Playa de Siboney
A mix of sand and stones, Playa de Siboney is known for its relaxed laid-back atmosphere. Located to the east of Santiago de Cuba on the island’s southern coastline, it sits in a small inlet in the coast close to the Museo Granjita de Siboney.
Arching around its Caribbean waters for around 100 yards, it is bookended by sea walls, although some strong waves do still come ashore. Most of the rentable umbrellas and beach chairs are found on the wider, western side of Playa de Siboney, while its entire length is edged by grassy parkland.
A good swimming spot, it is watched over by lifeguards at popular times of year, when it can get crowded. Facilities include restrppms and spots to enjoy food and drink. The snorkelling and scuba diving is also highly rated.
- Diving & snorkelling
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