Varadero - Interesting Places

Cave of Ambrosio Autopista Sur, Varadero, Matanzas

Discovered in the 1960s, this cave contains aboriginal drawings of concentric circles and other pre-Columbian symbols, thought to be more than 3,000 years old, that reveal the customs of the area’s indigenous population, located in the Varahicacos natural park. The primitive pictographs and carsic formations in the Cave of Ambrosio are surprising. The first one is a 250-meter-long cave with five interconnected galleries. To get to the cave entrance, you must follow a shady path 300 meters (990 feet).

Delfinario Varadero (dolphin sea-quarium) Delfinario, kilómetro 11 de Autopista Sur, Varadero

For a pleasant break from the beach, you can watch a troupe of acrobatic dolphins show off their tricks in a 35-minute show. These lovable creatures are capable of performing amazing jumps and balancing acts, but also pose beside visitors for photographs. You can also get in the water if you want to dive in and swim with the dolphins.

Casa del Ron Calle 63 y 1ra. Ave.,Varadero, Matanzas

The House of Rum is the ideal place for trying Cuban rums, along with a real Habano cigar. You can also learn about the history and the production process of the “happy son of sugar cane”.

Josone Park Calle 1ra. e/ 56 y 59, Varadero, Matanzas

This park is an oasis of calm stretching over nine hectares, so considered by many to be its green lung. It was a private residence and resting place of José Fermín Iturrioz Llaguno, an influencing person in the Arrechavala Company, and his wife, Onelia Méndez Rubí. The name Josone is the result of joining the first letters of José and Onelia, as an expression of the love for one another. In it coexist natural, historical, architectural, cultural, floral and ornithological values. It boasts an artificial lagoon and several restaurants.

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