Havana.- A study in Cuba aims to restore roads and highways linked to tourism.
One of those ways links Trinidad, a beautiful coastal town at the foot of mountains, to the city of Cienfuegos, founded in Cuba by French settlers.
The Escambray daily, from the central province of Sancti Spiritus, where Trinidad and Cienfuegos are, said that the program is developing by the Tourism Ministry and other institutions like the CITMA office.
The road is mainly located along the sea and serves as a tourism corridor between both cities to the central southern region of Cuba. The locals from work already in outlining the 14 kilometer road between Trinidad and Cabagan, while the rest of the path (some 60 kilometers) will be the responsibility of the specialists from Cienfuegos. According to the research carried out, the road will be returned to its original characteristics, in addition to planting trees more isolated from each other that will allow a view of the sea.
The specialists said that there are places where the vegetation is so dense that there is practically no visibility. The area of natural attractions offers the possibility of preparing small beaches that exist within the corals and also the construction of cafeterias to improve the tourism corridor along the road.
Source: Cuba Headlines