Data: 1 march to 10 march.

NOTE: The proposals for pre- and post-event stay programs can be modified according to the dates of arrival and departure of the participants, and requests to add more or less days in the locations they wish to be.

1 march. Havana.

Arrival at Havana airport. Transfer private to the Hotel. Accommodation at the Havana hotel, located in front of the sea (Havana’s Malecon) with buffet breakfast. Free time.

2 – 4 march. Havana

As published program, including, transfers, lunches. 4 march. Visit to the historic thermal center “San Diego de los Baños” in the province of Pinar del Rio. Transfers and lunch.

5 – 6 march. Cienfuego – Trinidad

Depart for the city of Trinidad, which preserves the magic of the colonial era. On the way, panoramic visit to the city of Cienfuegos “Cultural Heritage of Humanity Unesco”. Continuation and arrival to the city of Trinidad. Stay in a hotel in front of the “Ancón beach”, to enjoy a magnificent bath in the warm crystalline waters of the Caribbean.

6 march: Day available to visit the city of Trinidad, 10 km from Ancon beach. Designated in 1988 by UNESCO World Heritage Site, jewel of colonial architecture of America, with narrow stone alleys, in which majestic constructions from the colonial era stand, now converted into museums. Do not miss the Plaza Mayor, the Cathedral, Casa de la Trova (popular live music), Craft Market, Bar “La Canchanchara”, (famous cocktail of the same name based on rum, honey and lemon).

NOTE: Those who wish can return to have lunch at the hotel (all inclusive) or stay to enjoy the attractions of Trinidad

7 – 10 march. Cayo Santa Maria

Breakfast. Check out of the hotel and Transfer to the “Jardines del Rey” Archipelago, to the beautiful “Cayo Santa María”, an island that is reached by crossing a 48 km embankment along the north coast of Villa Clara. The small islands of “Santa María” and “Ensenachos” stand out. Inserted in one of the best naturalistic areas of Cuba, declared a Biosphere Heritage, with its immense white sand beaches, turquoise sea and exuberant vegetation.
Arrival and system at the hotel, facing the sea. Treatment “All Inclusive”. Days dedicated to enjoying the fine white sand beach and warm crystalline waters, sports and entertainment. Possibility of excursions (Reservations and payment at the hotel. Optional).

10 march. Havana – Airport

Morning at leisure for the beach.  Check-out of hotel. Transfer to Havana airport for return flight.

Basic rate per person in double room and ground services:

€ 1,275.00/pax

Hotel Royalton Paseo del Prado, 5* category, downtown Havana, facing the Malecon – Hotel Memories Trinidad, category 4*, Ancon beach – Hotel Grand Memories Cayo Santa Maria, category 5*.

The basic rate per person in a double room includes:

– Private transfer from Havana airport to Havana hotel

– 4 – night in Havana hotel with buffet breakfast

– Private transfer from Havana to Trinidad

– Panoramic visit to the city of Cienfuegos and continuation to the city of Trinidad (total 4.30 hours)

– 2 nights Hotel Memories Trinidad, with all-inclusive treatment

– Transfer from the Hotel Trinidad, to hotel Cayo Santa Maria (3.30 hours)

– 3 nights Hotel Grand Memories Cayo Santa Maria with all-inclusive treatment

– Transfer Hotel Cayo Santa Maria to Havana airport (4 hours)


Send the reservation request by e-mail:

Solymed Events – Organizational Secretary


Send the personal data present in the passport: Name(s); Surname(s); Date of birth; Number and passport validity

Send a copy of the bank transfer by e-mail, highlighting the no. of CRO.


Pay a 50% deposit upon acceptance to confirm reservations

Balance due no later than February 2, 2023

WAIVERS: Penalties are incurred.

CUBA is the largest of the Caribbean islands. It is an archipelago made up of thousands of islands and keys, including the largest island in the Caribbean sea called “Isla de la Juventud”.

The capital of Cuba is Havana. The language spoken is Spanish. Its climate is tropical and the temperature oscillates between 25 and 35°C throughout the year; You can therefore choose this destination at any time, with the certainty of being able to swim in its splendid beaches with crystal clear waters.

The best period is the dry season (between November and May) even if the other months are still pleasant. Cubans are hospitable, respectful of local beliefs and traditions, so it’s nice to reciprocate the innate friendliness of its inhabitants.

The country has 11.2 million inhabitants, of which 2.5 million reside in Havana.

Cuba was chosen as the best cultural destination in the Caribbean at the 2021 World Travel Awards, which are awarded annually by international experts associated with the World Travel and Tourism Council.

World Heritage Cities (Havana, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, Camaguey); Musical and dance expressions such as Son, Rumba and French Tumba, are some of the attractions that have placed it as a favorite against Barbados, Bermuda, Jamaica, Martinique and Puerto Rico, who are also nominated.

Added to this are places and parks declared Natural Heritage and Biosphere by UNESCO, impressive monumental architectural works in various cities. A lively life in squares and streets, temporarily interrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is already showing encouraging signs of recovery.

Going on excursions to discover magnificent places included in the UNESCO World Heritage is an unforgettable experience.

OPTIONAL: We recommend City tour of Havana declared a “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO, in a vintage car. Route by car to the city center, along the seafront, main squares, up to the historic center and continue on foot visiting places of historical and cultural interest with a guide in Italian. Return to the hotel by car: €uro 50.00/pax


Small city that for its beauty is also known as the “Pearl of the South”. Founded in 1819 by French settlers, a unique case in the American territories under Spanish colonial domination.

Bathed by the waters of the Caribbean and located in the south-central part of the island, it is a region that produces coffee, tobacco, mangoes and sugar cane, with riches of natural springs and mineral-medicinal waters.

With its French colonial-style atmospheres, harmonized with a genuine and joyful Caribbean soul, it makes this city special.

In 2005 it acquired the status of “World Heritage” from UNESCO, one of the 9 recognitions received by the Republic of Cuba.

It is a seaside resort overlooking the natural Jagua Bay, the most majestic in Cuba, as well as being one of the most important commercial ports. Here, to defend the city from pirate attacks, the Spanish built the beautiful “Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Jagua” Fortress at the end of the 18th century.

Colorful and characteristic is the historic center of Cienfuegos, with its narrow-cobbled streets and avenues lined with colonial buildings, of French influence, it has evolved towards more eclectic forms, without the urban landscape losing its general harmony.


Named Cultural Heritage of Humanity in December 1988.

Founded at the beginning of the 16th century, in 1514, it is one of the best-preserved colonial cities in Latin America.

Named the museum city of Cuba or the museum city of the Caribbean, nicknames that anticipate the important historical-artistic heritage, a jewel of colonial art in Latin America. It is a town where it is possible to admire a perfectly preserved urban fabric from the colonial era

Its small historic center can be visited on foot and is divided into squares and narrow streets that maintain the typical original cobblestone; buildings and houses of pastel colors that denote the colonial style with which they were designed by the Spanish.

Famous the church “La Santisima Trinidad”, the squares, historical buildings converted into museums, legacies of the colonial era.

Being the main axis of the sugar trade, it has remained an extremely lively and active city. Walking through Trinidad will give the impression of having been catapulted back, where today’s rhythms are unknown.


UNESCO has declared these small islands: “Biosphere Reserve”.

Off the north coast in the central part of the island, this narrow strip of land emerges in the blue of the Atlantic Ocean. Just over 13 km long and barely 2 km wide, the small island of “Cayo Santa María” is one of the pearls of an archipelago made up of other small coral atolls of fine white sand called the “Jardines del Rey”.

A large strip of coral reef is preserved in its wonderful waters where with luck you can see dolphins. The white beaches, the green of the vegetation and the marine species that live in its waters make it a true jewel.

The island is connected to Cuba by 48 km of the causeway called “El Pedraplén”. It enchants with the nuances of its colors and the variety of fauna and flora. It is no coincidence that the atoll has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, due to its particular morphological characteristics.

A balance between man and nature that has remained unchanged since long before the arrival of the Spanish in Cuba in the fifteenth century.