Visit Isla de la Juventud

Isla de la Juventud, located in the Caribbean Sea, is a small Cuban island with miles of beautiful beaches and lush vegetation. It is known for its stunning coral reefs, diverse wildlife, and incredible diving spots. Visitors flock to the island to experience its natural beauty and numerous attractions.

The most popular tourist destination on Isla de la Juventud is Punta del Este Beach, which features white sand beaches and crystal-clear waters. Adventure seekers should head to La Cueva del Angel Cave, where they can explore a network of underground passages filled with stalactites and stalagmites.

The island also has an interesting history -- it was once home to Fidel Castro's prison for youthful offenders (hence the name "Island of Youth"). Nowadays it serves as an educational center dedicated to preserving Cuba's cultural heritage through programs such as music classes and art workshops.

Cities in Isla de la Juventud

Nueva Gerona