Cayo Guillermo Holidays
Cayo Guillermo is a small island of only 8 square miles situated off Cuba's north coast.
It is part of a 186-mile stretch of 400 islands that make up the King's Garden, or Jardines del Rey.
Access to Cayo Guillermo is via a bridge connected to Cayo Coco, a larger island which itself is connected to the mainland via a 16-mile causeway.
Who is Cayo Guillermo suitable for?
Cayo Guillermo is tropical island paradise, perfect for those wanting relaxation and solitude. Holidaymakers visit for a chance to laze on the white sandy beaches, soak up the sun and cool down in the clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Cayo Guillermo holidays are also popular with nature lovers due the plentiful beautiful natural surroundings and range of exotic birds.
The best time to visit Cayo Guillermo
Due to its location, Cayo Guillermo holidays enjoy year-round high temperatures , but some months will be more preferential than others to each holidaymaker.
December to April and July and August are the resorts busiest times due to the excellent weather. May to October is classed as the rainy season so you will experience showers and possibly the odd storm.
What are the beaches like in Cayo Guillermo?
The beaches of Cayo Guillermo will meet all your expectations of a holiday to Cuba, soft white sands, clear warm sea and endless sunshine. The Pilar Beach, at the western end of the island takes its name from the Pilar yacht, which belonged to Ernest Hemmingway. Here you'll also find the highest sand dunes in the Caribbean, reaching up to 16 metres.
The beach is bordered by an off shore coral reef, home to various marine life which you can get a closer look at by taking part in a day of scuba diving.
- Nearest Airport
- Cayo Coco
- Cuban Peso