Visit the small island of Cayo Granma, home to fishers and pleasant, red-roofed, wooden houses.

Sitting in the bay of Santiago de Cuba, Cayo Granma is a small fishing village made mostly of red-roofed wooden houses. A walk around the island takes only twenty minutes but is best enjoyed slowly. After exploring the island, we’ll have a low-key lunch at El Cayo – a water-side restaurant that overlooks Santiago Harbor. 

This activity is available on our Undiscovered Cuba Tour or can be integrated into a custom-made itinerary