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Las Tunas is the capital city of the province with the same name.  It is basically a center for sugar and rice growing and cattle raising. So the city is of little interest to the average tourist.  It is not surprising, therefore, that most visitors choose to pass through or bypass this city all together.

         The cozy city has a couple of buildings of historical interest and parks to see.  Like most small cities and towns, there is a post office, hospital and other basic services. There are also train and bus terminals found here.  If you are adventurous there are a couple of beaches worth visiting.  The best are: Playa Herradura, Playa Uvero and Playa Covarrubias. The latter is known for its white sand and a coral reef.


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