Lodge Pan de Azúcar
At a Glance
- despite the remote setting, each cabana is fully equipped with a kitchen with crockery and appliances
- unbeatable views
- not accessible without a car
- dining options limited to self-catering or a drive to the tiny village of Caleta Pan de Azúcar
Lodge Pan de Azúcar Review
Surrounded by the imposing "Sugar Loaf" mountain range to the rear and the crashing waves of the Pacific to the fore, you'd be hard pressed to find a more remote location to stay. But the isolation is exactly what makes these cabanas so appealing. Brightly painted adobe walls and colorful furnishings complement the arid desert setting outside your window and, on your spacious terrace, you can nature-watch as you cook up some local seafood on the grill provided.