Varadero Cliff Beach Cove

The Sol Palmeris was the resort we stayed at in Varadero. Right next to us was the lovely Meliá Varadero (shown in the background) but, like in Hawaii, the beach along all of the resorts is open to explore. My son Christopher and I noticed that there were people swimming in front of the rocky shoreline located in front of the Meliá, so we decided to check it out, and were we ever glad we did. In front of these small cliffs were shaded swimming areas with small caves and under-croppings between the rocks and the ocean where we could swim, lounge in the water, or snorkel. It was beautiful, and became a favourite place to escape the sun while still enjoying the perpetually warm Varadero waters. Click to see a larger version of this image.
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Mark Iocchelli is an Edmonton, Alberta, Canada fine art photographer specializing in images of the Canadian prairies, urbex (urban exploration), rural decay, homesteads, abandoned farm houses, barns, automobiles and machinery. Signed, limited edition prints of the images you see here are available upon request.

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