More than 200 travel agents were offered the opportunity to discover the charms of the destination of Cuba during the Sixth Copa Vacations Argentina Convention, held from 16 to 24 September. Meliá Cuba and the Cuba-based inbound tour operator Gaviota Tours hosted the event, attended by a select group of tour operators who market holiday packages at destinations served by Copa Airlines. Among those represented were: Logan Travel, Delfos, Solways Argentina, Tower Travel, TopDest and Siga. The Hotel Meliá Las Dunas, on Cayo Santa María, in the north-central part of Cuba, was the main stage for the event. This magnificent 5 Star All-Inclusive hotel, renowned for the quality of its services, the wide selection of rooms available and its extensive range of entertainment activities, showcased its facilities for the events that took place.
Copa Airlines will be landing in the city of Santa Clara for the first time on Tuesday 9 December 2014, connecting almost 20 cities in Latin America and the Southern Cone with Cayo Santa María, in the centre of #Cuba. This new direct service departing from Panama will operate twice weekly: on Tuesdays and Saturdays. This flight will enable a higher number of Latin Americans to travel to the largest island in the Antilles, making the most of the stunning scenery of Cayo Santa María, nestling within the natural reserve of the Buenavista Biosphere. Meliá Hotels International Cuba runs four hotels in this ecological setting, renowned for its outstanding natural beauty: Meliá Buenavista All Inclusive Royal Service & Spa; Meliá Cayo Santa María, Meliá Las Dunas and Sol Cayo Santa María.
The second ‘Golf Meliá Las Américas Cup’ will take place between 13 and 16 May at Meliá Las Américas, the only hotel with direct access to Varadero Golf Club, an 18-hole par-72 course on the seafront. The competition is for over 18 golf fans with official handicap certification endorsed by the club or association they belong to. Gentlemen with a handicap of 26 or less and ladies with a handicap of 36 or less will be allowed to participate. The tournament includes a practice round and two days of competition. The competition will consist of stroke play in the ladies and gentlemen’s categories and participants will be grouped according to their handicap