Beaches, Santiago de Cuba
Take the road from Santiago, east to Siboney Beach. On the way, you will pass twenty-six white monuments in memory of the heroes who died during the attack on the Moncada Barracks with Castro. At the "farm", where the attack was planned, you will see a museum display of the plan of attack, including the weapons.
Then on to the beach - Playa Siboney and the more secluded cove known as Playa Daiquiri, where the Americans landed in 1898 on the way to Santiago.