Santa Lucia Beach, on the north of Camaguey province, offers 21 km of turquoise waters and a wide belt of fine white sand. You may find an extensive coral formation there, only 2 km from the shore, which is considered as the biggest of its type on the western hemisphere. This area features 35 diving sites whe you may find up to 10m high ridges, great variety of underwater flora and fauna, and many flotsams (some of the XIX). Close by, in Cayo Sabinal, you may find the ruins og yje San Hilario Fortress (1831) and the Lighthouse Colon (1848). Camaguey World Heritage (UNESCO), features surprising colonial squares and churches as well as nice streets.
Worth a visit: The historical center of the city, Ignacio Agramonte museum, Main theater, Mama Ines, San Juan de Dios square, Toledo Bell and Parador de los Tres Reyes.