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Varadero, the main tourist pole of sun and beach of Cuba, started on November 15th the winter high season with 23 thousand visitors of different nationalities of the world, which welcomes with a renewed image and a quality service.
Despite the ravages caused by Hurricane Irma in last September and the campaigns of the enemies of the Revolution to prevent more tourists from other nations coming to know Cuba, the country will arrive on Monday at four million visitors foreign.
The First National Event of Hotel Architecture will be held in Varadero in the second half of next November, after the devastating damage suffered by this infrastructure with the passage of Hurricane Irma.
The workers of the Matanzas Agroforestry Company will produce more than five thousand wooden umbrellas for the Varadero tourist pole as part of the recovery actions following the passage of Hurricane Irma through the national territory, said Jorge Diaz Mirabal, director of the entity.
More than 200 tour operators and Associates toured the well-known and world-famous Varadero beach, where they verified the recovery of Hurricane Irma in each of the facilities, above all they observed the sanitization and collection of trees in the main avenues and in the rest of gardening.
Nearly five thousand foreign vacationers, housed in the Santa Maria, Coco and Guillermo hotels, north of the Cuban provinces of Villa Clara and Ciego de Ávila, evacuated to hotels in the Varadero resort of Matanzas, threat of Hurricane Irma as it passes through the Greater Antilles.
The Xanadu Mansion, National Monument, located in Varadero, is immersed in an important restoration that will restore its original characteristics, with an artistic reinterpretation in accordance with its purposes and respecting its heritage values.
Contributing to the renewal of the image of Varadero as the country’s main sun and beach tourist pole is one of the objectives of the Cooperativa No Agropecuaria Decorarte, born in the Hicacos Peninsula,” expressed its president Ariel Balmaseda.
More than 2,000 tons of agricultural products sold farmers and cooperativistas matanceros directly to tourism so far this year, said Osbel Perez, an official of the National Association of Small Farmers.