In Guanahacabibes, nature tourism is a major attraction in a 50,000-hectare National Park inhabited by 172 species of birds belonging to 42 families, 11 of which are endemic and 84 are migratory. As a peculiar sign of the region's potential for nature tourism, experts say that four of the seven species of marine turtles living on the planet have survived in the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, thanks to Cuban authorities' protection programs. The "Los Morros de Piedra" Marina, in the region of Cabo de San Antonio (Cape San Antonio), is one of the latest options of the local leisure industry, as part of a strategy to provide vacationers with more than traditional beach and sun options. The fast-growing center renders such services as piers, fuel supply, drinking water, electricity, security and protection, and ship's chandler. Among the development projects in the region is the construction of cabins for vacationers who want to stay overnight and enjoy the pristine environment, barely touched by human hands.
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María la Gorda
María La Gorda is located on the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, a preserve of the biosphere that is just beginning to be opened up to tourism, in the westernmost part of Pinar del Río Province.
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