Holguin province offers to the visitor an exhuberant and virgin nature, together with its cultural richness and its great historical interest. The capital of the province, Holguin City, is scenery of the Romerias de Mayo, a yearly held feast over the Iberoamerican culture. Guardalavaca, Esmeralda, Pesquero and Don Lino beaches are increasing in popularity due to their solid hospitality structure. Furthermore, Gibara hosts the new International Festival of Poor Cinema; and Banes features the Indo-Cuban museum. The charms of Cayo Saetia and Pinares de Mayari are other of the most interesting options.