Sancti Spiritus is a province situated in central Cuba, with the Sierra del Escambray mountain range spanning 15% of its total area. The like-named capital city has preserved its historic town center with its multifaceted styles. Trinidad at the southern end of the province is known as “Museum City” and has the most well preserved and complete architectural complex from colonial times on the American continent. It was announced a world heritage site by UNESCO. Trinidad’s historic downtown is about 10 km away from the Caribbean beaches, which are said to be the best of Cuba’s coast and also offer attractive destinations for divers.