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The Top 10 Beaches to Visit in Cuba

Let us now look at some of Cuba's best beaches, which, aside from its ageless beauty, are the country's true treasures.

Each beach in Cuba is best. Many of them are different in features includes the color and glittering of water. There are beaches for every kind of person whether you are a sun lover or a water enthusiast. Here in this article, we have shared the list of 10 incredible beaches in Cuba that you must definitely visit.

10 Must-See Beaches in Cuba

1. Varadero Beach

Varadero Beach is one of the most famous beaches that lies about 45 miles in Cuba. The majority of hotels are on the shore of Varadero. The white sand and clear blue water makes the beach an amazing place to visit. You need to drive for two hours from Havana. The place is cover with coral reefs and many sea caves. It offers you various kinds of water sports like sailing, fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, etc.

2. Playa Pilar

Playa Pilar is long white sand and clear water beach that lies on Cayo Guillermo in Cuba. The beach is perfect for a day hanging out, snorkeling, surfing, diving, and a long walk along the coast. There are various good bars and eateries hangout. The sand is found, and the water shallow. Make sure you opt to visit the flamingo colony when you visit the Playa Pilar.

3. Playa Nava

A remote Cuban beach that is 5 km away from the Playa Maguana. This isolated beach allows you and your family and friends some alone time. To reach this beach, you will hire a moped, bus, or car from Baracoa's main town. Go there and enjoy sunbathing, diving, swimming, and snorkeling. In case you want to spend the night at the beach, you can head towards the Playa Maguana beach, and there you will find some basic services and comfort.

4. Guardalavaca

One of the top destinations in Cuba for going to the beach is Guardalavaca. The beach has many things to offer kids to adults and seniors. This beach is family-friendly and is safe for kids. There are certain water activities that you or your family will not resist without trying it. Guardalavaca is a 15,000-meter long white sand beach that merges into the clear water. This beach is famous for snorkeling among the locals and tourists.

5. Santa Lucia

Santa Lucia is a tropical bay and beautiful reefs on your way to Camaguey. The untouched shore of Santa Lucia has everything for each type of traveler. The water is turquoise clear and calm, perfect for water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, water surfing, and swimming. This beach is the world's second-largest coral reef that heads out in the deep-sea fishing adventure.

6. Playa Siboney

Playa Siboney lies 19km away from the central city of Santiago de Cuba and favorite among locals. The local village is rustic, but the beach is sandy with palm trees and inviting water flow. You can take a day-trip to Siboney and enjoy the sunset view, lined palm trees, and some fresh coconut water. There are many amazing hotels to stay and spend a night on the beach shore. The shore is picture-perfect, and the immense cliffs are stretched overhead.

7. Cayo Blanco Islet

A tiny hamlet located in the Caribbean Sea near Trinidad is the perfect romantic spot. This small desert beach is at an isolated place, so it is only accessible by boat, to take a boat you need to go to marina Trinidad spot. The beach is deep and clear for perfect water sports like snorkeling, diving, swimming, and kayaking. In case the climate is not proper, the authority will not allow you to perform any water activity.

8. Playa Rancho Luna

Almost 18km in the south of Cienfuegos city, there is a beach named – Playa Rancho Luna. The beach has picturesque and panoramic viewpoints. The fine sandy shoreline emerging into the turquoise water calms your mind and body. The coral reef is accessible easily by rent a car or moped from the city. The small village has different casa for their tourist stay and makes them comfortable.

9. Cayo Coco Beach

The former name of Cayo Coco Beach is Playa Los Flamencos. The island is full populated with the coco birds. Therefore, people here started calling this beach Cayo Coco Beach. It is chunk of the Jardines Del Rey Islands. The beach with white sand and sapphire water makes it perfect for snorkeling, swimming, diving, and other aquatic activity.

10. Playas Del Este Beach

If you are thinking for a great gateway from the capital's chaos, visit Playas Del Este Beach in Havana. An ideal gateway lies 18 km away from the downtown of Havana. The merging of white sand and clear turquoise water makes the view more picturesque. You will get less crowd in winters, whereas in July and August the place is quite overflowing with people. You can take a public bus, train or private transfer to reach the beach.

Conclusion

There are countless reasons to visit Cuba, and the beaches are the main. Those mentioned above unspoiled white sand beaches know how to make you feel relax and set a new level of chill-out vibes.