With the relaxing of travel restrictions for Americans to the Caribbean nation of Cuba, travel to this island for my own personal relaxing has been on my mind a lot lately. While the documentation of beach bars has proven a little difficult, one aspect of this nation has not – it’s most popular beach. Located about 75 miles east of Cuba, Varadero Beach pokes itself into Bahia de Cardenas like a stick thing finger, seemingly protecting the bay from the open water in the Straits of Florida. Already lined with resorts catering to those who don’t carry a US passport, pics of the beach at Varadero are enticing enough to make the hassle of getting there worth it. Now I just need to figure out how to get there.
To download the high resolution version of the image above, head on over to the Wallpapers page and be sure to check out the Facebook page for our “Beach pics of the day” posts. Vote for your favorite by “liking” the photo and each week, we’ll post the winning image and a high resolution image of it for your viewing and downloading pleasure … but it will only be available for one week.
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