Pinar del Río is a nature lover’s paradise with two Biosphere reserves, Sierra del Rosario and the Península of Guanahacabibes as well as an UNESCO World Heritage Site; El Valle de Viñales (Valley of Viñales).
Hotel Cayo Levisa, located on a small, paradisiacal island of the same name off the northern coast of Pinar del Río province, is a prime scuba destination. Its pristine white sands also attract beach lovers.
For a true tropical getaway, Villa Cabo de San Antonio on Las Tumbas, one of Cuba’s prettiest, least-frequented beaches, is unsurpassed. The flora and fauna here, on land and under water, are attractions in and of themselves.
You’d have to be a bird to have a better view of spectacular Viñales Valley. Hotel La Ermita, perched over one of Cuba’s most impressive natural landscapes, provides comfortable accommodation and easy access to area sights.
With a giant tree growing straight through the lobby and a clever design which brings the outdoors in, Hotel Moka is one of Cuba’s most charming and unique properties. Intimate, romantic, and fun, it makes for a memorable stay.
A lovely getaway in Viñales Valley, the Rancho San Vicente combines comfortable accommodation with a peaceful natural setting. Staying here puts you in the heart of one of Cuba’s most unique landscapes.
A modest hotel set in one of Cuba’s most lavish natural settings among the Sierra del Rosario, Hotel Soroa makes a great escape from whatever ails you. Renowned for its orchid garden, visitors enjoy hiking, horseback riding and bird watching here.
A horse farm located only 15km from Pinar del Río city, the Finca La Guabina is surrounded by mountains, valleys and a lagoon. If you’re looking for a slower pace in a tranquil rural atmosphere, this is it.
One of Cuba’s premier dive areas, María la Gorda is on the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Marked by meticulous preservation and abundant flora and fauna, it’s a popular destination for nature lovers as well as divers.
The Hotel Mirador de San Diego was built in the 1950s for spa-goers taking the nearby mineral waters, renowned for its medicinal properties. Today, visitors head here for natural spa treatments and hiking.