Conceived around traditional sources of economy and development like production of sugar and cattle raising, this province has been paving its way to new horizons. To that aim, it counts on natural wonders only waiting for the creation of an appropriate tourist infrastructure, but its incursion in this field has already been announced.
Current tourism offers are concentrated in Covarrubias beach and nature tourism based on the richness of its medicinal waters. In addition, it offers an appropriate space for speleological research.
Its beaches are excellent, having white sands and numberless coral reefs.
In this territory is located the most relevant steel industry of the country.
Considered a national monument, the Fuerte de la Loma constitutes a testimony of the efforts of the Spanish colonial government in establishing defensive positions against the impetuous advance of the Cuban insurrectionist forces.
The people from Las Tunas are preparing to encourage the development of tourism and evidence the proverbial hospitality of its inhabitants as well as the pride they feel for their deep Cuban roots.