- Air conditioning + Private Bathroom
- Terrace and/or Garden + Parking available
- English spoken
Buey Arriba is a mountainous municipality, located in the province of Granma, in the eastern part of Cuba and in the northern zone of the Sierra Maestra. When the Spanish colonists settled in this area they found a peaceful mountain river with crystal clear waters, but the strong floods in rainy weather, which occur suddenly, caused many floods and disasters, so it was compared to the force of an ox, what gave it that name. Today it still maintains the name Río Buey. The main crop is coffee. Annually, some 200,000 cans of coffee are collected, which places it as one of the largest producing municipalities of the grain in the province of Granma, next to the territories of Guisa and Bartolomé Masó. Cocoa, other agricultural products for local consumption and fruits such as mangoes used for canning are also grown. The craftsmanship occupies a no less important place, not so much in the economic order but the cultural order especially the production of furniture and ornaments based on inert nature (SECA), vines and yaguas.