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Antiguo Cafetal Angerona

The Antiguo Cafetal Angerona, 5km west of Artemisa on the road to the Autopista Habana–Pinar del Río (A4), was one of Cuba’s earliest cafetales (coffee farms). Erected between 1813 and 1820 by Cornelio Sauchay, Ange…
Mausoleum in Artemisa

Mausoleo a los Mártires de Artemisa

Revolution buffs may want to doff a cap to the Mausoleo a los Mártires de Artemisa. Of the 119 revolutionaries who accompanied Fidel Castro in the 1953 assault on the Moncada Barracks, 28 were from Artemisa or this …
Cafe in Artemisa

Cafe Cubita

This is one of the best outlets of Cuba's reinvigorated coffee chain, with comfortable seating, a comprehensive coffee menu and table service. Bonus: it does cheap (CUC$1 to CUC$2) toasted sandwiches on fresh Cuban …
Cuban in Artemisa

Los Nardis

Unsignposted thus hard-to-find private restaurant a block from the main drag (Av 28 de Enero) that serves unadorned Cuban dishes featuring mucho rice and beans.
Cuban in Artemisa

San Miguel

Cute paladar (privately owned restaurant) serving unusual (for Artemisa) dishes including crab and bistec uruguayo (Uruguayan steak). Favored by locals.