The most prominent shoreline of Cuba has 2-km long extend of white sand which is sufficiently huge to include two football fields in it. The shoreline offers different nautical exercises, for example, Kayaks and Catamarans the shoreline is dotted by a ranchon-a style bar and eatery with showers and toilets on the backside.
Essentially southeast is Playa Paraiso, a smaller and less shady yet an energizing stretch of sand, accompanied by a little bar.
Playa Jibacoa Area
Today it's the favourite Cuban getaway with a narrow waterfront road from the main Vía Blanca highway slowing down to a complete resort, a hotel campismo and a couple of other pleasant lodgings hurled in for good measure. Punctuated by a series of small yet incredible shorelines and favored with awesome snorkeling, Jibacoa is bolstered by a pompous limestone yard looming over the ocean. The patio offers majestic vistas and some short DIY treks.
You'll need a vehicle to become familiar with this superb little shoreline, 17km west of Gibara. The enigmatic stretches of white sand and purplish Blue Ocean here are most adored by Holguín vacationers. The town is tumbledown, with no commercialization beside rustic Restaurant La Esparanza on the beachfront road, serving up some of Cuba's most superb crisped fish on an upstairs bistro overlooking the water.
The sandy bend of Playa Giron settles smoothly on the eastern side of the famous Bahia de Cochinos, 48km south of Boca de Guama. Scandalous as the spot where the Cold War for all intents and purposes got hot, the shoreline is truly named after a French privateer, Gilbert Giron, who met his end here by execution in the mid 1600s on account of because of local. In April 1961 it was the scene of another devastating strike, the tragic, CIA- facilitated invasion that endeavored to touch base on these remote sandy shorelines is one of the history’s most fascinating stories. Legends still exist about the past glory, however these days Giron, with its crystalline Caribbean waters and sharp toward the ocean drop-off, is a most adored destination for scuba jumpers and snorkelers.
Rancho Luna is an unobtrusive, wonderful shoreline resort 18km south of Cienfuegos close to the jaws of Bahia de Cienfuegos. It has two midrange motels. Secured by a coral reef, the coast has extraordinary snorkeling. The shoreline isn't Varadero's typical sand; obviously it isn't Varadero’s usual bustle or glamour, either.
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Last edited by Katie Louise on the 17 August 2015