Step onto the sugar white sands of Cuba's Varadero Beach and you will come to realize why many call it the "most beautiful beach in the world". This 20 kilometer (~12.4 miles) long paradise is one of the largest resort areas in the Caribbean and contains several dozen hotels and even places to pitch your tent. There are many mansion confiscated from their owners during the Cuban Revolution that are now museums. Beyond the beaches, Varadero has natural wonders such as caves and easily accessible virgin cays. There are also cultural, historical and environmental attractions in the vicinity, such as the cities of Matanzas and Cárdenas, and the Zapata Peninsula. The nearby Hicacos Point Natural contains the Cave of Ambrosio, Mangón Lake, and the ruins of the La Calavera (The Skull) Salt Works. The town in Varadero has restaurants, bars, amusement parks, restaurants, nightclubs, cabarets, art galleries, and cinemas. Havana (140 km/87 miles) may offer a more "authentic" view of the real Cuba; but if you want to see "another side" of this island, Varadero is a very appealing alternative.
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- Location: Varadero Beach, Cuba