About Varadero, Cuba
Considered by many as the world's most beautiful beach, Varadero is part of a peninsula that stretches far out into the calm waters of the Atlantic. Its 21-kilometre strip of fine white sand is an ideal vacation spot for sun-lovers, water babies and golfers. The beautiful Varahicacos Reserve offers wonderful fauna and flora, and a few archaeological findings.
If you also have a craving for art, history and culture then head to the nearby cities of Cárdenas and Matanzas, the provincial capital. Nature seekers will be delighted with the Zapata Biosphere Reserve which is famous for its ecotourism and history.
The famous Varadero beach, sometimes referred to as the world's greatest beach, has long been the pride of Cuba.
Measuring 21 km, this beach is covered with a broad strip of the finest white sand imaginable and has an average year-round water temperature of 24° C to 26° C.
Climate Its location on a narrow peninsula ensures that this tropical hot climate is constantly cooled by tropical breezes.