The tourist region of Jardines del Rey extends to the north of the Ciego de Avila province and is part of the Sabana-Camagüey archipelago, the largest of the four that surround the island of Cuba, with more than 2,500 cays and islets.
For the nature lovers, it is an ideal place where the greenery of mangroves, the intense blue of the ocean, the majestic flamencos and its sub-aquatic universe can be admired. The coral barrier extends for more than 32 km, most of its depth greater than 10 meters forming the so-called "ribbon" of corals.
Cayo Guillermo, one of the nicest beaches of the Caribbean, is next to Cayo Coco, at 20 km from the Jardines del Rey airport located in Cayo Coco; at 125 km from the Maximo Gomez International airport in Ciego de Avila which is the central province of the island of Cuba; at 100 km from the city of Moron and at only 1 km from the coral reef.
It is located at approximately 500 km from the city of Havana and 600 km from Santiago de Cuba.
The beaches extend for 27 km and are connected to the island of Cuba by a 27 km causeway that cuts through the ocean.