Cayo Guillermo hotels
Cuba island located near Cayo Coco, has about 8 km of beaches of fine sand, and greenish transparent waters, located in a practically virgin environment where forests and several inside lagoons cover almost all of the territory.
There's three beaches and among them Playa Pilar, considered the most beautiful one of the archipelago.
The keys Media Luna and Los Felipes, located in front of the coasts of Cayo Guilermo, are two of the major potentials for the practice of Scuba Diving, and platform and High-Seas Fishing in Jardines del Rey, a tourism region which has in Cayo Paredon Grande significant attraction.
Romantic dinner at the resort restaurant, or a party night at Wild Pig's Cave "La Cueva del Jabali" lovers of Scuba Diving and nautical activities have all necessary conditions for full enjoyment.
To get to Cayo Guillermo by lend, you must take the 30 km long causeway in the middle of the sea. If you enter Cayos by car you must show your passport, access to Cayo Guillermo and Cayo Coco is forbidden to Cubans.
Once you arrive on the island, you will make left turn the road to Cayo Guillermo which goes straight through a jungle, about 60 km long. Nowadays, the luxury resorts for tourists have taken over 8 km of magnificent white sand beach.
This is also divers paradise, coral reefs 10 m to 30 m high and over 10 km long, diversity and abundance of marine species make divers feel in a real aquarium.
Cayo Guillermo offer 8 km long beach where you can do whatever you like: sailing, sunbathing, hiking and especially dive in to crystal clear warm water, in which walk a half a mile out and still touch the sandy bottom. It's incredible, especially if you don't swim very well. Very few places in the world can compete with such beauty.
Cayo Guillermo, was immortalized by Novel Prize Ernest Hemingway and his work "Islands in the Stream", when he described how green and promising this place looked to him. Hemingway used to go fishing in the fish filled depths of its magnificent beach with the whitest sand you have ever seen.