Quick Guide to Playa Pesquero
This luxurious resort on Cuba's beautiful northern shore offers a beach holiday with all the trimmings. One of a trio of resorts in the Holguin area, Playa Pesquero boasts an idyllic sweep of glimmering golden sand. The area is also backed by lovely mangroves and lush greenery. A gorgeous setting teamed with fantastic facilities, bars and restaurants gives the resort a high-end feel.
Sit back and unwind with an ice cold drink in hand. The beach is well equipped with amenities like sun loungers and umbrellas that offer some welcome shade from the sizzling sunshine. Or pick up a mask and snorkel and dive into the gorgeously clear, warm waters. There are other fun watersports to choose from too.
Take a day trip to Santiago de Cuba, the islands second largest city after the capital Havana. Just over a couple of hours away by car, the bustling city has lots to explore by way of culture and history. For example, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca del Morro. It's a magnificent fort designed and built between the 16th and 18th centuries.
Fab holidays for:
Sensational beaches, Chill-out time, Watersports
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Snow has only ever been reported once in Cuba, on the 12th of March 1857.
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Top 5 Things to do in Playa Pesquero
This chic beach resort is all about taking it easy and enjoying a taste of the good life on the sun-soaked Cuban coast. Here a few ways to while away the glorious days.
- Beach Lounging
- Lay back on a sun lounger and enjoy the ocean views or sway gently in a hammock for ultimate beach relaxation.
- Bike Ride
- Hire a bicycle and explore the sugar cane fields and gorgeous greenery that surrounds Playa Pesquero.
- Wade into the lovely warm waters for a swim or hop in a pedalo, kayak or sailing boat to explore the shoreline.
- Slip on a mask and snorkel and see the wonders of the underwater world, including tropical fish in a kaleidoscope of colours.
- Santiago de Cuba
- Learn more about Cuba's history and its revolution in this buzzing, vibrant city in the south of the island.
When to go to Playa Pesquero
The largest of the Caribbean islands offers year-round sunshine. Warm temperatures and clear blue skies in December to May make it a fantastic destination for last minute winter getaways. This is the island's driest season. And it's also the most popular time of year to visit, so prices may be a little higher.
If you can't wait for summer to start at home, spring is a great time to head to Cuba. You can often find cheaper deals during this time of year. The wet season runs from August to October when coastal resorts might experience hurricanes or stormy weather. The east coast really starts to sizzle around July and August although temperatures are consistently hot throughout the year. You'll be met with 25-30°C heat in any given month.