Book flights to Varadero (VRA) with Eurowings for as little as EUR 179.99*.
* Basic fare (one-way) unless indicated otherwise – there are surcharges for checking in luggage. Fare per leg and per person. Limited seat availability.
Varadero (VRA) is one of the most popular beach locations in Cuba. It is located in a protected region of the same name on the Hicacos peninsula along the northern coast, about 120 km from the capital of Havana. The beach offers more than 20 km of fine, white sand and crystal blue water, making it one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean. The town of Varadero (VRA) itself has about 10,000 inhabitants and a long and colorful history. Numerous international hotels and magnificent tourist amenities make the peninsula a jewel of a location for any vacation. There are entertainment and recreation options in Varadero (VRA) to suit every need with the promise of everything from long Cuban nights full of dancing to plenty of fun with the whole family. Varadero (VRA) is also the ideal starting point for a tour throughout Cuba.
In addition to idyllic beaches, Varadero (VRA) offers a fascinating history still reflected in the cityscape. Originally home to Native Americans, the peninsula served as both a port for Spaniards to repair ships and a pirate hideout. In the 19th century, Cuban hacienda owners and wealthy Americans began to construct stately beachside villas and tourism began. The most famous villa owner in Varadero (VRA) was without a doubt Al Capone, who only used his property to store smuggled goods. The building can be toured and now houses a restaurant as well. Now that Cuba has once again opened its doors to international tourism, foreigners have the chance to experience this unique blend of Cuban lifestyle and historical charm.
Book your flight to Varadero (VRA) now and enjoy the impressive natural wonders above and below the water's surface. Dive or snorkel with tortoises, sharks and rays and explore old shipwrecks and colorful coral reefs. On land mysterious caves await you, some of them boasting ancient cave paintings, as well as unspoiled forests famous for their wealth of bird species. The Dolphinarium of Varadero (VRA) lets visitors get closer than ever to these friendly sea mammals. The land crabs that call the peninsula home are another attraction; when the rainy season begins, they can cover the entire region.