Cayo Guillermo Holidays along with those at it’s sister Cayo Coco is the perfect place to explore the Jardines del Rey archipelago. It is located on the northern coast of Cuba, between the Bay of Dogs (Bahia de Perros) and the Atlantic Ocean. It is part of the Ciego de Ávila Province, and lies in the Morón municipality.
They may not share the depth of Cuban culture embodied in cities like Havana, but Cayo Guillermo and its lovely cousin Cayo Coco (linked by a causeway) boast some of the finest sand and sea in the Caribbean. These two islands in the Jardines del Rey archipelago are among Cuba’s top tourist beach destinations, gracing the posters of many a tourism shop in the wintry north.
Visitors flock to the islets’ handful of all-inclusive resorts in droves when the mercury drops. The beaches are truly stunning, the proximity to North America convenient, and the resorts are both stylish and welcoming. There are plenty of water sports on offer at each resort, in particular saltwater fishing and scuba diving, both of which rank among the world’s best.
Just east of the resorts by the causeway to Cayo Coco is a marina used by yachts, sport fishing and tour boats. One of the country’s best beaches, the Playa Pilar (Pilar Beach) is located at the western end of Cayo Guillermo. This beach is named after Ernest Hemingway’s yacht, the cabin cruiser Pilar. The island provides the setting for the climax of Hemingway’s last novel Islands in the Stream.
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