S tip of Suemez I., Alex. Arch.
Spanish word (from "lontanaza"), meaning "distant" or "background," given in 1923 by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS).
Port San Antonio, Port Asumcion, Port Caldera, Port Dolores, Port Estrella, Port Mayoral, Port Refugio, Port Santa Cruz, Adrian Cove, Aguada Cove, Arena Cove, Bobs Bay, Bucareli Bay, Camp Cove, Diver Bay, Fisherman Cove, Foul Bay, Hole-in-the-Wall, Hook Arm, Indiada Cove, Manhattan Arm, Manhattan Arm Sea Otter Harbor, Sakie Bay, Sea Otter Harbor,
Point Maria, Point Miliflores, Point Providence, Point Quemada, Point Remedios, Point Rosary, Point San Jose, Point San Leonardo, Point San Rafael, Point San Roque, Point Santa Rosa, Point Alonzo, Point Arboleda, Point Arucenas, Point Barrigon, Point Batan, Point Bocas, Point Cangrejo, Point Capones, Point Caracol, Point Cocos, Point Cosinas, Point Cruz, Point Falfan, Point Fula, Point Gorda, Point Iphigenia, Point Isleta, Point Lomas, Bruin Point, Canal Point, Cape Cambon, Cape Empinado, Cape Felix, Cape Flores, Cape Lookout, Clear Point, Diamond Point, Diver Point, Eagle Point, Francis Point, Juel Point, Lontana Point, Pepper Point, Punishment Point, Punta Gorda, Punta Maria Antonia, Punta Noriega, Punta Palmito, Sakie Point, Point San Antonio, Silvester Point, Solyanka Point, Tranquil Point, Triste Point, Turn Point, Point Verde, Way Point,
Bush Islets, Cabras Islands, Camp Island, Channel Island, Cristina Island, Devil Island, Diver Rocks, Entrance Island, Gate Island, Indiada Island, Isla Buen Ayre, Joe Island, Madre de Dios Island, Meares Island, Middle Island, Muerta Island, Nellag Island, Ridge Island, Saint Ignace Island, San Adrian Island, San Juanito Island, Sangao Island, Santa Rita Island, Sola Rock, Suemez Island, Table Rock, Toti Island, Triste Island, Ubi Island, Ulloa Island, Verde Island, Wolf Rock,