Nuevitas municipality (red) within
Camagüey Province (yellow) and Cuba
|• Total||415 km2 (160 sq mi)|
|Elevation||20 m (70 ft)|
|• Density||108.1/km2 (280/sq mi)|
|Time zone||EST (UTC-5)|
Nuevitas is located on the Guincho peninsula on the north coast. Nuevitas is sheltered by a huge harbor, has two auxiliary ports, and is a major shipping point for Cuban sugar as well as other products from the surrounding agricultural region. It also possesses diversified light industry and serves as a road and rail terminus.
Nuevitas is not a very large city but it is one of Cuba's most important towns because of its commercial and industrial activities. Nuevitas is located not very far southwest of Playa Santa Lucía which is a very famous place for tourists in Cuba. Cayo Sabinal is located immediately north, other cays are Cayo Guajaba and Cayo Romano. The only waterway that separates Santa Lucia from Ensenada Playa Bonita is the canal of Nuevitas which connects the Bahia de Nuevitas to the Atlantic Ocean.
- Benalmádena (Andalusia, Spain)
- Milwaukee (Wisconsin, USA). This twinnage makes Nuevitas the first sister city in Cuba to be linked with a city in the United States.
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- Map of Camagüey Province showing municipal territories (05 is Nuevitas)
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