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Cuba - Beaches

Cuba is a paradise for beach lovers with its over 200 beautiful beaches. Some great examples are Varadero Beach and the Eastern Havana Beaches (Playas del Este).

The Cuban Sea is of excellent quality and that's why there are many coral formations and beaches. Cuba has a subtropical climate, caused by the warm water being cooled by the trade winds, so temperatures vary between 24 °C and 29 °C. Cuba has an average of 330 sunny days per year.

The main tourist areas have international airports and the hotels have a wide range of extra facilities (car and bus rentals, marinas, scuba diving centers, shops, gyms and beauty parlors), entertainment during day and night, excursions to nearby cities, medical attention and special family and honeymoon packages.

The beaches in Cuba are of course the place to be for sun bathing, swimming, but also it's equipped with the right infrastructure to enjoy many water sports, such as sailing, scuba diving, kayaking and water skiing, with gear provided by a number of nautical centers and hotels.


Cienfuegos: Rancho Luna

Granma: Mareo del Portillo

Havana: Playas del Este (Guanabo Beach - El Mégano Beach - Playa Bacuranao - Playa Tarará - Santa María del Mar) - Playa El Salado - Playa Jibacoa

Holguín: Playa Esmeralda - Playa Guardalavaca - Playa Pesquero - Playa Yuraguanal

Isla de la Juventud: Playa Bibijagua - Playa Blanca - Playa El Frances - Playa Larga - Playa Lindamar - Playa Los Cocos - Playa Paraiso - Playa Tortuga

Matanzas: Playa Larga - Playa Girón - Varadero Beach

Pinar del Rio: Playa Bailen - Playa Boca de Galafre - Playa María la Gorda

Sancti Spiritus: Playa Ancón - Playa Maria Aguilar

Santiago de Cuba: Bacajagua Beach - Bucanero Beach - Playa Caleton Blanco - Playa Daiquiri - Playa Sevilla - Playa Siboney

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Beaches - Cienfuegos

Rancho Luna

This small beach is located 14 kilometers from Cienfuegos City. It is a beautiful beach with fine sand and quiet waters. Diving at Ensenada de Barreras and Las Playitas is amazing with many coral beds and superb sea life. Among them, the Notre Dame, the highest coral formation in the Americas, with a height of 5 meters, can be seen.

Diving centers, such as Faro Luna, Guajimico y Whale Shark feature beginners' courses, day and nighttime immersions around sunken ships and reefs, as well as catamaran, aquabike and kayac rides.
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Beaches - Granma

Marea del Portillo

Marea del Portillo is located 108 kilometers south of Manzanillo Airport in Granma. It's known for its black sand and its location withing a bay surrounded by the Sierra Maestra mountain range and bordered by coconut and palm trees.

Activities here are horse riding, watching waterfalls, like on Cilantro and Las Yaguas rivers), motorboat rides, visits to neighboring keys and water sports.

Also diving is very popular here, as a coral reef, a great variety of sea life, such as barracuda, morays and trumpet fish and sunken ships are very close to the sea shore. The Cuba Albacora Scuba Diving Center has 17 diving spots offering immersions down to this coral reef (from 10 to 35 m deep).

Down here you can also go and see the Cristóbal Colón ship: one of the battleships belonging to Spanish Admiral Cervera's fleet, who lost a sea battle against the American fleet at Santiago de Cuba bay.



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Beaches - Havana

Playa Arroyo Bermejo

This beach is very popular with Cubans. It's a small beach surrounded by cliffs at the mouth of the Rio Jibacoa, about three kilometres east of Santa Cruz del Norte. Some beautiful coral reefs lie very close to shore, which are perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving.


Playas del Este

Playas del Este or the Eastern Beaches extend for about 24 kilometers along the north coast of Havana province. The Eastern Beaches are full of white sand and coconut palms and is a very popular tourist spot with excellent natural conditions, though their facilities are very scarce and yet to be expanded.

The beaches stretch from Bacuranao Beach –12 kilometers east of Havana– to Guanabo Beach –27 kilometers east of Havana. Between these two one can find four other beaches: Tarará, El Mégano, Santa María del Mar and Boca Ciega. All of them are excellent options for tourists who want to spend a day at the beach without leaving the capital.

Opposed to other beaches in Cuba where one can only find tourists, Playas del Este is very popular among the habaneros, who can frequently enjoy these warm waters thanks to their closeness to the city.


Guanabo Beach

Guanabo Beach is located 27 kilometers from Havana City and occupies the coastal area of the town of Guanabo. With 25 kilometers of beaches it is the most visited of the Playas del Este. During the summer, up to 120,000 people are spending their holidays here. It has many facilities, such as shopping centers, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

The only thing missing is hotels, though lots of houses are for rent instead.


El Mégano Beach

This beach is located near Havana City and is the westernmost beach of the Playas del Este. It is famous for it coral and perfect snorkeling and scuba diving conditions.


Playa Bacuranao

Bacuranao beach is located only 12 kilometers from Havana and is the first of the Playas del Este. The beach is located on a small bay and is mostly visited by Cubans. You can stay in one of the 30 cabins, which are available for renting.


Playa Tarará

The beach between Bacuranao and El Mégano is Tarará, 20 kilometers from Havana. Its marina is perfect for those who want to go fishing or diving.

The diving center has several medium size boats, superb diving equipment and a great team of divers. The sea bottoms to the east of Havana are quite rocky and there are no coral reefs, though because of the very clear and shallow waters it can still be a great experience.

One of the most interesting diving sites is a sunken ship near Bacuranao Beach, at around 14 meters under the surface. Another interesting spot in this area is a small rocky edge called Itabo, at 20 meters under the surface, with a great variety of sea life, such as eels, lobsters, barracudas, parrot fish, dogfish, spider crabs, sponges and fire corals.


Santa María del Mar

With 8 kilometers of good quality sand, Santa María del Mar is the longest beach of the Playas del Este. It has many facilities, such as hotels and villas, as well as restaurants, nightclubs and bars by the seashore. In Santa María del Mar, tourists can enjoy catamaran rides, rent jet skis, sail boats, rowboats and explore its many other attractions.


Playa El Salado

This beach is located about 25 minutes from Havana City, on the way to Pinar del Río. Villa Cocomar offers excellent conditions for relaxation as well as for diving, which can be done at a beautiful coral reef area. The Blue Reef Cente offers diving courses, nighttime diving, motorboating and catamarans rental.


Playa Jibacoa

This beach is located on the north coast of Havana Province, 60 kilometers from Havana City and 50 kilometers from Varadero and is also known as Playa Amarillo. Jibacoa is a beach of incredible beauty because of the more than 100 meter high hills surrounding it.

Jibacoa, Boca de Jaruco, El Fraile, Puerto Escondido and El Abra, lie on coves bordered by hills, which make it a very attractive area.

The quality of the sand on the beaches is excellent. The sea water is warm most of the year and the sea bottoms have beautiful coral beds and a great variety of underwater life. That's why it's a perfect spot for diving.

Besides sun, sand and sea sports, the visitor can enjoy other outdoor activities like horse riding and boat trips. The visitor can take lodgings at the Breezes Jibacoa Hotel or choose camping at El Abra, where there is a diving center.

One of the most interesting diving spots is to go to the Jibacoa and Sparta ships. The Jibacoa, a cargo ship, and the military ship Sparta have lain sunken for about twenty years. The ships were used for military target practice, becoming eventually a favourite haunt for divers. The Jibacoa is visible from the surface and the Sparta lies on its side complete with guns, ladders and anchor ropes.

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Beaches - Holguín

Playa Esmeralda

This beach is known as Emerald Beach because of the color of its water, which is deep green. It has a length of around 900 meters.

It is located 5 kilometers from Guardalavaca, 72 kilometers from an international airport and 56 kilometers from Holguín, capital of province Holguín. The sea down here is warm and has many coral reefs. The beach itself is flanked by cliffs, steep slopes and a lot of vegetation.

Playa Esmeralda is the place to be when you're into water sports, such as diving or snorkeling, windsurfing, catamaran sailing or sailboarding. In a bay close to the beach is Bahía de Naranjo Natural Reserve. In the same bay, there is an aquarium with the main attraction being swimming with dolphins.

Playa Guardalavaca

Guardalavaca beach has a length of about 3 kilometers. The sea is warm and beautifully turquoise blue and is protected by coral reefs, 300 meters into the sea, creating the perfect climate for all kinds of sea life, such as swordfish and peacock fish.

Because of the very clear water, this place is ideal for diving up to depths of 20 meters. Here you can also go cave diving. Gibara is home to a series of underwater caves unique in the island.

Guardalavaca means "Hide the Cow". A legendary story tells us that in the 16th and 17th century Spanish settlers used this place as a hide out for their cattle, to avoid being robbed by pirates. Another story is that the early settlers used to trade leather goods and meat on the beach in exchange for European goods.


Playa Pesquero

Nearby Naranjo Bay, which is a nature reserve you can find Pesquero beach. Bahia de Naranjo is a National Park with beautiful plants and trees. It is located 14 kilometers from Guardalavaca Beach and 60 minutes from the airport.

Pesquero beach, which is over 900 meters long, is beautiful and private. You'll not find many Cuban people here. The beach is protected by amazing coral reefs, cliffs and plenty vegetation and especially for people who would like some shade, this beach is perfect as numerous trees line the beach.

Playa Pesquero has many tourist attractions. You can go swimming with the dolphins at Bahia Naranjo, sunning, swimming, scuba diving, snorkling, other water sports, beach volleyball, tennis, excursions on yachts, horseback riding, cycling and hiking.

In Playa Pesquere you can choose from many beautiful resorts. Top on their priority list is to provide their guests with privacy and relaxation. That's why this is a perfect destination for a honeymoon. But of course for groups there are also enough facilities.


Playa Yuraguanal

Playa Yuraguanal is a private man-made beach about 800 meters long located at the west of Guardalavaca. The only resort on the beach is Turquesa. It opened in 2003 and has more than 500 rooms.

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Beaches - Isla de la Juventud

Playa Bibijagua

Bibijagua beach is located 6 km from Nueva Gerona and is known for its captivating black sand. The color was created by erosion of the sea on the marble rocks, of which there are very many on the island. Not far from the beach visitors will find two important museums: the Presidio Modelo (Model Prision), where the leader of the Revolution, Fidel Castro, was imprisoned; and El Abra farm, declared National Monument.

This beach is inhabited by a community of Cayman Islanders and some Japanese residents.

Playa El Frances

In the sea at a short distance from shore you'll be able to find Spanish galleons and beautiful coral formations while you're scuba diving.


Playa Larga

The road south from Cayo Piedra will lead you to Playa Larga, a stunning beach. Five kilometers before the beach is a turnoff to the right that leads west 28 kilometers to Punta Francés, at the tip of the Peninsula that forms the claw of Isla de la Juventud.


Playa Los Cocos

Playa Los Cocos, together with Playa Tortuga, is an extension of Playa Blanca. Los Cocos is the longest one and has many tiny coves. The beach has been given the name Los Cocos, due to the fact that coconut trees are providing the beach with some shade.


Playa Paraiso

This beach is located five kilometers east of Nueva Gerona and three kilometers north from the main road. It has a beautiful white sand beach.


Playa Tortuga

Playa Tortugas is an extension, like Playa Los Cocos, of Playa Blanca. Playa Tortuga has as its main attraction the fact of being a place chosen by hundreds of sea turtles to lay their eggs within its peaceful and warm sands. This all happens in the months May till October and the eggs are collected to be incubated at the turtle farm.


Playa Blanca beach

Playa Blanca is the largest beach on the island. It's seven kilometers long and is a magnificent site with palm trees lining the shores and crystal clear water.

A rocky point divides it from the Playa Lindamar and to the east, an unbroken extension of Playa Blanca are Playa Los Cocos and Playa Tortuga.


Playa Lindamar beach

Lindamar is a small and private beach, which extends east about two kilometers and is next to the Playa Blanca. It is located in a shell shaped area and is a perfect destination for beach lovers who are looking for a friendly and private atmosphere.

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Beaches - Matanzas

Playa Larga

Playa Larga is located in the well known "Bay of Pigs", at the Zapata Peninsula, 32 kilometers from the National Highway. This bay became famous after on April 1961, an army of Cuban exiles invaded the island in order to overthrow Fidel Castro's newly established revolutionary government.

Tourists can enjoy the sea here, but also nature by going to the Montemar Great Natural Park. Day or nighttime birdwatching for example is arranged by the international Birdwatching Center.

21 kilometers southwest of Playa Larga you'll find Laguna de las Salinas. From November to April, it's possible to see many species of migratory waterfowls.

The International Octopus Club Diving Center has all the scuba facilities you're looking for. In the sea are many fish, sea fans and huge colonies of crabs, lobsters and barracudas.


Playa Girón

Playa Girón is located to the east of "Bay of Pigs", 48 kilometers south of Boca de Guamá. It's name is derived from a French pirate who came to the area many times centuries ago.

On this beach, on April 1961, an army of cuban exiles based in the USA invaded the island in order to overthrow Fidel Castro's new government, and was defeated in less than 72 hours. A museum and several monuments have been set up here to tell the story.

Playa Girón is a popular diving and snorkeling destination. Also very worth while a visit is the Cueva de los Peces. This is a flooded tectonic fault about 70 meters deep on the island side of the road, almost exactly midway between Playa Larga and Playa Girón. These half-rounded lagoons, called cenotes have arisen from the partial caving-in of cave's roofs.

You can also wall-dive here. The underwater scene is very nice, due to the steepness of the ocean wall, which is extremely close to the shore and covered by beautiful coral beds, including black ones, as well as sea fans, sponges and blind fishes.


Varadero Beach

Varadero Beach is located 140 kilometers from Havana City, at Hicacos Peninsula. It's known as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The beach is 36 kilometers long and the sand is incredibly white. Also some of the most beautiful hotels in the world can be found here.

In total there are more than 45 hotels (17,000 hotel rooms) on Varadero Beach which is known as the largest tourist resort in the Caribbean. You can find everything from 5 star luxury hotels to a place where you can pitch your tent (away from the hotels).

Being a peninsula, the flora and fauna are amazing in Varadero. It's spread out among nearly 10 virgin islets, sea bottoms with more than 40 species of coral, a wide range of fish, lobsters, shrimps, crabs, 70 kinds of mollusks and charming dolphins that can sometimes be seen from the shore or riding a catamaran.

Varadero has many interesting things to do, such as:

- There are 3 marinas where one can go fishing for billfish.
- There is scuba diving where you can get all kinds of plans from 1 dive to 10.
- You can take diving lessons and get a certificate for less than $400.
- Swimming with dolphins.
- You can visit the submarine park, an incredible place in a glass bottomed boat, view an underwater submarine, a sunken frigate, Fidel's private yacht and even a passenger plane.
- You can go sky diving, play golf at the Varadero Golf Club, bowling, biking, rent a moped, horseriding or camping.

At night there is also lots of thing going on. You can go to a live concert by salsa orchestras or party in one of the many discos.

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Beaches - Pinar del Rio

Playa Bailen

This beach is near Sábalo (12 kilometers east of Isabel Rubio, a small agricultural town growing citrus groves. Another turn off leads south eight kilometers to Playa Bailen, you pass Estación Biológica Zoocriadero, a crocodile farm open daily 8 am-5 pm.

Playa Boca de Galafre

This beach is about 15 kilometers southwest of San Juan y Martinez town. This beach is known to be very muddy and is very popular with the local people. It is a quiet spot where you can enjoy the beach, the country lifestyle and the friendly people.


Playa María la Gorda

María la Gorda Beach, listed as a reserve of the biosphere by UNESCO, is located on the southern coast of the western end of Cuba, in the inlet of Corrientes, Guanahacabibes Peninsula, 300 kilometers west of Havana. It is a beautiful white sand beach bathed by the Caribbean Sea and with extensive areas of coastal vegetation.

It derived its name from a pirate story with many legendary versions. María is said to have been a Portugese pirate around 1820. She was captured and handed over to another pirate that had made his headquarters in this area. She never returned to Europe and when she was old and fat, she became the owner of some establishments which were built there to meet the needs of filibusters, buccaneers and merchants.

Maria la Gorda beach is known for its amazing beauty of its coral reefs, which makes it a perfect destination for divers and ecotourists.

One of the most special attractions of this place is that at only 14 meters under the surface you can find black coral formations inhabited by many kinds of fish, such as barracudas and red snappers. These coral formations are known as Black Coral Valley. Among its many attractions there is a hundred meter coral wall and a cave at 18 meters under the surface, called Salón de María, where small feather coral can be found.

Maria la Gorda has been ranked to be one of the most beautiful in Latin America, because of its rich fauna and the amazing coral reefs.

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Beaches - Sancti Spiritus

Playa Ancón

Ancón is derived from a black rock on Punta María Aguilar that once served as a landmark for sailors. It looked like a horses' leg and because of that it received its nickname Ancón (hind leg). Ancón is with its 4 kilometers the largest beach on the south coast.

The soft sand and still, warm waters sheltered by palm trees make the beach a popular trip from Trinidad. Situated at the end of the peninsula, 12 kilometers south of Trinidad, Playa Ancón also offers watersports and some good offshore snorkeling and diving sites. At Ancón Hotel beginners diving courses are given.

The sea life is amazing here with various species of coral, sponges and tropical fish.

Playa Maria Aguilar

María Aguilar beach lies south of Trinidad. It has warm and shallow waters and a remarkable sea life with amazing coral, sea fans, sponges and beautiful tropical fish.

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Beaches - Santiago de Cuba

Bacajagua Beach

This is a beautiful golden sand beach within the deep cleft of a river mouth. It is near to Daiquirí and Verraco Beach.


Bucanero Beach

This beach is located 25 minutes away from Santiago's centre. The average temperature is about 30 °C, with a lot of sun and little rain throughout the year. Bucanero is a magnificent golden sand beach backed by limestone cliffs. This beach is the private reserve of the Hotel Bucanero.

As part of the Natural Park Baconao, the beach has a beautiful scenery with on one side the Caribbean Sea and on the other side the Sierra Maestra mountain range.

Playa Caleton Blanco

Caleton Blanco beach can be found on an inlet west of Baconao Park, where nature grows wild and free. Its fine white sands are surrounded, like most beaches on this coast, by boulders and a thick growth that stretches almost to the seashore.

Being so near to the Sierra Maestra mountain range, this beach is enclosed by mountains. The Sierra Mar Diving Center operates next to this area.


Playa Daiquiri

This beach is located inside the Baconao Park Biosphere Reserve, in a coastal zone to the south, very close to the Sierra Maestra mountain range. Baconao Park, 80 000 hectares of natural beauties encloses this beach of fine sand and crystal-clear waters surrounded by boulders that grant it great privacy.

Playa Daiquiri lent its name to the famous drink. The beach has dull grey sand over grown with vegetation. The road continues east to Bacajagua Beach.

In this area we find a diving spot comprising Daiquirí and Bucanero. Several sunken ships —Baconao, Fruit Cuba and El Casco—, and submarine cliffs like El Ancla, El Tanque, Piedra de los Arigues y La Pared characterize this spot. La Cueva (The Cave), a place not to be missed, is quite an interesting formation. It is a passage that can be entered from the sea and reaches dry land under a steep cliff.


Playa Sevilla

63 kilometers to the west of Santiago de Cuba and 2 hours by car to Antonio Maceo International Airport, lies Sevilla beach renowned by its brown sands and the mountains that seem to look over it.

Some of the nice attractions are the beautiful coral reef, that can already be seen after going into the sea for about 50 meters wearing a snorkel and the Sierra Mar diving center.

Also this beach is quite close to the place where the fleet of the Spanish Admiral Cervera went down in 1898 after a sea battle against American ships. Close to the shore still lie the remains of three of the ships lost in that battle: Oquendo and Vizcaya and Colón. Those ships have become true gardens with coral, sea fans and sponges.

Another interesting site is Mandinga Reef, a submarine mountain, rising from the abyssal plains of the sea, inhabited by fish of every size and species.


Playa Siboney

The beautiful little beach Siboney, can be found about 19 kilometers from Santiago. Because of this many people living in Santiago go there. It's a very clean beach, with transparent water, surrounded by coconut trees. It's an excellent choice for relaxing and enjoying along with local people.

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