Best Beaches in Cuba
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Baracoa, declared a National Monument, is a quiet colonial city of Cuba. It is nestled between mountainous massifs with a great profusion of endemic vegetation, which make the place an exotic place with crystalline rivers and cozy beaches. The city of Baracoa is the oldest in Cuba, since it was the first town founded by Diego Velázquez in 1511, under the name of “Our Lady of the Assumption of Baracoa”.
In Matanzas approximately 13 km from the Bay of Pigs, you will find Playa Larga, an extensive 4 km long sandy beach, famous among other things for being the scene of a skirmish in which an American group, on April 17, 1961 , they intended to take control of the beach and were repelled by the Cuban people.
Cayo Largo del Sur is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Cuba that is located at the eastern end of the Canarreos Archipelago, in Isla de la Juventud. Bathed by the waters of the Caribbean, it is the perfect place if you are looking for paradisiacal beaches of fine white sand, an infinity of beautiful coral reefs, spectacular resorts and tourists from all over the world.
Cayo Guillermo is one of the spectacular islets of Cuba that make up the Jardines del Rey archipelago, located on the northwest coast of the island, between the Bay of Dogs and the Atlantic Ocean. It belongs to the province of Ciego de Ávila and the municipality of Morón.
Playa Girón is hardly distinguished from other small beaches in Cuba, it has the same coral sand, and its turquoise waters cover wonderful reefs. But what makes it unique is having witnessed over the years how the Cuban people were subjected to different attacks and fought to win.
Explore Seville at your own pace with a 24-hour ticket for the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus. Marvel at the mix of Christian and Islamic monuments, such as the Torre del Oro, enjoy 2 free walking tours, and access to some of the city’s attractions.
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