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  • Hotel Villa Cabo San Antonio

    Villa Cabo San Antonio

    • Destination: Pinar del Rio
    • Address: Peninsula de Guanahacabibes.
    • Phone: (53 48) 757655
    • Accept child:Yes
    • Excellent 5 stars based on 20 reviews
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  • Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel Brief

    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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  • Room facilities
    110 volt power
    220 volt power
    air conditioning
    balcony or terrace
    hairdryer
    handicap facilities
    hot and cold running water
    minibar
    private bath
    Satellite TV
    telephone
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    • birdsofafeather1
      Diver_K
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Average Average

      “Beautiful beaches, but not much else at the moment ”
      The villas are clean and comfortable, the location is brilliant and there's a deserted white sand beach for at least a mile in either direction. No hotels, no holiday villas, in fact no buildings of any sort. When we were there the dive boat had broken down, the dive shop at the marina was shut up and reception had no idea when either would be available. There are also walks in the nature reserve advertised at reception. But, be prepared for an 80km round trip (in your car) if you want to take one. If you want peace and quiet on a remote tropical beach this place is unbeatable. But if you're looking to go diving, birdwatching or nature trekking you probably want to head for Maria la Gorda instead.

    • birdsofafeather1
      Cousinkk
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      “The meaning of remote, secluded, relaxing. ”
      Don't go here expecting night life and excitement. But do go to experience secluded beaches, livestock wandering the grounds, quiet atmosphere and relaxation. The accommodations are large, clean, have comfortable beds and hot water. Our cabin had a balcony from which we could see the Ocean. Food in the restaurant was good. We walked the beach and enjoyed swimming in the Ocean. we also walked the 3.3 km to the Marina early in the morning. Beware the the bugs are hungry at that time of day and bug spray doesn't seem to bother them.

    • birdsofafeather1
      baribalbear
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      “Awesome solitude experience ”
      Of course you need a car. This hotel is in the end of the world!. That´s the best part of the story. The closest inhabited "village" is more than 100 kms. away and all the road that takes you there is surrounded by jungle. Warning 1: It takes long to get there and you will see very very few other cars in your trip. How is still possible to find places like this in the 21st century? How long are they going to last in this virgin state? Not much, I´m afraid. You can really feel isolated there. You have a 6 kms. tropical beach just four yourself in front of your cabin. Not much else to do, that´s true. But perfect for a couple of days of total relax. Warning 2: Make the reservation in advance or most probably they (police) won´t let you enter the National Park Road (the last 60 kms. drive) and you could be forced to drive two hours back to civilization. The rooms (cabins) are really well equiped. Almost Luxury finish. Very good broad bed (in our case). But the rest of the facilities are average. Food was repetitive (all around Cuba, by the way) and I would say scarce (but we were unlucky to share restaurant with a group of 16 Russians who ate and drunk it all before our eyes!!!). Maybe this is the weakest point of the hotel. Warning 3: there is also a small ship-base 4 kilometers from the hotel where you can do scuba diving, sunset trips, etc... The crew is nice but they will try and try to sell you any kind of activity for a reasonable price. The prices are reasonable indeed, the activities are not really professional. You choose. As a whole: an original, lovely and unforgettable experience. If you have the time and also the guts to travel there.

    • birdsofafeather1
      Mersault
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      “lovely but take a car ”
      Our Canadian-style cabins with interlocking rooms were beautiful, large and clean with a good view across into the trees which led onto the beach. We were pretty much the only guests around, so we had the beach to ourselves. We turned up here in a cab expecting to be able to hire bikes and motos to get around as the location in the depth of a nature reserve is pretty remote. Unfortunately, the man who 'owned' the bikes and the scooters was not around. This was a major inconvenience: it meant we couldn't get out at night to see the turtles laying their eggs, had to walk in the heat to the marina to book our dives and only got a quick look at the beach on iguanas in the cab on the way back. Equally, without a car, there is only one place to eat: the hotel restaurant and while we were there their food stocks were a bit low! But, if you want to get off piste into the wild it is a fabulous location. Wild pigs wander with their babies, birds and butterflies abound, the sea is beautiful and, if you're into diving, the dives are meant to be among the best: there's a large wall which you can go down. My son saw a sleeping shark and a whole host of other less common fish, and the four of us got a whole swish catamaran to ourselves

    • birdsofafeather1
      Oranges99
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      “A long trip but worth it! ”
      We drove here from Vinales, a long way but a great drive and definitely worth it. The drive down the coast is great with loads of birds and different lizards to look at. When we went there were loads of crabs in the road which ran one way or another as we attempted to swerve around them. When you arrive you are met by smiling and helpful staff who really do love the resort. The cabins are spacious and clean and whilst dated are comfortable and some have great views through the trees to the beach. The resort is a bit spooky when you are the only ones there but seems to be popular with cubans at the weekend. There are loads of animals around, pigs, cows and cats as well as the crabs and millions of butterflies that fly down the beach. We saw woodpeckers, hummingbirds and numerous other birds and an iguana. The beach is stunning, White sand and warm clear water, the only draw back is the sand flies. We went for a run to Marina but were chased all the way there and back by bees which I really didn't like. The food is good, probably the best we had. The only thing I must mention is that whilst I had not booked, I had thought that I would dive here but the compressor was not working, so a little disappointing. I would check if you are planning to dive. It seems the same company also run the mountain bikes and mopeds which also did not work. Overall, a really relaxing place, a great drive to get there and lovely when you are there. The only draw back is the Mosquitos and sand flies and the bees if you go out of the resort.

    • birdsofafeather1
      barrigon
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      “Lowdown on Cabo San Antonio ”
      - Nice drive in along 45km of deserted roads with the ocean on one side and trees/palm/shrubs on the other side. Wildlife: deer, iguanas, snakes, "wild" cows and pigs - Rooms are large and luxurious especially after doing the casa thing for a while. First 2 rooms (1-2) are the best in terms of view and proximity to the beach however they should be avoided as they are right next to a generator that runs all night long - Restaurant: very average even in Cuban standards - bring your hot sauce. The marina might be a tad better. At least the mojitos are good. - Beach: beautiful, pristine and very isolated - you'll be the only one there. It is not the typical turquoise Caribbean beach as the sand is not as fine and white. Water gets deep very quickly and the beach is on a slant (ie: maybe not the best for small kids). Does not compare to the cayos. - bugs: yes, the micro-bugs come out at sunset and disappear shortly thereafter - destination: great end to a long trip to the point of the island - excursions are offered and seem interesting (boat to cayo, caverns, eco-treks) Say hello to mama and her 4 cerditos that roam the grounds

    • birdsofafeather1
      bumrigartiste
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      “Beautiful isolation ”
      To say this is a isolated location is an understatement! We drove for 45 minutes from the checkpoint at the edge of the national park and we only saw one iguana until the small village that supports the hotel! Beautiful scenery however all trips to the beach were seriously disturbed by the vicious sand fly population that seemed only mildly put off by smotherings of DEET. The rooms were stunning and very peaceful however the staff had mislaid our booking and after two days had to transfer us to the maria la gorda which was a much inferior hotel!

    • birdsofafeather1
      neb
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      “Remote beach cabins in nature reserve at western tip of Cuba ”
      Extremely remote beach accommodation at the western tip of Cuba. Amazingly detached from the rest of the world. Long Carribean beach. Well sized cabins with all you need. Perfect if you do not want the 'all-inclusive' style of beach holiday that seems to be taking over Cuba (eg. Veradero). Only things you can do are sunbake, swim and read. Make sure you get the hotel transfer to and from Havana to Maria La Gorda, then the connecting hotel bus out to Villa Cabo San Antonio. They could not offer us a transfer from Havana, so we were forced to catch the Viazul bus to Pinar del Rio (12CUC), then a taxi (old Lada rustbucket!) for 3 hours to Cabo San Antonio (90CUC!!!!!) An adventurous ride! We may have been ripped off here, I heard others were offered 60CUC for the same taxi ride. PROS: - Remote location, far from everywhere! Absolutely relaxed and peaceful environment. - Well sized villa's, with all mod cons. - Staff all lovely and helpful. CONS: - Killer SANDFLIES! Got >100 bites after my first session at the beach. Take industrial strength protectant, and DO NOT lie directly on the sand. Use the beach chairs, which still does not guarantee you won't get attacked! A BIG problem. - Poor insulation between each side of cabin means you hear everything in the adjoining room in your cabin. - Limited restaurant menu gets boring after ~4 days. Why weren't the villas and restaurant positioned on/overlooking the beach?????

    • birdsofafeather1
      HHunting1260
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “A real jewel, still hidden!!, especial for divers and nature lovers”
      If you are a nature & diver lover, Villa Cabo San Antonio is the place for you. Although is located at 370 km from Havana, in the northwest part of Cuba, at the very, very end of Guanahacabibes Peninsula in Pinar del Rio is worth the trip. The last 60 km are through lush vegetation and pure nature. And then you will be welcome by a wonderful, friendly staff that will made you feel at home The Villa has 16 cottages made of wood, but with the comfort of a 3 or a 4 star Cuban Hotel, rooms with private bathrooms, air conditioning, safe deposit box (extra cost), telephone service, mini bar, Satellite television, cool and hot water (the water can be really hot so please be careful to let the tap closed on the cool water side) And about. The diving center is well equipped and it is at about 4 km from the reception of Villa Cabo San Antonio, there you can find a snack bar, a shop and a medical post. They have 27 diving places. For accompanying persons (like myself) they offer excursions to visit places on the area and the spectacular beach where you can really relax and forget all the stress. I do really recommend it!!. But please if you are looking for other type of entertainment this is not the place for you.

    • birdsofafeather1
      mjtilley
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “5 nights of Peace ”
      After a long and bumpy journey and managing to get pass check point charlie, reservation, passports required, the father of the taxi driver was not allowed in as in the guards words "there is no reason for him to pass" so he had to wait over two hours for his son to return to pick him up (it is about 60kms from the check point). We encountered 5 iguanas on the road which was amazing and a few crabs on their journey to the sea. you arrive to another barrier and a hotel worker checking entry, The cabins are great very spacious and the beds are massive about 7ft, we had a cabin next to the restaurant, which was a tad noisy because of the air con units, but we had a ocean view so not grumbling. The staff were great and very friendly, restaurant needs to be a bit larger and painting, but the food was good although a bit pricey, this I suppose is due to the location! felt like we were on a remote island. There were scooters and a couple of bike, but there were not for hire just for show I think (excuse was the man who runs the business was not around, but a previous TripAdvisor reviewer in November also mentioned this,it was a great shame because it would have been great to explore a bit, so we did a lot of walking, to the Marina, and lighthouse, and along the 6km beach, and encountered lots of wildlife, but you had to pick the times right as there was not a lot of shade. I was well armed with insect repellant, apart from Deet (I took natural repellants) nothing worked, but having said that I could have been bitten alive if I had not sprayed, extremely small biting insects called flying teeth were the worst. The wild pigs and their babies were very amusing, cows wandering around the beach, it was all amazing. The sea beautiful and very clean beach, lots of shells to look for. We had a sunset trip on the hotels catamaran - we were the only passengers, and two great crew - who went out of their way to make it special - thanks guys.

    • birdsofafeather1
      mmduny
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “The best vacacion ever ”
      This is a Fenomenal and beautifull place a must visit place, is far from the city but must see, the food in the restaurant is ok, not great but ok, need repelent for the mosquitos, very nice white sand and clear water,

    • birdsofafeather1
      Mad_Carew
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “WoW! - with caution”
      We wanted a beach element to our holiday in Cuba and when we saw this on the internet we said yes please. To 8 days worth. The people who sold us the holiday tried to talk us out of it, the people running the other hotel we stayed at said we were mad and the receptionist looke at us like we were carazy when she saw how long we stayed for. HOWEVER. peace and quiet, beautiful and amazing should be described by this place in the dictionaries of the world. The journey there is not short, about 2 hours after the last inhabited village on the road, but the journey is all your own, except for the wildlife, 4 foot lizards, land crabs, birds of every hue and butterflies by the billion, and no that is not hyperbole. The accommodation is simple but very good, and the only 15 rooms for 40 miles. THe resteraunt/bar/breakfast room is only half the size of half a tennis court but the food is simple and very very good. The staff are excellent and still react to Brits like we are some strange species. Please remember this is the very tip of Cuba, there are only 15 rooms for over an hours drive and there are no night clubs but go with the right attitude and there is no where better to relax. Don't miss a dinner down at the marina, there is scuba diving, snorkling and a catameran that you can go out on. The beaches go on for miles, the wildlife is exotic, the birds are not afraid and the crabs are a delight. Take everything you need - or could need for the only shop down at the Marina has only the basics. If you want to get away from it all then this is place for you!. Other people may mention the sand flies and yes a little annoying but not hte end of the world, but in may a place where the thunderstorms are brilliant, the fireflies enchanting and the relaxation - perfect. Ow and WOW the butterflies, BILLIONS!!! -

    • birdsofafeather1
      FernwehReturns
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “Total seclusion ”
      Total private seclusion at the most western point of Cuba! We wanted to spend a few days relaxing at the end of our trip, but got the impression that Cuba is full of all-inclusive resorts were you have to wear wristbands. Not here!! You should not come to this resor if you are looking for night-life, entertainment etc. Here all you can do is swim, read and relax. Hardly any guests at all, empty beach, nothing much to do in the near vicinity. The cabins are very large & spacious and surprisingly nicely decorated. The main building is not the most beautiful. Also if there are a few guests you need to be early for mealtimes to get an outside table. The food is reasonable enough. We loved our stay here and ended up extending it. Getting here Having read a few of the other reviews we were prepared for an adventurous trip, but it turned out not to be that bad: we had the local Vinales travel agent arrange an early morning mini-bus transfer to Maria La Gorda. You have to contact Cabo in advance to send a van to pick you up from La Gorda. Due to a mistake on our part there was no car waiting for us. Staff was very friendly and helped arrange a car to come and pick us up later in the day. So we ended up having lunch at La Gorda (ugly resort ? would not want to stay there). In the end we got a lift from some other travelers driving down to Cabo. Judging from the other reviews the road seems to have greatly improved and we had no trouble getting to Cabo. Tips: You cannot buy anything at Cabo. A few km away is a harbour were you might be able to buy sunscreen lotion, but that is about it. You need cash to pay at the restaurant. There is no internet connection. There is no mobile phone reception. There is a card-payphone, however you can not purchase phone cards here (they did not even have any at La Gorda to send over). As you can read in the other reviews the sand flies are ferocious, but if you apply strong deet you should be alright. They remain a little unpleasant, but would certainly not be enough of a reason to stay away. Are you heading from here back to Havana before you fly out again? Consider this alternative: book yourself a room at the lovely Mokka hotel ? in the middle of nature but only about 45 min drive from the airport (see my review). La Gorda will arrange a cab that will pick you up at a crossing where the bus from La Gorda will drop you. (If you ask La Gorda to book at Mokka for you, get the reservation confirmation number)

    • birdsofafeather1
      JelDek
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “Superb ending of our Cuba Trip ”
      After visiting Havana, Trinidad, Cienfuegos and Vinales, my partner and I booked 4 nights in Villa Cabo San Antonio to relax before getting back to Belgium. I've must say, this was our best choice we've could made. After a beautiful drive of 55km in the national park (since two months, with a decent road to get there), seeing ship wrecks, nice beaches and lots of animals, we arrived at the hotel. The rooms (I strongly advice the rooms with a beach view - extra cost of 5 CUC/day) were very cozy but still spacious with high ceilings, made of wood, are very clean and the beds are really king-size beds. The food is - compare to different hotels - good and the staff threat you very good. I really would recommend the seafood and for lunch, the best Cuban sandwiches. The beach in front of the hotel was the first day a little bit rough, but when it cleared up, it was amazing. I can't say anything negative about this isolated place in Cuba, except that you'll have to bring a spring against mosquitos because there are a lot of them there.

    • birdsofafeather1
      merTrip
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “Best beach holiday I've ever been in - worth every bump on the road ”
      It was exactly as I had imagined my perfect beach holiday to be: remote and stunning. The cabins were absolutely amazing, the beach was only for us, the service were friendly and very helpful, the food was far better than anywhere else in Cuba. Highly recommended. The journey there is quite long from Havana, it took me about 8 hours of solid driving. We hired a car with Cubacar in La Terminal de Cruceros in Havana, who were very very helpful and gave us a good quality road map, although we also had the Rough Guide map to Cuba with us. Driving there was a bit of a pain, as directions are not as well indicated as the loyalty to Fidel. Being a native speaker I was able to ask for directions quite easily. Reading reviews of "helpful" locals jumping on your car to guide you when asking for directions, I thought that locals were going to be friendly and open....not really, it was clear that locals were not getting in your car to help with directions, but to get driven to wherever they were going, which may or may not be in the same direction as you are going so... if you do need to ask someone, make sure you ask someone that is walking in the opposite direction to the one you think you want to go. I did find helpful people, a boy in Pinar del Rio took his bike to ride it in front of our car to show us the way as there was a street party and the streets were blocked. Once you get to the Península de Guahanacabibes, which is a natural parc, it's a good hour an a half before you get to the hotel. Be careful with crazy (and huge) iguanas running in front of your car, wild pigs and wild cows. It will all be worth it :)

    • birdsofafeather1
      d0rmie
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “Paradise”
      We stayed here for 2 nights during our 3 week road cuba road trip and absolutely loved it. Although the drive from Havana is long (9 hours with a couple of lengthy wrong turns) and sometimes tortuous, the rewards make it worthwhile. It is extremely remote... We had the whole place to ourselves for 2 nights and it felt like the staff had not seen any other human life for a few weeks. given the service and attentiveness shown to us. My wife is not particularly fond of wildlife, however she put this behind herself and enjoyed every minute (even although we encountered hundreds of crabs, lizards, wild boar, iguanas, a snake and what looked like a scorpion). Do not let this put you off as the location really is idyllic. The beach is the best we have visited and we had this to ourselves for 2 days. The snorkelling is great and definately recommended. Cabins were obviously new with all necessary facilities available. Food in the restaurant was excellent. In summary, a great place to stay and chill out for a couple of days. P.S. Beware of the sandflies. Smother yourself in DEET before getting out of the car as I was hit rapid by about 60 of them in the space of 60 seconds.....

    • birdsofafeather1
      jojo27
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “Remote getaway for those who appreciate nature ”
      As the other reviewers say this place really is worth the extensive journey to reach!! The trip from Pinar del Rio took approximately 4.5 hours, the road up to the hotel is 59 km, of which the last 30 km are on pretty rocky roads, so just drive carefully and be mindful that this is a UNESCO protected biospehere, so there are animals that come close to the road, We were blessed to see a few iguana lizards on the way to the hotel!!! The hotel consists of 16 wooden cabins that are spacious, comfortable , well decorated and have huge double beds! They are also thankfully air conditioned!! The beach is a few metres walk away, and to answer a previous reviewers question, the primary reason that the cabins are not on the beach is because this is a protected nature reserve, of which the beach is part of and is home to turtles nesting in the months of May! The beach is as described almost virgin, so don't expect a manicured beach with luxury sun loungers like those found in other areas, but the beach is nonetheless spectacular. The sandflies are savage and contrary to the books are out in the daylight hours!! Just be careful if you're taking shade under the trees and use strong protectant, ideally one containing DIMP or DEET. There is a small bar and restaurant there which serves nice food and drinks but when the place is full it can be hard to get a table. The team working there are friendly and personable and offer good service. They made such an effort for my birthday which was very thoughtful. We would definetely recommend this place and feel that it is well worth the ardous trip back and forth!

    • birdsofafeather1
      dompelican
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “Loved it ”
      What a fantastic place to stay. We had it to ourselves for 48 hours with a lovely Carribean beach...priceless. At its busiest there were 17 people staying. It was quiet. The bed was HUGE. The staff were predominantly lovely and helpful. There is a complete staff change every Monday to confuse matters though. Food is very limited if you are a veggie - bring marmite and peanut butter. I managed to survive for a week. As with all things in Cuba, never take no for an answer... Weather, beach and sea were fantastic. The wooden cabins were lovely too. Couldn't recommend it more if you want total peace and quiet. All there is to do is read and swim. Don't come here if you want activities, or even good snorkelling. Go to Maria La Gorda. Transfer from Havana is tortuous but the sights are amazing. Would probably get the bus to there again, but cadge a lift back. The road up the penisula is incredible. Unlike any other landscape. Completely unspoilt. Would recommend and wouldn't hesitate in going back. Oh, and if you can pick it up in Havana, take your own wine, loads of insect repellent for the sandflies, and the cigarillos will go quiet if you play them Aerosmith or The Damned (not too keen on A-Ha either). Enjoy the stars on the beach, and watch out for the land crabs. Please contact me if you want more information.

    • birdsofafeather1
      jamesward
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Excellent Excellent

      “Amazing - when you finally get there! ”
      We travelled to this hotel by car from Havana in one day and were doing OK until we reached a town called La Fe where we discovered our first pucture. This was before we had even reached the peninsula, which is invaded by thousands of tyre-slashing land crabs! Anyway, there is a great repair service at the fork where you can turn left towards (the better known) Maria La Gorda or right to the Cabo de San Antonio. So, trye fixed, off we went. The crabs were enough of a worry, but after about 30km the tarmac ended, and we found ourselves on a rocky, holey, dirt track for the remainder of the journey. Two hours later, with no roadsigns to reassure you that you are on the right track, we finally arrived. But what a place! It really was worth it. Newly built in 2006, the wooden 'chalet'-style accommodation is spacious, comfortable, air-conditioned and surprisingly stylish. The bathroom is great, each chalet has a balcony out front, many with a sea view. The small development (only 16 chalets) is beautifully landscaped and planted. There is only one place to eat - at the hotel restaurant. And the food is great - especially given the distance to the nearest town. There is lots of fresh fruit and salad available along with the standard Cuban menu of chicken, pork, prawns, etc. The beach is great. Lovely fine sand and virtually nobody else to disturb you. Just one point though - there is no lifeguard so weak swimmers may want to be careful about how far they swim out. Feel free to contact me for more info about this great destination - it was a wonderfully different experience in what was, for my partner and me, a great fortnight in amazing Cuba.

    • birdsofafeather1
      John
      Review about Villa Cabo San Antonio Hotel
      Very good Very good

      the sea is blue and warm
      Villa Cabo San Antonio is in the extreme north-eastern part of the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, only 3 kilometres from the solid rock where the Roncali lighthouse stands, surrounded by sea and jungle.