UTE Varadero Beach Car Via
€56 ( Per days)MG3
SIN SEGURO.€56 ( Per days)Geely CK
SIN SEGURO.€68 ( Per days)KIA Picanto
SIN SEGURO.€68 ( Per days)Renault Sandero
SIN SEGURO.€73 ( Per days)Pegeout 301
SIN SEGURO.€71 ( Per days)Peugeout 208
SIN SEGURO.€71 ( Per days)Geely CK
SIN SEGURO.€86 ( Per days)Pegeout 301
SIN SEGURO.€82 ( Per days)Peugeout 208
SIN SEGURO.€83 ( Per days)MG5
SIN SEGURO.€88 ( Per days)Emgrand 718
SIN SEGURO.€88 ( Per days)Pegeout 301
SIN SEGURO.€89 ( Per days)MG6
SIN SEGURO.€100 ( Per days)Emgrand 820
SIN SEGURO.€110 ( Per days)Emgrand 820
SIN SEGURO.€134 ( Per days)Renault Talisman
SIN SEGURO.€148 ( Per days)Hyundai Santa Fe
SIN SEGURO.€161 ( Per days)Hyundai Sonata
SIN SEGURO.€219 ( Per days)Maxus G10
SIN SEGURO.€219 ( Per days)Mercedes Benz E 200
- Extra possible charges (Payable in Cuba)
- Deposit & Insurance (Payable in Cuba)
When picking up your car a warranty deposit must be made at the rental agency. This amount will be refunded to you at the end of the rental period. The warranty deposit prices may vary between 200.00 CUC and 800.00 CUC. The Car Rental companies offer a single general coverage insurance policy covering all risks, legal responsibility and medical expenses, following the filing of a police report. If you do not take out an insurance policy, you will be required to leave a deposit of 600.00 CUC. The insurance prices may vary between 10.00 CUC and 35.00 CUC a day depending on the car and the rental company in Cuba.The payment for the warranty deposit and the insurance can be made by a credit card not issued by American banks. Credit cards Visa & MasterCard are accepted locally in Cuba.
90.00 CUC daily for a chauffeur max 12 hours per day.
Each additional driver: 3.00 CUC per day.
At least 21 years old. Years of driving experience: One.
Specifics for the model Peugeot 406: you must be over 27 years of age and have a minimum of 3 years of driving experience. Return Tariff
- Return tariff
Out of the province: From 1 to 6 Days is +/-0.15 CUC/km. More than 7 Days is +/-0.10 CUC/km
On the Same Province: +/-0.20 CUC/km.
Drop off at another agency than the agency one picked up the car: 10.00 CUC
The cars must be dropped off at the same hour they will be picked up, an extra will be added for each late hour, till the 4th hour, when the price for a full day (at a grater value than the contracted one) will be added.
Airports next to UTE
Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport was built in 1989 and inaugurated by Fidel Castro, thus replacing the old Varadero airport located in Santa Marta, currently known as Kawama Airport. The airport was named after a journalist, fighter for the Cuban Independence and black rights activist in Cuba Juan Gualberto Gómez (1854–1933). The terminal building has shops for tourists (including rum, cigars, T-shirts, books, carvings, pharmaceuticals), a large departures lounge cafeterias and a VIP lounge. A VIP card is available by paying $30/person to the local tour company representative. This allows the departing passenger to bypass the queues for check-in, have an agent take your departure tax to the correct official for you, and bypass any lines for passport control. The passenger is then taken to the VIP lounge which provides free food and drink (including alcoholic beverages). The ground handling equipment is imported mainly from North America. There are four jet bridges, but air stairs are used for the remaining aircraft parking spaces on the apron by the terminal. Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport (IATA: VRA, ICAO: MUVR), formerly known as Varadero Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Varadero), is an international airport serving Varadero, Cuba and the province of Matanzas. The airport is located closer to the city of Matanzas than to Varadero. The closest airport to Varadero is Kawama Airport. In 2009, the airport handled 1.28 million passengers, making it the second busiest airport in Cuba after José Martí International Airport in Havana.
Car rental offices next to UTE
Aeropuerto Internacional Varadero Car rental office
Aeropuerto Internacional de Varadero
045253630Aeropuerto Varadero Car rental office
Aeropuerto Interncional de Varadero
045667539Aeropuerto Varadero Car rental office
Carretera a Regalito, km 5, Carbonera
045614783Blau Marina Palace Car rental office
Carretera Las Morlas Final. Punta Hicacos Varadero
045667021Calle 30 Car rental office
Calle 30 entre segunda y Autopista Sur, Varadero
- Hotels next to Varadero Beach
- UTE is located in Varadero Beach
Located on the northernmost part of the island of Cuba, Varadero Beach runs along the narrow Hicacos Peninsula for 22 Km (over 13.5 miles). It has a wide strip of fine, white sand that slopes gently into the sea, whose warm, clear waters encompass an incomparable range ofblues.,Varadero began to be developed as a summer vacation resort in the 1940s, but it was not until the last ten years that its network of hotels and other facilities was given an unprecedented boost. Its tourist offer was both diversified and upgraded.
Its main attraction has always been its marvelous beach, but this is not all it has to offer. You can explore its caves and escarpments, a necklace of virgin keys that are easy to get to and the carefully preserved natural landscape at the northeastern end of the peninsula. In addition, Cárdenas, the nearby city of Matanzas, the Zapata Peninsula and the San Miguel de los Baños Spa offer cultural, historic and naturalattractions.
Varadero's Plaza America Conference Center has all the facilities needed for conferences and incentive tourism.
Varadero is a free port and has exceptionally good conditions for scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, yachting and other water sports.You can access Cuba's most visited beach by road. The world-famous resort is 130 kilometers east of Havana. You can also travel by plane, landing at Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport, on the road that links the city of Matanzas with Varadero.
In addition to traditional sun and beach offers, Varadero has an amphitheater at the entrance to the resort, where major international events have been held.
Facilities for congresses are complemented by the Plaza America Convention Center. You can also enjoy archeological attractions like Ambrosio's Cave and the Musulmanes (Muslims) Cave.
In addition, the Varadero Golf Club, designed by architect Les Furber, chairman of the Canadian company Golf Design Services is located in Peñas de San Bernardino. The golf course combines different styles, including classical, with broad streets limited by trees, and wide and unprotected greens.
The complement to the golf course is the Club House, where players meet after a golf session. The Xanadu Mansion, as it is called, was designed by architects Cavarrocas and Govantes in 1927.
On your way to the beach, on the left bank of the Canímar River, you will find the Tropicana Matanzas Cabaret, a version of the world-famous Tropicana Cabaret in Havana.
Dozens of restaurants and cafeterias of different categories are available in the resort area, offering a wide range of gastronomic offers, including popular fast food, seafood and delicacies from Cuban and international cuisine.
Some 14,000 rooms are available for vacationers who visit the resort. They are distributed in two-, three-, four- and five-star hotels, many of which are run by foreign companies.
One of the newest establishments is the Princesa del Mar Hotel, which is owned by the Cuban chain Gaviota and offers more than 400 rooms equipped with all the amenities demanded by today's tourism industry.
Families and couples can stay at the Barceló Solymar Beach Resort, the first hotel run by the Spanish group Barceló in Cuba.
The oldest logging facility in the world-famous beach resort, the Varadero Internacional Hotel, founded in 1950, is a traditional six-story compact building featuring an architectural design from the 1950s.
Varadero's seabed is home to more than 40 kinds of corals, hundreds of species of fish, lobsters, shrimps, crabs and turtles, and more than 70 kinds of mollusks. ,
Marinas such as Chapelin, Dársena de Varadero and Gaviota guarantee excellent conditions and eans to go diving, including appropriate boats, trained personnel, diving centers, hyperbaric hambers and means of transportation in case of an emergency.
The main diving site in Varadero is known as Hoyo Azul Ojo del Mégano, a huge 70-meter-wide cave that is famous for its underwater walls, coral reefs and schools of multicolored fish.
In addition, the Cayo Piedras del Norte Marine Park, the first and only attraction of its kind, covers an area of nearly two square nautica miles