One of the most spectacular caves in Cuba, the Ambrosio Cave can be found nearby the resort. The beautiful cave which presents five interconnecting galleries is also one of the largest caves of Cuba. The cave is well-known for its fantastic pictographs which attract a large number of visitors yearly. Numerous bats are also living in the huge cave. Some of the highlights of the cave are the “swimming caves” which are perfect for snorkeling.

 Another fantastic nearby cave is the Cueva de Saturno. Besides the stalactites and stalagmites, another highlight of it is the opportunity of swimming inside the cave. It is considered by many one of the most scenic caves of Cuba. The cave is with no doubt one of the most popular attractions of Varadero.


 An extremely popular visitor attraction of Varadero is the beautiful Josone Park. A great thing about this attraction is the entry is free. It contains a scenic pond which offers the opportunity for pedal boating. Another fantastic feature of the park is the little train which takes the visitors around it. As for the natural scenery, the vegetation is lush and there are birds and lizards living here. After a refreshing visit in the park, you can have a delicious meal at one of the great restaurants.

 This par 72, 18-hole, 6269 meter course was designed by Les Forbes, the Canadian architect who spent many years working with the renowned Robert Trent Jones. Both greens and fairways are irrigated. Eight holes have water hazards, and there are many sand traps along the fairways as well as near the greens. Some holes border the beach along the dunes giving the golfer a spectacular view of the sea. There are three putting greens, one pitching green, practice bunkers and two driving ranges. This splendid course has been the venue of European PGA tournaments

Walking up Calle 57 from Av 1, you'll see many typical wooden beach houses with elegant wraparound porches. The most attractive of the bunch, Varadero's Museo Municipal, a balconied chalet displaying period furniture and a snapshot of the resort's history. It's more interesting than you'd think.

A neat collection of shops and restaurants. Located centrally in Varadero - easy to get to by bus from many resorts