Situated 84 miles east of Havana this exquisite town sits on the Hicacos Peninsula and is one of the most famous resort areas of Cuba. With white sandy beaches and virgin forests it is truly one of the most beautiful spots in Cuba.
The natural beauty of this town is not just because of the pristine beaches. Nature buffs love to visit here to explore its caves and easily accessed virgin cays.
The history of this exclusive town includes visits from some of the worlds wealthiest, including the infamous Al Capone who made Varadero one of his famous get aways. And we do mean getaways! After the Cuban Revolution the towns huge mansions were turned into Museums which are filled with the antiquity of Varadero’s bygone times.
At the beach, life is different, time doesn’t move from hour to hour, but mood to moment. we live by the currents, plan by the tides, and follow the sun. – anonymous
What to Do in Varadero:
- Enjoy the green lush Parque Josone
- Visit the Landmark Visit the amazing Baracuda Diving Center
- Explore the Cave at Cueva De Ambrosia
- Enjoy the Marine Park Cayo Piedras Del Norte
- See the wildlife at Reserva Ecologica Varahicacos
20 Miles West of Varadero is the town of Matanzas. This is known as the birthplace of such dance traditions as Danoz and Rumba
Cruising To Cuba is currently taking reservations for ALL Fathom, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean, Azamara, Oceania, Victory and Regent and Pearl Seas Sailings to Cuba. We are also booking our Group Cruises with special pricing aboard the Fathom Adonia on March 5, 2017 and April 30, 2017 . Please fill out a booking form right away to be included on one of these magnificent sailings! Cabin availability is going fast. Pricing may change until time of deposit.