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  • Havana: Playas del Este

    The Playas del Este (map) are Havana’s beaches, I find them simply fantastic. As far as I’m concerned they don’t need to be put behind the allegedly so beautiful Playas in Varadero. When the weather’s nice and during the summer, especially during weekends, they are well visited.Of course it’s not only tourists that go there, many Habaneros flee the heat of the city for a nice day down at the beach. Although the beach is pretty stony many Cubans visit Guanabo, it’s not like the other beaches with their fine light coloured sand.

    The Playas stretch over approx. 20 km, a straight line from the west towards the east. The first beach is near Bacuranao, which is 15 km from the Captolio in Havana (route). Here a list of six beaches in order:

    Bacuranao – Tarará – El Mégano – Santa Maria del Mar – Boca Ciega – Guanabo.

    Because of the tourists Santa Maria del Mar is more western style with regard to the hotel facility – among other things the Tropicoco can be found here – on the other hand Guanabo is more local style. I normally got off the bus at the Tropicoco to spend a few nice enjoyable hours.

    If you’re not really bothered about the beach and would prefer to spend your time making contact with chicas, then Guanabo is the place to try your luck. Here you will find one or the other bar where it’s possible to knock off some tart during daylight hours. The girls also know where to find illegal casas for little money. However, the bus doesn’t travel right up to Guanabo. On the other hand, in Santa Maria del Mar the police observe the beach with use of telescopes to make sure that nobody nicks anything – and to stop the Jineteras chatting men up; something that nobody is really worried about during peak hours…

    The other locations/beaches are smaller and more “comfy”. It’s also possible to get accommodation at the Playas. Apart from the many large hotel facilities there are also quite a few private casas. Everyone has to decide for themselves whether this is worth considering. Personally, I think it’s better to stay in the middle of Havana and if you fancy a day at the beach to travel there on the bus. If you do it the other way round you may get bored and if the weather’s bad, then you’re pretty much stuck. Apart from that, if you want to travel at night you’ll be stuck with having to get a taxi if you want go out for some fun, which will make things pretty expensive, that’s if you need one quite often.

    Published on May 28, 2017 · Filed under: Cuba, Cuba, Havana, Pictures;
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