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Excellent Beaches in Cuba

The Cuban archipelago, which has a strategic location in the Caribbean region, offers one-of-a-kind options for tourists, including natural attractions, and centuries-old culture, traditions and history.

Cuba's major attractions are its beaches of white fine sand and warm crystal-clear water.

Exuberant nature, centuries-old traditions and history can be found in Cuba, which has an area of more than 110,000 square kilometers and nearly 5,800 kilometers of coasts, including 600 kilometers of excellent beaches

In western Matanzas province, the world-famous Varadero beach, which runs along 22 kilometers on the Hicacos peninsula, is one of the most visited destinations by foreign vacationers.

Varadero's sea bottoms are inhabited by more than 40 kinds of corals, multicolored fish, lobsters, shrimps, crabs, turtles and more than 70 kinds of mollusks.

Marinas such as Dársena and Gaviota guarantee the conditions and means to practice scuba diving and snorkeling, providing the appropriate boats and highly-trained personnel, in addition to offering diving classes, and being equipped with hyperbaric chambers and transportation in case of an emergency.

Sirena Beach.
View of the City of Havana from the sea
Internacional de Varadero Hotel

Even in Havana, the so-called Blue Circuit, which runs along more than 15 kilometers of coastline, offers excellent beaches such as Santa María.

Others prefer to go to Bacuranao, El Mégano, Boca Ciega and Guanabo, which are visited by thousands of tourists who arrive in the Cuban capital every year.

Tourist attractions can also be found on the keys that make up the Cuban archipelago. One of those keys is Cayo Levisa, off Pinar del Río's north coast, which offers three kilometers of excellent beaches and 23 dive sites with coral reefs inhabited by 500 species of fish and 200 species of sponges, in addition to mollusks, crustaceans and other marine animals, such as starfish, brain corals, sea fans, and a wide variety of fish like stonebass and red snappers, as well as crustaceans like lobsters.

In addition, Cayo Largo del Sur, one of those peculiar sites exclusively devoted to tourism, offers 24 kilometers of beaches of crystal-clear water and fine white sand, which have suggestive names such as Sirena, Lindamar, Paraíso and Los Cocos.

In Jardines del Rey (King's Gardens), one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the country, 30 kilometers of pristine beaches await vacationers on Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo. The latter also offers the highest dunes in the Caribbean (15 meters high).

In Holguín is Bariay, where Genoese Admiral Christopher Columbus first landed in Cuba and highlighted the breathtaking beauty of the island, including excellent beaches such as Guardalavaca, Esmeralda and Pesquero

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