Loma de la Cruz
Exactly 456 steps lead up to the Loma de la Cruz, a hill named for the large white cross that has graced it since 1790. Formerly known as Cerro de Bayado, it changed its name after May 3, 1790, when Friar Antonio Alegria placed a cross on its summit to start a Catholic pilgrimage. From here you have a lovely view of Holguín and the surrounding limestone hills. There are also artisan shops and a snack bar.