You get two hotels for the price of one at the Sol Río de Luna & Mares, Guardalavaca. The complex is made up of sister hotels, the Luna and the Mares, and guests can use the facilities of both - meaning you get double the holiday. As if that wasn’t enough, the hotel has two aces up its sleeve when it comes to location. Firstly, it’s at the heart of Bahia de Naranjo Natural Park. Secondly, it’s on Playa Esmeralda, one of Cuba’s best-looking beaches, so it’s no surprise it lays on a wide choice of water sports, including windsurfing and catamaran trips.
This colourful property faces out to sea and offers a wealth of facilities in gloriously secluded surroundings. Offering spacious rooms and frequent entertainment, there's something for everyone at Sol Rio de Luna & Mares Resort. Laze the days away on the beach - with its postcard-perfect white sands and jewel-green water, it's the ideal setting for both sunbathing and snorkelling.
Dining needs are covered courtesy of the 7 restaurants, so whether you fancy French, Italian or even Mexican, you’ll find them all on the menu. The more active guests should visit the coral reefs which teem with exotic clownfish and groupers – and with high-visibility waters, you can't miss them. If you want to dive deeper, offshore you’ve got caves and wrecks to explore, and . Or, you could even go deep-sea fishing – friendly, professional crews will show you how to land tuna, sailfish and snapper.
Sitting quietly on Cuba’s northeast coast, Guardalavaca mixes old world charm with new world luxury. Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, the town’s palm-fringed golden beaches have the texture of Cuba’s famous sugar.