Enjoy an incredible vacation between the caves, trails and cenotes
Villa Cabo de San Antonio can be found at the north-western end of the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, just 3 km from the rock supporting the Roncali Lighthouse, surrounded by lush vegetation and the sea. The Guanahacabibes Peninsula is a region that remains largely untouched and was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1987. It includes a number of ecological trails and has a wide variety of endemic flora and fauna, caves, ravines, casimbas, lagoons and cenotes that never cease to amaze visitors.
Accommodation, a la carte meals, a snack bar with Cuban and international drinks, daytime and evening activities, a beautiful, unspoilt 8 km beach and marine and fishing activities in the nearby Marina San Antonio, bookings for excursions to the nature reserve and an attentive and professional staff all make the hotel a wonderful refuge in the western tip of Cuba.