Horizontes Cayo Levisa

Address: Carretera a Palma Rubia, Pinar del Rio, Cuba | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Carretera a Palma Rubia, Pinar del Rio.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHorizontes Cayo Levisa Pinar del Rio

Reviewed by nicolamichael

Beautiful beach

Reviewed Jul 24, 2013
by (4 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Trip to beach from Viñales including lunch and deck chairs.
Beautiful beach, not many tourists (or locals), stunning.

$37 for full lunch, $28 for sandwich only.
Full lunch was buffet but food wasn't great quality and in hindsight sandwich was much better value.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Horizontes Cayo Levisa Pinar del Rio

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Pinar del Rio

Robaina Tobacco Plantation, est 1845

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Jun 13, 2014

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... straight sideroad for 4km until you reach another left turn, just before a concrete roadside plaque that reads “CCS Viet-Nam Herķico”. This dusty track leads to the plantation.




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Pandora's Box

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Feb 14, 2014

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... We had some great views leaving the Viņales valley in the early morning light. Dan got the first flat and I patched the tube without any trouble (Dan says it’s great to have a mechanic in the house—that’s me). Birthday lunch was a pizza fresh out of a barbeque drum at a roadside “pizzeria” just before Pinar del Rio. It cost 5 pesos (Cuban national money), about 20 cents, and Dan resolved to eat peso pizza every day.

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"The cave home of Che Guevara ..."

A travel blog entry by penguinchris on May 03, 2011

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... closer and we quickly found the bird itself in a nearby tree. We were able to get a really good look at it and then located a second bird nearby. Mission accomplished, we returned to the cave where Cesar showed us a few amusing limestone formations including one in the shape of a frog and another that, with a bit of imagination at least, looked rather like Guevara’s profile.

Next target bird for the day was the elusive Cuban Grassquit and Cesar ...

So many more friends!

A travel blog entry by americankluntje on Jul 06, 2010

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... good though I still prefer fish. But the mango and fruit are still my favourite anyways. While at the dinner table we experienced a monsoon (spelling) – at least that's what it felt like and after the worst part was over we went to the main square to meet up with my bus friends and sit for the rest of the night in the only bar that was opened in the sudden ghost town (Cubans do not like rain at all) Also ...

Farmyard Stay in Vinales

A travel blog entry by vermaakjeanne on Oct 11, 2008

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... Carlos. On our way out, Nix was 'helped' along by a loving hand on her ass! Can you f**king believe it!! Enough is never enough!!

On our way back we had another quick stop at granpappie's place for another round of sugar cane rum, and then back to town with another group of riders. Us being the only two people with Carlos, this was a welcome addition as Carlos was now enthralled in conversation with their guide.

On reaching Vinales, Carlos informed us ...

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