St. VincentWelcome to the embassy of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines to Cuba.


Cuba - an island brimming with vibrant art, soul-stirring music and villages cloaked in colonial charm. Home to nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a population as warm and scintillating as its tropical climate and colorful arts. Located 90 miles off the coast of Key West, Florida, Cuba is the largest Caribbean island nation. Its neighbors are the Cayman Islands, Jamaica and Haiti. Cuba spans 44,200 miles. Its varied geography includes rolling farmland, rugged mountains, urban metropolises, quaint Colonial villages and white-sand beaches. The island is divided into 15 provinces and one special municipality, Isla de la Juventud. Notable Cuban areas include rural Piñar del Rio, where tobacco farming builds economic momentum; seaside Santiago de Cuba, the country’s second largest city next to Havana vivid with colorful Afro-Cuban influence; and colonial Trinidad, a sleepy town designated a UNESCO world heritage site nestled between majestic mountains and the sea.

Cuba Facts

Capital: Havana 

Population: 11.27 Million  (2013 Estimate)

President: Raúl Castro

Prime Minister: Raúl Castro

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