The largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba’s unique standing in the world has been capturing imaginations for decades. It is enthralling and complex; bewildering and uplifting. A former Spanish colony with a rich culture and one of the last surviving communist regimes, Cuba is an unforgettable, breath-taking Caribbean experience.
Situated in the heart of Havana’s classy residential district Miramar, Memories Miramar Havana Resort boasts easy access to all of the city’s sights and nightlife including fabulous views of the ocean via Club Habana Beach. The resort offers a multi...
Embrace laid-back island life, with a stay at this family friendly hotel in the Caribbean paradise resort of Varadero. Situated just a stone’s throw away from the silky soft sands and heavenly turquoise waters of Varadero beach, Brisas del Caribe...
Like most places in the Caribbean, Cuba is blessed with fantastic beaches, exceptional weather and pristine waters.
The popular resort of Varadero is a two-hour drive from the capital Havana, and is blessed with high-quality hotels and resorts. Varadero is flanked on all sides by rolling beaches that are hailed as some of the world's best, and is a perfect destination for swimming and snorkelling in the clear blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Later, enjoy a rum cocktail while savouring one of Cuba’s heavenly sunsets and contemplating the prospect of a day trip to magnificent Havana.
Magical Havana is bursting with charm and character. Its stunning architecture and classic American Chevrolets make it a photographer’s dream. The people are famously joyous and hospitable, and Havana beats to the rich, vibrant, layered and soulful music of the Cuban people. A meander through the streets offers an experience matched by no city in the world, set along a dramatic coastline and with scenic natural harbours and ports as stunning backdrops.
Cuba is a fascinating and exotic land, and offers much more than the Havana-and-the-beach holiday most tourists generally experience. It’s a wonderful island to explore.
The fascinating city of Trinidad in the south is a highlight, with this authentic Spanish colonial town now a living museum to its 18th- and 19th-century heritage. In Trinidad you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time, while visits to Baracoa and Santiago de Cuba to the east, famous for their music and cuisine, offer a spicy and vibrant alternative to the main tourist spots.
Cuba is a magical country unlike anywhere else in the world. Visitors are enriched by the unique experience of Cuban life through its architecture and the exuberance of its people. Whether you want a traditional Caribbean beach holiday or to experience beautiful Havana in all its glory, Cuba makes for an unforgettable travel experience.
The weather in Cuba is subtropical, with temperatures averaging between the mid-20s to low 30s throughout the year. Peak season for tourists is between November and March, when temperatures are cooler and drier, as well as July and August. June and September are wetter months.
You love adventures, and want to mix culture with relaxing on the beach.