In the far northwest of the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, just 3 miles from the bedrock in which Roncali Lighthouse stands, surrounded by an environment of exuberant vegetation and the sea, lies the Villa Cabo San Antonio. The Guanahacabibes Peninsula is a region with a great part of its extension largely untouched and which has the status of a Biosphere Reserve approved by UNESCO since 1987. It has an environment with ecological paths, a wide variety of endemic flora and fauna, caves, cracks, casimbas, lagoons and cenotes (in Mexico, caves with water underground) that amaze the visitors. This villa offers accommodation, meals a la carte, snack bar with national and international drinks, day and night activities, 8 kilometers of a beautiful and unspoiled beach and service of marine, fishing and contemplative diving activities in the nearby Marina Cabo San Antonio; there's also sale of excursions within the nature reserve and a friendly and professional hotel staff that make the hotel a wonderful shelter in the westernmost corner of Cuba.
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