If you enjoy the sea, either for swimming or for diving, one of your best options in Havana is this marina. Here there is a ... More
If you enjoy the sea, either for swimming or for diving, one of your best options in Havana is this marina. Here there is a chance to go snorkeling around a coral reef, or scuba diving in deep-sea waters (provided, of course, you have an international diving license and have taken an introductory diving course). Otherwise, you could go sailing either in a crewed yacht or by yourself on a hired boat. Another recommended possibility is a "seafaris" adventure: maritime excursions with a specialist guide in water sports.
Located in an old convent dating back to 1734, this is a combination of both museum and church. The spacious
building itself is a wonderful example of 18th century architecture, with a display that includes many old paintings, some ...
This marina offers all quayside services: drinking water, radio, electricity, maintenance, repairs and fuel. There are two sailing ships, seven
fishing yachts, and two yachts for excursions with overnight service on board and deep sea trolling. There are motor ...
The pleasant Havana Arts Centre (Centro Cultural Habana) is a good place to buy Cuban music tapes, souvenirs, handicrafts, books
about the island and postcards. You may take a break in their small cafeteria, which serves a selection of ...