Varadero Beach

Varadero has a history that can be best described as stuff for legend. Buccaneers, in ancient times, chose the sands of Varadero Beach as the hiding place for their plundered goods – chests of doubloons, galleons, and jewels. There is a cave here that is a remnant from that time, called The Pirate cave that now functions as a cave night club that has on display the chests and guns that are said to have belonged to the daredevil pirates. However, even legend will pale before the Varadero beach’s actual claim to fame, the pristine beach here, stretching for fourteen miles of luscious snow white sand, and with crystal clear and calm waters alongside. Continue reading “Varadero Beach” »