Bariay

Tourist Attractions

The untouched beauty of Playa Blanca and two hills that called the attention of Christopher Columbus himself:

La Silla de Gibara (The Sattle of Gibara), named so because of its similitude to a sattle; and La Mezquita (The Mosque), named so because of likelihood to the Peña de los Enamorados de Andalucía; are some other attractions of Bariay, a place of interest for historic and cultural tourism.

A little further east, the white villa of Gibara is another place worth seeing, because it preserves the most important urban architectural complex of the province and ruins of great value, such as: El Cuartelón and La Batería de Fernando VII.