The calendar of cultural activities on the islands of Providence and Santa Catalina is varied. It extends from the route around the island that allows the traveler to contemplate island architecture or enjoy nights with dances and music live in different restaurants or bars, including the celebration of important dates, legendary festivals and ancestral crafts.
On the tour around the island you can stop and enjoy the view in the viewpoint that goes from Santa Isabel to Free Town or Pueblo Libre, which has an area of 300 meters and surrounds the bay that separates the two islands.
There is also the famous pier of lovers, the bridge that connects Providence with Santa Catalina, which at night becomes a balcony to admire the community of rays that approach to it. Another viewpoint is Halley View, where the famous comet was seen for the last time in 1986.
In the sector of San Felipe is the Lazy Hill Theme Park that evokes the era of pirates recalling the wisdom of navigators.
Horse Race in Southwest
In cultural events and during the year, the beaches of Southwest or Southwest are witness to the famous horse races, which consists of two riders bet all their strength and expertise to travel in a few seconds the entire beach. It is an event that takes place on Saturday and at cultural events such as the festival and the celebration of national holidays.
Cat boats Race
Adrenaline and a lotof emotion
The Catboats are wooden boats that used to be used by the islanders to fish and transport and that over time became a traditional sport that excites and gathers adults and children on Saturdays or holidays. The first cat boats arrived from Grand Cayman brought by turtle fishermen. They are currently built by the islanders and are used exclusively for racing.