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Casa Mateo Hotel Boutique
5 Stele  
(12 Camere)

5 de Mayo 0 esquina Colon, Centro, Peña de Bernal (Harta)

Bernal’s Hotel Boutique Casa Madero offers its guests beautiful views of Peña de Bernal, an outdoor pool, gardens, on site bar and restaurant, free Wi-Fi and is close to popular touristic attractions. Peña de Bernal is a popular climbing place, and  mai mult...

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Casona de los Recuerdos
0 Stele  
(7 Camere)

Independencia 22, Peña de Bernal (Harta)

Casona de los Recuerdos is a hotel boutique located 1.5 km from Peña de Bernal monolith. Hotel offers to its guest’s free Wi-Fi and breakfast buffet. Free private parking is also possible on site. The hotel is decorated in a colonial style, has a re  mai mult...

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Cabañas Bernal
0 Stele  
(4 Camere)

Benito Juarez 7, Peña de Bernal (Harta)

Cabañas Bernal is located one block from Villa de Bernal Main Square and 20 minutes’ walk away from Peña de Bernal. It features free parking and a garden. The rooms feature a rustic décor, dining area, a fully equipped kitchen with fridge, microwave  mai mult...

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Peña de Bernal:

Peña de Bernal (in English: Bernal's Boulder or Bernal Peak) At 350 meters (1150 ft) it is the third tallest (3rd) monolith in the world, after the Rock of Gibraltar and Sugarloaf Mountain. (Mount Augustus, in Western Australia, is sometimes credited to be the world's largest monolith. However, the claim does not originate from the geological literature, nor is substantiated by any other scholarly research.) Peña de Bernal is located in San Sebastián Bernal, a small town in the Mexican state of Querétaro. According to Leonor López Domínguez of México Desconocido, the porphyrytic monolith was formed some 100 million years ago during the Jurassic period, when it must have been at least three times higher than today. Many people make a pilgrimage to the highest point hikeable, visiting a little chapel about halfway up.

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