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CUBA’S BEST BEACHES
Twelve years ago Rosa Jordan and Derek Choukalos set out to cycle the entire coast of Cuba. Afterwards they wrote Lonely Planet’s Cycling Cuba, the first-ever guide to bicycling around that beautiful island—the largest in the Caribbean. Naturally many queries about cycling in Cuba followed; however, the couple got even more questions from Cuba-bound travelers wanting to know which were the island’s “best beaches.”
Some who asked that question were looking for a beach with all the bells and whistles of a resort. Some were interested in beaches where they could stay with Cubans and get a real sense of island culture. And some were searching for a beach off the beaten path, rarely visited by locals and little known to foreigners. Beach lovers not only wanted to know the locations of the best beaches in those categories, but wanted information on how to get there, where they could stay, and what there was to do in the area, on the water and off.
That’s how Cuba’s Best Beaches came to be written. Descriptions of more than 30 beaches (all visited once or many times by the authors) let travelers know what they can expect to find at Cuba’s best resort beaches, as well as the best beaches for a cultural experience, and the best ones for simply getting away from it all.
by marcos de particuba of cubacasas.net
by John Abbotsford