Rent a house in Cuba and dive into the waters of Varadero Beach

Apr 19, 2017

Varadero Beach, known as Blue Beach in Cuba, is the first beach and sun destination in Cuba and one of the most important destinations in the Caribbean Sea. Furthermore, it is the second most important destination in the island, just after Havana, which is the most visited city in the country. Located in the Hicacos Peninsula, to the north of Matanza province, Varadero has 20 kilometers of sandy beaches. Saying Varadero beach is incredible and lovely falls short of describing its beauty. From LujoCuba we invite you to discover this magnificent beach if you decide to rent a house in Cuba.

If you look for sun, beach, party and doing a lot of sport activities such as snorkel, surf or windsurf, this beach is made for you. More than 30 restaurants, a lot of discos or golf courses are part of this incredible place. Now we are going to show you some interesting places in Varadero to have fun.

Josone Park

Josone Park, of approximately 9 hectares, built around the Laguna de La Paz, is the largest green space in the historic Varadero. It has beautiful gardens with exotic flowers and plants and a neoclassic mansion, which is nowadays an international restaurant.


The Dolphinarium offers several shows with views to the sea and the opportunity to swim with dolphins. It also has a playground for children and souvenir shops.

Varahicacos ecological reserve

Varadero also has a protected area where you can cross several ecological trails. This ecological reserve is inserted in the biggest thermal baths of the Island and it has a diversity of tropical coastal ecosystems, presence of national and local endemic plants and animals, and migratory birds at certain times of the year. There are even ruins of the oldest salt marshes in the country.

Rent a house in Cuba and do not miss the chance to discover these fantastic places and the spectacular and paradisiac Varadero Beach.

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