Varadero's nominal green space and a wildlife reserve is about as 'wild' as New York's Central Park. Bulldozers have been chomping away at its edges for years. There are three underwhelming trails. Highlights are the Cueva de Musulmanes with its 2500-year-old human remains, followed by the giant cactus called El Patriarca, accessed from a different road several hundred meters further on again towards the peninsula tip.