Varadero offers a wide range of activities for the adventurous holidaymaker. For those interested in water sports, there are rich pursuits such as duelling with the waves while surfing, seeing the underwater life while snorkelling at Coral Beach, experiencing the thrill of speed boating, or mingling with sharks while shark diving.
Other popular amusements at the island include hiking at the Varahicacos Ecological Reserve, or going on a dazzling photography tour around the town.
Varadero Food & Drink
Varadero has a number of excellent restaurants for you to sample during your holiday. La Gruta, Wacoâ's Club and Varadero 60 are some examples; these establishments will serve you an exclusive meal with exquisite presentation in a wonderful environment.
The House of Rum, serving all variations of Cuban rum and willing to serve you the way you particularly like, is the ultimate stop for anyone who wants to enjoy Cuba's national drink. Whilst you're there, pick up a bottle to take home.
The first place on your holiday itinerary should be Varadero Beach, one of the most famous destinations inCuba.
Heritage tours around Varadero are illuminating due to the rich history of the city; one such place is the Iglesia Santa Elvira, a haven for relaxation and spirituality.
Apart from these sites, the Saturno Cave offers further explorations on holidays to Varadero. On the eastern tip is the Reserva Ecologica Varahicacos, which has trails and an ancient burial cave.