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The Republic of Cuba is located between the continents of North and South America on the islands of Cuba, the Isla de la Juventud, and several archipelagos of about 1600 small islands in the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The Island of Cuba is the largest one in the Caribbean. There are more than 300 nature reserves, which occupy about 22% of the country. UNESCO declared six areas of Cuba as Biosphere Reserves: Guanahacabibes Peninsula, Sierra del Rosario, the national parks of Cienaga de Zapata on the west, El Caguanes in the central part, Baconao and Cuchillas del Toa in the east of the island. The best entertainment of Cuba is its beaches and sunshine, diverse flora and fauna, beautiful coral reefs and a refreshing ocean.
 
 

Best beaches of Cuba

 

Varadero beach

Puerto Escondido

Playa Pilar

Playa Esmeralda

Varadero beach

Puerto Escondido beach

Pilar beach

Esmeralda beach

Cayo Santa Maria

Cayo Largo

Cayo Guillermo

Cayo Coco beach

Cayo Santa Maria

Cayo Largo beach

Cayo Guillermo beach

Cayo Coco beach

 

 
There is a succession of hotels along the coastal line with exotic vegetation, fine restaurants with local and European cuisine, night bars and cafes. Long and broad bands of fine white sand and gentle hills, big natural swimming pools and all kinds of more than 300 Caribbean type beaches can be found in Cuba.
Playa Esmeralda is the most picturesque beach of Cuba. Its name translates as the "Emerald Coast", and it really is! Playa Esmeralda is of white sand, crystal-clear water and beautiful marine reefs with their fantastical inhabitants. This is an ideal place for diving, all types of fishing and a simple relaxing on the beach. Playa Esmeralda is located in the east of the island of Cuba, in the province of Holguin. The highest mountain peak of Cuba is here and more than a hundred beaches, numerous caves, rivers, mountains, waterfalls and natural springs. The province of Holguin is famous for the best Cuban beer, the best fishing, the best diving and the most beautiful places.
 
Varadero is Cuba's most famous resort. Its picturesque white sand beaches and azure waters of the Atlantic coast include three of the cleanest beaches in the world. Fabulous ocean depths and reefs with its coral fish will not leave anyone indifferent for diving. Varadero is located 130 kilometers from Havana, on the Atlantic coast. Protected by the largest reef of the Caribbean, its beaches stretch for 20 kilometers.
 
Havana's tranquil beaches on the north coast like El Penon del Fraile and Puerto Escondido, Arroyo Bermejo and El Salado on the north-west became the basis of tourism development. Holidays in Havana provide eco-tourism breathtaking scenery. Havana is closer to the north-western part of Cuba.
In the new part of Havana on the embankment of El Vedado, along the Malecon waterfront and the streets of La Rampa there are numerous villas and hotels for all tastes with excellent service. Along the bay in the Cubanacan area there is an entire series of perfectly equipped beaches and yacht clubs, as well as a large amusement park.
 
Cayo Guillermo is a small island located in the Atlantic Ocean. It is connected to the neighboring island of Cayo Coco and Cuba. This island is uninhabited, its a protected area with exceptional flora and fauna and covered with mangrove and palm groves. The beaches of Cayo Guillermo are considered among the best in the Cuban archipelago, fine sand, very clean sea and silence reigning everywhere impresses all the guests visiting the island. El Paso and Playa Pilar are the main beaches of the island with a huge sand dune of 15 meters high. The coral barrier, located in the province of Ciego de Avila, occupies an area of more than 400 km and is the world's second largest after the Australian Great Barrier Reef. Cayo Guillermo was one of the favorite places of Hemingway and his boat still stands on the laid up at the beach Pilar. Cayo Guillermo water here is so clean that it resembles a giant aquarium.
 
Cayo Coco is the fourth largest island of Cuba. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean, opposite the northern coast of the province of Ciego de Avila, and is connected to the main island with a 20-kilometer road leading to the sea. Cayo Coco's nature is rich and virtually untouched by people. The inner part of the island is a complete wilderness, which is home to many birds, including pelicans, flamingos and snow-birds "Coco", which gave the name to this island. There are more than 26 km of beaches stretching to the north. Such beaches as La Hawley, Los Flamencos and Las Colorados are ideally suited for water tourism.
 
Cayo Largo is located almost in the center of the Cuban archipelago, 177 kilometers from Havana and 170 kilometers from Varadero. Its an area of recreational diving. The reefs of Cayo Largo are decorated with all kinds of Caribbean corals, gorgon and marine sponges. The southern coast of the island is a vast beach stretching for 27 kilometers, covered with the finest white sand.
 
Cayo Santa Maria is located in the Atlantic Ocean, near the islands of Cayo Coco and Cayo Guillermo. Cayo Santa Maria is linked to the mainland by a dam of 48,6 km. There are small islands near the island such as Las Brujas and Ensenchos. The islands have beautiful beaches with soft white sand and very clean water.

Other beach countries of North America

 

Antigua & Barbuda

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Antigua & Barbuda

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Dominican Republic

Costa Rica

Mexico

Grenada

Dominican Republic

Costa Rica

Mexico

Grenada

Cuba

Panama

Saint Lucia

Saint Vincent

Cuba

Panama

St. Lucia

Saint Vincent & The Grenadines

 

Jamaica

Trinidad & Tobago

 

 

Jamaica

Trinidad & Tobago

 

 

 
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