Hotel Melia Las Americas, All Inclusive hotel, offers 18-hole Golf courses , Adult only (guests aged 18 and over), is located a few steps away from the beach.
Situated adjacent to the Varadero Golf Club. Surrounded by lush gardens and boardering the beautiful white sandy beach.
Hundreds of thousands of tourists' come to Varadero, Cuba's leading tourist resort, each year, lured mainly by the over 18 km of white, sandy beaches. The calm, clear waters range in colour from turquoise to deep blue, a nice weather, little rain, and low humidity are among the conditions that make Varadero an ideal spot the year around.
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 of blues. The Peninsula is connected to the main land with a lift bridge.
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 natural attractions.
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.
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 nautical miles.