The calm waters of Cayo Guillermo have a temperature of over 24 Celsius degrees. The limpidity of its waters and of the well preserved sea bottoms are maintained thanks to the deficiency of polluting agents. The temperature varies between 24 and 27 Celsius degrees; the sun is strong without being exhausting. The sea breeze maintains the air temperature cool and pleasant.
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