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Several yachts in the IYC Charter fleet have already enjoyed successful trips to the island and it is on the radar of many others, especially as previous restrictions of visiting ease up.
“Cuba is on our list of places to visit and it is just a matter of when, not if, we go,” says the owner of 46.9m (153’) The largest of the Caribbean islands, located just 145km off the US coast, little outside access over the last 50 years has meant Cuba remains both incredibly unspoiled and fascinating to outsiders in equal measure.
At night, musicians, gallivanting teenagers, lovers, and street vendors take to the Malecón for a chill hang or to drink rum and party to a mashup of breaking waves and eclectic beats.
Founded in 1728, University of Havana and its 60,000 students occupy a good chunk of central Havana.
The cays developed off shore, such as Cayo Piedras and Cayo Cruz del Padre are the westernmost part of the Sabana-Camaguey Archipelago.
Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport, situated west of the peninsula, is Varadero's airport.
But the truth remains that, even if Trump were to reverse Obama's easing of rules regarding travel to Cuba for American citizens (which I highly doubt will happen anytime soon), Cuba's appeal to all other foreign tourists around the world will not diminish in the least.
Ask any Cuban which countries contributed most to the democratization of music and they'll tell you, "the United States, Brazil, and Cuba." Visit the famous club La Zorra y El Cuervo, or just stop into the Association of Cuban Writers and Artists, and you might find a Grammy winner on the sax.
Beyond jazz, there's also amazing son music (think Buena Vista Social Club), trova (nuevo trova Cuban singer-songwriter Silvio Rodriguez is the Bob Dylan of every Latin American lefty's heart), danzón, and more.
It is the second-most-important airport of the island after José Martí Airport in Havana, and serves international and domestic flights.
The place was first used as a dry dock (Spanish: varadero) and the salt mines of the peninsula (closed in 1961) supplied most of the Spanish Latin America Fleet since 1587.