The province of Holguin is located towards the northwest of Cuba’s eastern region between 21°15’, 20°24’ north latitude and 76°19’, 74°50’ west longitude.
The most northern side is Juan Antonio Beach in Gibara, the southerner Arroyo Blanco in Sagua de Tánamo, the eastern Boca de Río Jiguaní in Moa and the most western Sabanazo in Calixto García municipality.
It limits to the north with the Atlantic Ocean, to the south with Granma and Santiago de Cuba provinces, to the east with Guantanamo and to the west with Las Tunas. Holguin counts with a privileged geographical location; it owns 350 kilometres of sea shores. It exhibits gorgeous beaches and interesting geographical features such as Gibara, Banes and Nipe bays, this last one the biggest of Cuba and regarded as one of the largest of the world.ShareThis