Santa Marta - The oldest city from Colombia

Santa Marta lies between the snow capped Sierra Nevada and the Caribbean sea. Founded July 29, 1525 it is the oldest remaining city in Colombia. Its warm climate, beaches, unspoiled colonial architecture and nearby nature reserves make this coastal city an interesting destination. The charming city center with historic colonial architecture, romantic alleys, churches and plazas captures the enchantment of Santa Marta. The city is famous for being the final resting place of Simon Bolívar who passed away in 1830 at the hacienda Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino...Go to Travel Guide


Hotel Casa de Isabella Nederlands

Built in the 1800s as a republican house with colonial features, this unique boutique hotel in the historic centre of Santa Marta offers a superior guest experience. Historically restored furniture, a tranquil courtyard with a 200 years old Tamarindo tree and modern conveniences of today create a luxury and charming space. Top this off with their warm staff and this boutique hotel will feel as your own home...Read More


Hotel Boutique Don Pepe Nederlands

Hotel Boutique Don Pepe is a residential-style hotel in the heart of Santa Marta. The beach is a 2 minutes’ walk away. With its colonial-era façade, courtyard and balconies overlooking the roofs of the old city, this small boutique hotel embodies the charm of Santa Marta s colonial-era architecture. The rooftop terrace has a hot tub and lounge chairs ideal for languid hours with a good book or a drink...Read More


Hotel Tamaca Nederlands

Located in the exclusive area of El Rodadero, this beach-front hotel offers an a la carte restaurant, bar, internet room, a beauty salon and a swimming pool with beach views. For those who want to enjoy the sea the hotel also has direct beach access (pool and beach towels are provided free of charge). The Má Anasú Restaurant features a buffet and a la carte menu in a tropical environment. Drinks and cocktails can be enjoyed at the La Cascada bar in the pool area...Read More