of cuisines.
Havana nightlife is simply seductive and offers you a wide variety of options both in Old Havana, as El Vedado or in Miramar.
Most travelers who arrive in Cuba do so through the José Martí International Airport in Havana.
There are a few "discos" in town and mostly frequented by the young at heart.
Security is not an issue. Crime is very low and there is a very visible and active police force.
Bus, train and taxi services work quite well and have reasonable prices, but their schedules are variable and indicative.