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  • Vinales - Varadero Beach

    Private transfer / 1-2 Persons

    Direct transfer Vinales - Varadero Beach in a Private Taxi with Transtur Company. The estimate distance is KM.

    Total price: $$348 One way Book Add to Cart
  • Distance from Vinales to Varadero Beach, KM
    How much a taxi cost from Vinalesto Varadero Beach, 348 $
  • Vinales

    Western Cuba, a favorite destination for visitors interested in nature tourism, has the Viñales Valley, whose origin dates back to more than 300 million years ago, as an attraction par excellence to enjoy that tourist modality. According to experts, the Viñales Valley is an exceptional scenery, in which its unique nature and the preservation of the environment blend with the agricultural work of men and women, especially in tobacco fields.

    Covering an area of 132 square kilometers, the Viñales Valley is also the most outstanding exponent of a chalky valley in the Antilles, and is surrounded by "mogotes", which are hills with round tops and vertical slopes. According to experts, the valley's flora is closely linked to its ancient past, since it holds 17 endemic varieties that cannot be found anywhere on Earth, including the cork palm (Microcycas calocoma), which is considered a living fossil from the Jurassic period.,

    The region's fauna is highly endemic, including birds like the bee hummingbirds (Calypte helenae), Cuban trogons or "tocororos" (Priotelus temnurus), cartacubas (Todus multicolor), nightingales (Myadestes elisabeth) and Cuban grassquits (Tiaris canora).The town of Viñales, in the heart of the valley, is a typical agricultural settlement whose main street is flanked by galleries of columns and red-tiled houses. The socio-historical development of the region contains elements and sites that characterize the Cuban people with antecedents from aborigines, African slaves and peasants. The unique features of the area's natural landscape surround all this.In one of the "mogotes", known as "Dos Hermanas" (Two Sisters), visitors can enjoy one of the world's biggest outdoors natural paintings, the so-called Mural of Prehistory. ,

    The Mural of Prehistory, which is 120 meters high and 180 meters wide, was painted on the slope of the aforementioned hill. It is a singular representation of the biological evolution of Sierra de los Organos, also in western Pinar del Río province.Experts recall that in order to paint the mural, the vegetal layer on the slope of Dos Hermanas had to be removed, while a score of local residents participated in the dangerous artistic work under the guidance of Cuban Professor Leovigildo González (deceased).

    The passage of time has failed to erase this breathtaking work of art, which attracts thousands of visitors every year, who come to enjoy the images of the plesiosaurus and the megalonus rodens, painted with singular ability on the hill's slope.
    In addition, the Viñales Valley has numerous caverns, among which Cueva del Indio (crossed by the San Vicente River), Cueva de San Miguel and Cueva de Santo Tomás stand out. The latter has been classified among the largest caverns in Latin America, with more than 45 kilometers of galleries.,

    The Viñales Valley, which was declared World Heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), is also Cuba's true Natural Monument and receives thousands of vacationers who want to be in direct contact with nature while they tour the Cuban archipelago.A large number of hotels in Pinar del Río province are in the Viñales Valley, where Los Jazmínes Hotel offers a wide range of options, including trails for ecotourism.Those trails are "The Road to the Mogotes", which begins at the hotel and leads to the depths of the valley, ending at the Mural of Prehistory; "Unsuspected Nature", in which travelers can enjoy the many species of birds inhabiting the region, and "The Secrets of the Underground World", in which Cueva de Santo Tomás stands out for its great archeological values.

    The hotel's amenities include air-conditioned rooms, sports facilities and outdoors activities.Another hotel is La Ermita, which offers the ecological tour "Wonders of Viñales", which consists of a walk to Sierra del Infierno to watch the local flora and fauna, especially birds, and take a close look of the cork palm.The hotel infrastructure of the Viñales Valley is complemented by the Rancho San Vicente Hotel, which is located near a spring of mineral-medicinal waters that became famous in the 19th century.

    Varadero Beach

    Varadero is the famoust beach in Cuba and one of the most important destinations in the Caribbean. Varadero is the main tourist destination of the country. Its total area is 14.4 km square and its most important natural potential is the beach that is 20 375 m long with a sand strip of around 22 km wide and an average dune height of 1 m.

  • Airports next to Varadero Beach
  • Varadero Airport

    Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport was built in 1989 and inaugurated by Fidel Castro,[3] 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).[4] 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,[2] making it the second busiest airport in Cuba after José Martí International Airport in Havana.

  • Car rental offices next to Varadero Beach
  • Aeropuerto Internacional Varadero

    Aeropuerto Internacional de Varadero
    045253630

    Aeropuerto Varadero

    Aeropuerto Interncional de Varadero
    045667539

    Aeropuerto Varadero

    Carretera a Regalito, km 5, Carbonera
    045614783

    Hotel kawama

    Calle 1ra. Reparto Kawama. Varadero
    045614574

    Hotel Acuazul

    Avenida 1ra y Calle 13. Varadero
    045614848

  • Restaurants next to Varadero Beach
  • Cuevas de Bellamar

    Finca Alcancia, Playa. Matanzas, Cuba
    (5345) 253538 25km 014m

    Cafe Atenas

    Calle Magdalena esq. a Milanes, Plaza de la Vigia. Matanzas, Cuba
    (5345) 253493 27km 502m

    Kiki's

    Ave. 1ra. y Calle 6, Varadero Beach. Cuba
    (5345) 614115 45km 200m

    Castel Nuovo

    1ra. Ave. y Calle 11, Varadero Beach. Cuba
    (5345) 667786 (5345) 667786 45km 467m

    Lai lai

    Ave. 1ra. y Calle 18, Varadero Beach. Cuba
    (5345) 667793 46km 022m

    La Vicaria

    Ave. 1ra. y Calle 38, Varadero Beach. Cuba
    (5345) 614721 47km 499m

    Bodegon Criollo

    Ave. Playa y Calle 40, Varadero Beach. Cuba
    (5345) 667784 47km 694m

    Antiguedades

    1ra y 56 Parque Josone Varadero. Cuba
    53 45 667329 48km 785m

    Dante

    Parque Josone, Varadero Beach. Cuba
    (5345) 667228 48km 806m

    Casa del Queso

    Ave. 1ra. y Calle 64, Varadero Beach. Cuba
    (5345) 667747 49km 151m