Vinales, in Cuba, is a beautiful area in the Pinar Del Rio province. Vinales is essentially a small agricultural town, tourists visit for the chance to explore the UNESCO-listed Vinales Valley and Sierra de los Organos Mountains. It is a quaint little town popular for its tobacco plantations and world-famous Cuban cigars. The town’s street is lined with beautiful colonial-era wooden houses. This little city attracts artists, photographers, rock climbers, hikers, and those simply looking for fresh air and solitude. Vinales Valley offers a host of natural wonders. Vinales has simply refused to modernise with time, Horses and Ploughes are still used in agriculture here. Vinales offers tourists the chance to experience, a small agricultural town, friendly people, and seclusion from the modern world, horse riding, and cycling are often the best way to take in this stunning area. Vinales is also home to caves, underground rivers, the Casa de Caridad Botanical gardens, and steep limestone hills that are over 160 Million years old known locally as Mogotes. Vinales is just over three hours from Havana city, it's perfect as a day trip or combined into Multi Centre Cuba Holidays.