Beaches

A fantastic subtropical climate, warm waters cooled by trade winds and an average of 330 sunny days per year makes Cuba a fabulous beach, as well as cultural, destination.

An island guarded by hundreds of kilometres of white sandy beaches, its conserved coral reef is second only in length to the Great Barrier Reef. Cuba is quite simply,...paradise.

Cuba is formed by 4,195 islands and cayos, and has more than 300 natural beaches. Award winning Varadero is the most famous of all, is 22 kilometres long, has the most transparent aquamarine waters, and the finest sand.

An exclusive experience all together are the wild and well preserved cayos, Cayo Santamaría, Cayo Coco, Cayo Guillermo or the furthermost Cayo Largo del Sur will be the perfect destination for paradise seeking travelers.

One of our top beach choices is Playa Ancón, a precious ribbon of soft, white sand stretching nearly three miles and often described as the finest arc of sand on Cuba’s southern coastline. It’s guarded by the historic town of Trinidad, with its charming cobbled streets, sprawling colonial palaces and plazas and hot Latin American rhythms. Nearby is Casilda Bay, a hotspot for snorkelers and divers.

And if you’re looking for something a little different from Cuba’s white sand beaches, the pretty village of Baracoa (not the one in Havana) is home to unusually dark and velvety sands, guarded by mangroves and verdant jungle.

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