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Cabo de San Antonio

Cabo de San Antonio Lighthouse Cabo de San Antonio is located in  Guanahacabibes Península, municipality of Sandino, in Pinar del Río province, at 3 km away from the Roncali Lighthouse, and at 61km of La Bajada. During the year 1987, the United Nations for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) conferred to Guanahacabibes Península the category of Reserve of the Biosphere. On December 14, 2001 the National Park category was also approved for the total extension of 39 830 ha in Guanahacabibes, 23 880 ha are in land and the rest 15 950 ha constitute the marine area.

This marine zone is situated at South in the Reserve, from Jaimanitas (East of Cabo Corrientes) to Cabo San Antonio. While the terrestrial part is divided on 3 main areas: Cabo Corrientes, El Viral and Cabo San Antonio. It has also a narrow border of coastal line. There are valuable terrestrial and marine resources, as well as beautiful landscapes. In this territory bearly touched by men’s hands the visitor will be able to walk through ecological paths with a wide variety of endemic flora and fauna. There are other attractions such as exploring Paulino and La Sorda caves, enjoying a swim at Las Tumbas white sand beach, the finest beach in Cabo de San Antonio. This beach has a longitude of 4,5 square km and 400 m width. There are also aquatic activities such as fishing and tours.

Places to go:

  • Roncali Lighthouse
  • La Sorda Cave
  • Las Tumbas Beach
  • Morros de Piedras (Marine Bar)
  • Cayo Triste (Key)
  • Cayo de la Leña (Key)

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