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Posted November 16, 2004 by publisher in Cuba Vacation

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Cuban experts are carrying out a study on the prospects to enlarge the tourist resort of Jibacoa, in western Havana province.

The experts are assessing the characteristics of the region and will later present a report on the areas where tourist facilities could be built.

In that regard, they said that the main objective of the study is to find a constructive solution in accordance with the availability of electrical and hydraulic networks.

For that reason, the region’s Physical Planning Department is working on the documents needed to start the development of the area.

The hotels Villa Tropico and Breezes Jibacoa, which receive foreign vacationers, have been operating in the region for the past two years.

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  1. Follow up post #1 added on November 17, 2004 by Michael

    Playa del este is east of Havana. That would make it the eastern Havana province. No ?


  2. Follow up post #2 added on November 25, 2004 by moha Aldakhil

    I am researcher and I would like to read more about “The experts are assessing the characteristics of the region and will later present a report on the areas where tourist facilities could be built”


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