Maps of Cuba. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Cuba. All cities of Cuba on the maps.
Maps of Cuba:
- Detailed administrative and road map of Cuba. Cuba detailed administrative and road map.
- Detailed administrative map of Cuba. Cuba detailed administrative map.
- Detailed physical map of Cuba. Cuba detailed physical map.
- Detailed political and road map of Cuba. Cuba detailed political and road map.
- Detailed political map of Cuba. Cuba detailed political map.
- Large detailed administrative map of Cuba with cities and roads.
- Large detailed map of Cuba 1906. Cuba large detailed map of 1906.
- Large detailed old map of Cuba. Cuba large detailed old map.
- Large detailed physical map of Cuba with cities and roads. Cuba large physical map with cities and roads.
- Large detailed political map of Cuba. Cuba large detailed political map.
- Large detailed relief and political map of Cuba. Cuba large detailed relief and political map.
- Large detailed road and physical map of Cuba. Cuba large detailed road and physical map.
- Large detailed road map of Cuba with cities and airports. Cuba large road map with cities and airports.
- Large detailed tourist map of Cuba. Cuba large detailed tourist map.
- Large detailed relief and road map of Cuba with all cities, airports and other facilities.
Cuba – short description:
A lot of the island’s landscape is mountainous with the narrow Sierra de los Organos, where nearby the finest Cuban tobacco is grown, as well as the Guaniguanicos hills to the west. Encircled by the Sierra Maestra Mountains the port of Santiago is a beautiful site to visit, as is the Valley of the Sugar Mills where one can view from the Torre de Manaca Iznaga, once a slave watchtower.
There are large parts of the island covered by mountain forests of mahogany and pine trees, while the province of Pinar del Rio offers lush vegetation from which strange looking ‘mogotes’ rise, these are oddly shaped limestone mountains. In this area there are also caves to visit with underground rivers and impressive stalagmites and stalactites, one of the most visited being the Cueva del Indio.
Santiago de Cuba is a lively city with a culture for music and dancing. Here one may visit the Museo Emilio Bacardi, where a collection of fine art and antiques can be admired.
Cuba’s climate is a hot sub-tropical one all year round with a high humidity rate. Rainfalls go from May to October, while the cooler and drier months are from January to April.