Malecón Habanero, one of the most popular avenues in all of Havana. One of the main symbols of the Cuban capital beyond its borders. The Malecón runs along the north coast of the city and extends from the Castillo de la Punta, at the entrance of the bay, to the Chorrera, the mouth of the Almendares River. It covers a total of about 7 kilometers.
Ideal place at the time of sunset, which is removed by the northwest and provides spectacular views to all those who visit. Between the Malecón and the sea there is a wide sidewalk and a wall along its entire length. To this wall come the multitudes of young people, and not so young, both day and night, some to fish, others to fall in love or, simply, to escape from the daily routine. In the summer, among other activities, we can enjoy the colorful carnival of Havana.