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Flights to Baracoa

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Baracoa is a remote city located on the eastern tip of Cuba. Founded by Diego Velázquez de Cuellar in 1511, it's the oldest Spanish settlement in Cuba. The city is surrounded by the Sierra del Purial mountain range, which creates a unique climate with high levels of rainfall. This rainfall makes the region lush and green, perfect for growing coffee and cocoa. The surrounding mountains also isolate Baracoa, which means it has a slower pace of life compared to other parts of Cuba.

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Airports near Baracoa

Planning a trip to Baracoa? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Baracoa.

Antonio Maceo International Airport

This is the largest airport in eastern Cuba, located in Santiago de Cuba, about 200 kilometres (124 miles) west of Baracoa. It offers connections to various international hubs like Toronto, Miami, and Montreal. From Santiago de Cuba, you can take a domestic flight to Baracoa's small airport, Gustavo Rizo (BPA), or opt for ground transportation options like buses or taxis.

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Frank País International Airport

This airport is located in Holguín, about 280 kilometres (174 miles) northwest of Baracoa. It offers connections to some international destinations like Toronto, Montreal, and Frankfurt. Similar to Santiago de Cuba, you'll need to take a connecting flight to Baracoa or choose ground transportation.

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Jardines del Rey Airport

This airport is located on the island of Cayo Coco, off Cuba's north coast. While not the closest option to Baracoa, it might offer good deals on flights from specific origins due to its focus on tourism. However, you'll need to factor in additional connections and travel time to reach Baracoa.

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José Martí International Airport

This is the largest airport in Cuba, located in Havana, the country's capital. While the farthest option from Baracoa (around 970 kilometres or 602 miles), it offers the widest range of international connections and potentially the lowest fares. However, be prepared for significantly longer travel time, including connecting flights and ground transportation.

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Things to do in Baracoa

With a wide variety of attractions in Baracoa, we've narrowed it down to our top 3 selections to make your planning easier:

El Yunque

This flat-topped mountain offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding area. A mandatory guided hike takes about 2 hours to reach the summit, where you can see the lush rainforests below and the coastline stretching out into the distance. Be sure to wear proper shoes with good tread, as the trails can be wet and slippery.

Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción

This 16th-century cathedral is the oldest church in Cuba. It's located in Parque Independencia, the main square in Baracoa. Inside, you'll find the most significant attraction - La Cruz de la Parra, a wooden cross believed to be one of the 29 planted by Christopher Columbus on his first voyage to the Americas in 1492.

Playa Maguana

This beautiful beach is located about 20 kilometres north of Baracoa. It boasts pristine white sand and calm, clear waters, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, or just relaxing on the shore. You can also find a few restaurants and bars nearby serving fresh seafood and local drinks.

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