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Punta Gorda

Cienfuegos, Cuba
+53 5 3381509
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Gorgeous ( and you better come before it is really discovered

This is the high rent district of Cienfuegos with the Bay on both sides. The homes are still... read more

Reviewed 8 April 2017
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nice walk from town

Walk along Calle 37 from the town all the way to Punta Gorda. It isn't so long and you pass nice... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2017
New York City, New York
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“nice walk” (13 reviews)
“small park” (5 reviews)
Cienfuegos, Cuba
+53 5 3381509
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Reviewed 8 April 2017

This is the high rent district of Cienfuegos with the Bay on both sides. The homes are still gorgeous and many have been turned into Casa Particulaires. The does side is that there are no shops nearby

Thank sbjbt
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Walk along Calle 37 from the town all the way to Punta Gorda. It isn't so long and you pass nice buildings and water views, mansions, etc. Before you reach Hotel Jagua you pass the Cienfuegos Club and other nice buildings as well as quite...More

1  Thank nyc44831
Reviewed 25 March 2017

This part of town has a good vibe due to its peninsular location. It is nice to see the water. It is a mix of architecture, but I did not see "colorful clapboard home painted in Caribbean colors."

Thank luke47
Reviewed 20 March 2017

At the tip of Punta Gorda, a nice gazebo offering fantastic views of Cienfuegos Bay, grand villas and mountains. Go there at sunset (or sunrise?) bring your favorite drink and enjoy!

Thank Bernard B
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Fantastic views of the sea, authentic and large houses you can enjoy an incredible sunset and is easy to reach from the city center

Thank Zulema O
Reviewed 3 March 2017

We stopped in Punta Gorda to visit Cienfuegos y la Laguna Guanaroca. This last one was closed, we have discovered it here. So we would like to visit Cienfuegos and El Nicho waterfall. All of them were a delusion. The only nice thing to see...More

Thank Mirco Z
Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

After drinking our way across the southern coast of Cuba, our group unanimously agreed that the mojitos from the bar at punta Gorda were the best. The live music was fantastic and everyone was very friendly. Just a quick word of caution, if you carve...More

Reviewed 1 March 2017

Don't miss this beautifully restored part of Ceinfuegos at the foot of the Malecon. Beautifully restored French Colonial Town where land meets the sea in a beautiful bay and yacht harbour. Quaint with a hint of older times.

Thank 15ann250
Reviewed 25 February 2017

The area has been well kept restored, which means all its original charm has been maintained, like so many areas in Cienfuegos. We walked there from the town, be sure to check out the small park at the tip.

Thank RonA_Plymouth
Reviewed 19 February 2017

Punta Gorda is the extreme southern tip of Cienfuegos where wealthy sugar and tobacco entrepreneurs built their sumptuous homes. Almost all have been restored. In other cities, restored homes/villas are now either government offices or perhaps schools. I am unclear if the Punta Gorda villas...More

1  Thank Jane R
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29 May 2017|
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Response from unclelouie | Reviewed this property |
I say yes but it also needs to fit into what ever else you are planning on doing in Cuba. Cienfuegos is a unique city since it was actually begun by French planters who fled from Haiti in the slave revolt. The architecture... More
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Response from al0t2014 | Reviewed this property |
Don't expect Wifi on Cuba...