Pinar Del Rio
The province of Pinar del Rio remains largely undeveloped despite its close proximity to Havana - it has a distinct laid-back appeal. This province is both the most important tobacco growing area and home to the island’s most remarkable landscape. The city of Pinar Del Rio is set in the heart of the province in the foothills of the Cordillera de Guaniguanicoa. While there is not much to see in the city itself, it is a good base for exploring the surrounding attractions. The Valley of Vinales features unique limestone hills that rise out of the valley floor and rivers that crisscross this beautiful landscape. The area also abounds in natural caves of archaeological significance including Cueva del Indio and Cueva de José Miguel. Las Terrazas is the best area in Cuba for hiking while Villa Maria La Gorda is becoming popular a scuba diving destination.
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