Playa Pesquero

Playa Pesquero, Cuba

Playa Pesquero offers a good selection of water sports and shallow waters which are ideal for children. The white sandy beaches and long sunny days make the resort a perfect choice for a quiet, relaxing holiday.

Playa Pesquero

An ideal setting for a relaxing holiday. White sandy beaches and long sunny days makes this resort a perfect choice for those not wanting a high energy holiday. A good selection of watersports can be found and the shallow waters are ideal for children.

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Playa Pesquero Hotels (3)

Playa Costa Verde Resort Hotel is a family-friendly All Inclusive complex offering modern and stylish accommodation. Perfect for couples, families or those travelling alone to have a relaxing beach h...

Playa Pesquero Hotel is an attractive low rise resort linked by tropical gardens and pathways. The complex is ideal for families with children, couples and groups of friends to enjoy a fun filled bea...

Fiesta Americana Costa Verde is a relaxing hotel located by the beach in Holguin. ...


Secluded white sand beaches, clear turquoise waters, sheltered lagoons and lush tropical greenery provide an idyllic setting for the all-inclusive hotel complexes at Playa Pesquero.

Ideal for a relaxing break you can spend your days lazing on the warm sands and snorkelling amid colourful tropical fish, right off the beach.

Things to Do

For a family day out, take a day trip to Naranjo Bay (24km) where you can watch the sea lion shows and swim with the dolphins at the nature park or, go horse-riding in the countryside at BioParque Rocazul.

Out and About

At Holguin climb the steps at the Hill of the Cross for panoramic views and soak up the atmosphere of the city at Parque Calixto Garcia; stroll through Flower Square, visit La Periquera museum and the Cathedral of San Isidoro.

Nearby Attractions

Nearby towns to visit include Gibara (36km) and Holguin (45km). Gibara is a Spanish style fishing town with colonial architecture that was once a rich port at the peak of the sugar and slave trading days. Here you can visit the Museum of Natural History and the Museum of Colonial Art, relax on one of the 3 beaches, see the charming Church of San Fulgencio and the remains of the Fortresses that once protected the port.

Graph displaying average temperatures throughout the year at Playa Pesquero


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