- Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas
- Cerro de la Popa
- The clock towel
- Rosario Island
- Las Bovedas
- Inquisition Palace
- Museo Rafael Nuñez
City Name: Cartagena de Indias
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North
Distance from Hotel: 3.11 MI/ 5 KM
Closest Convention Center: Centro de Convenciones Cartagena de Indi
Distance from Hotel: 1.86 MI/ 3 KM
Golf: 12.43 MI/ 20 KM South West
Outdoor Tennis: 7.46 MI/ 12 KM North
In Cartagena, you must see how imposing the Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, is one of our major fortifications, a site built by slaves in order to see pirates and defend the city. It’s a good option for the family to visit any time of year. It's an experience you never forget to be part of the city and its history. The Castillo San Felipe de Barajas was built in 1536 at the time of the colony.
Arriving in Cartagena you should visit the Rosario Islands, a group formed by small islands with crystal clear water and white sand. The walk starts at 8 and 30 am departing from the dock bodeguita a wonderful tour to start contemplating the magical landscape Arriving with typical receive the fruits of the region offered by our palenqueras and then invite you to taste a typical lunch of the place.
Don't Go Home Without
Don't go home without visiting Cerro de La Popa which is the highest point in the city of Cartagena. It has an outstanding 360° view of the entire city. This beautiful hill is where the Augustinian order built a monastery in 1609. You will enjoy an extraordinary view of the old city, the Bocagrande neighbourhood, the Cartagena's Bay and the Caribbean Sea.
Don’t forget to enjoy a stroll through the narrow streets & old colonial & relive the story of the heroic city, either by walking or by car led by a guide to Cartagena. Recount all the experiences of the people in the time of the colony. Enjoy a nice dinner with a good shrimp ceviche, and a magical Cartagena typical moon.