Feel the wind in your hair as you cruise the Malecón, or take a jaunt to one of the unique enclaves in and around Havana, from serene Miramar to the quaint fishing village where Hemingway moored his boat.
The Malecón Sea Drive
No visit to Havana is complete without a cruise along the famous seaside boulevard leading from Old Havana to the bustling neighborhood of Vedado. A gorgeous drive at any time of the day, it's quite spectacular at sunset.
Just east of Havana lies Cojimar, where Ernest Hemingway kept his boat, El Pilar. The town served as the model for the fishing village in The Old Man and the Sea.
Miramar and Beyond
Venture west down Av Quinta (Fifth Avenue) for a glimpse of this leafy residential area. Continue on past the exclusive Club Habana to Marina Hemingway, where you can go snorkeling, sailing and deep-sea fishing or book a seafari tour to the coral reef.
Havana Golf Club
Sneak in 9 holes at this lovely par-35 course.