Gibara is located on the north coast of the province of Holguin, in the East of Cuba. It limits by the North with the Atlantic Ocean. Founded on January 16, 1817, Gibara comes from the aboriginal word Jibá. The small city has a rich history and culture according to the lineage of its foundation and a beautiful and exuberant landscape, beautiful architectural sites and a perfect layout of their houses, streets and parks. The White Villa, although small, has a peculiar charm, the contrast of an architectural heritage treasured for two centuries, its lush landscapes, and the sense of belonging and the cultural roots of its people, makes everyone who visits it captivated by it and he is forced to return again and again to this land, which, according to Admiral Christopher Columbus, "is the most beautiful land that human eyes saw."