With the long awaited ban removed for Americans to travel to Cuba finally lifted, it’s time to do some exploring. Cuba is a tropical heaven with amazing and picturesque coastlines, deep turquoise waters and breathtaking scenery.
If that is not enough, Cuba is truly blessed with a year-round good weather where the average temperature in February is a warm 27 degrees Celsius (69.8 degrees Fahrenheit.)
There is nothing to hold us back, so it’s time to reconsider Cuba as our destination choice.
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First, let us discover the best beaches in Cuba and imagine ourselves right there with a cocktail in the hand:
1. Varadero Beach
Varadero beach is the ultimate pleasure with its 20 kilometers of white sand and clear blue waters that attracts millions of visitors per year.
It’s located on the Hicacos Peninsula which is about 140 kilometers (87 miles) east of Havana. Some of the most exclusive resorts can be found here. Also, Varadero has nearby caves that you can visit and a chain of offshore cays, surrounded by vibrant and colorful reefs.
2. Cayo Coco and Guillermo
Cayo Coco is the perfect mix of amazing beaches with limitless possibilities for water sports. The main attributes of Cayo Coco beach are its shallow waters and naturally beautiful beaches, which non-commercial tourist attraction seekers will enjoy.
3. Playa Ancon
Playa Ancon offers long sandy beach with clear blue waters that are calling you right this second. It is located only a short distance from Trinidad. The city that surrounds it has the amazing and stunning 19th-century architecture, perfect for those who seek both adventure and history.
Guardalavaca beach got its name from the literal translation of “guard the cow” in Spanish. Positioned on the northern shore of Cuba, this amazing destination offers stunning tropical beaches with warm waters. Also, this is the right spot to be if you are looking for all-inclusive resorts.
5. Cayo Largo
If you are looking for the untouched place of tropical heaven, then look no further. Cayo Largo del Sur is just what you need. This place offers stunning scenery of sandy beaches that represent the true spirit of the Caribbean. The amazing turquoise waters with colorful reefs and marine life will simply take your breath away.