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January 15, 2004
Varadero Island is 23 kilometres long. It is a closed enclave for Western tourists with recently created hotels. The majority of hotels are "all-inclusive" and visitors have many options to enjoy the beaches, Atlantic Ocean, the island, and the sun at their designated hotel.
Varadero Island is Cuba's largest and fastest developing resort. Separated by a partially man-made canal from the rest of Cuba. This 23km-long island offers many beautiful beaches and shallow waters to be enjoyed by visitors. The man-made canal made Varadero Island into a tourist ghetto from which most Cubans are effectively barred.
To view more of my photos, go to Varadero, Beaches west of Calle 20, Images from Varadero, Cuba, and Varadero, "Hard Working Day on the Beach".
From journal View on Cuba from Varadero
by Liken D Sun
January 26, 2003
From journal Best beaches yet