San Antonio Palopo has very few of the tourist trappings nor traffic. It's known for its ceramics and its beautiful but simple native dress (Traje). The villagers are cautious but will greet your smile with an even bigger one.
Though a laid back and simple Mayan village, San Antonio Palopo can service tourists nicely, if only a couple dozen at a time.
There are two restaurants/hotels that service travelers and a bed and breakfast that also includes use of a kayak.
- [dead link] Casa Sonrisas (A lakefront bed and breakfast in San Antonio), ☏ . Has three rooms. One has a double bed, one has two double beds and the third has 4 singles, two of which is a bunk bed. Accepts dogs. Cost is Q80 (US$10) per person.