The sheltered reefs around María la Gorda, on the tip of the Península de Guanahacabibes, are an underwater paradise for scuba divers. In fact, Pinar del Río is endowed with as much natural beauty below sea level as it is above.
Boating & Sailing
Book a sailing excursion, a deep-sea fishing trip or just watch the yachts come and go at this busy marina.
Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
The colourful coral reefs around this tiny island, off the northern coast of the Península de Guanahacabibes, are home to an astonishing array of sealife, including marlin and other game-fish.
María la Gorda
See giant sea turtles, gorgonnese gardens and the largest colony of black coral in the Caribbean off the secluded shores of María la Gorda. Legends of pirates abound, with plenty of evidence to back them up: anchors, old cannons and other treasures lying on the seabed near the coast of tranquil Ensenada de Corrientes.