Few steps from the sea begins the green and exuberant vegetation, where the Cuban countryside imposes its class to offer to the tourism an exclusive spectacle that mixes the blue one of the sea with the green of its lush flora..
Valleys and hills combine with unique vegetation and a fauna including the national bird Tocororo, woodpeckers, parrots, cateyes, macaws, jutas congas, the aboriginal manatee and even wild horses.
A more realistic story links the origins of Guardalavaca’s name to the warning that emitted the natives before the arrival of the looters that came from the sea, where the shout of “Guard the Cow” (Guardalavaca) notified to all of the danger that represented.
Nevertheless, it was noted in the logbook of the Genovese navigator Christopher Columbus, who considered it among the most significant finds carried out by its expedition in the biggest of The Antilles.
Next to Bariay, setting that amazed the Admiral Cristobal Columbus when discovered Cuba in 1492, the hotelBrisas Guardalavaca is erected . It works under the modality All Included. In the first line of beach, 1 kilometer of the main beach of Guardalavaca, one of the but beautiful beaches of the Cuban east.