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.
If you know one thing about Cuba, you know that it produces some of the world’s finest tobacco. And nowhere is the tobacco finer than in the Vueltabajo region of Pinar del Río, for which this hotel is named.
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.