Casilda is a port on the south coast of the island of Cuba in Sancti Spirits Province. It has a glorious beach Playa Ancón. It gives access to Trinidad, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the best preserved colonial city on the island. Much as it was four centuries ago, its baroque architecture and cobblestone squares hark back to an age when this city was part of the slave trade.
The following 6 cruises call at Casilda (Playa Ancón).
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