Cayo Coco Weather February Averages, Cuba

    • Temperature Temperature 23°C 73°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 28°C 82°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 17°C 63°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 4 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 6 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 26°C 79°F

    Cayo Coco Weather for February 2021

    What's the Weather like in Cayo Coco in February 

    Located on Cuba's northern coast, the island of Cayo Coco in February offers a delightful respite from the harsh European winter. The sub-tropical climate makes this an ideal hub for water-sport aficionados and lovers of the great outdoors. 

    The best time to visit Cuba is winter, which is when the temps are at their most comfortable. The additional bonus of little rain makes for ideal water-sport conditions as well as brilliant sun bathing times.

    The weather in February is still chilly by Cuban standards and although you'll see locals rugged up, you may well wonder what the fuss is all about. The average temperature in February is 23°C, although highs of 28°C can be expected during the last two weeks of the month, as the winter cold subsides. Night-time lows of 17°C are quite consistent for the whole of February.

    You can expect an average of 8 hours of sunshine each day and rainfall will still be minimal this month. Only 6 days in February will be marred by short showers and this, coupled with comfortable sea temperatures of 26°C, will make for fantastic scuba diving excursions.

    Cayo Coco Hotels in February 

    Choosing the right accommodation for your holiday on Cayo Coco may seem daunting at first, with the island being home to no less than 11 fantastic all-inclusive resorts. Yet they all boasts varied services and in-house activities, as well as varying prices, so to this end it may help to work out what your priorities are before you even start your search.

    Melia Cayo Coco is arguably the most luxurious resort and the Traveller's Award Winner for 2014. Designed with the discerning adult crowd in mind (no-child policy), this resort is an ideal choice for honeymooning couples or anyone who wants to enjoy a quiet, opulent vacation in premium style. The resort is built around a saltwater lagoon home to a colony of pink flamingos and the lake-front bungalows built on stilts afford privacy and relaxation like nothing else you could imagine. Melia is the only property in Cayo Coco which offers over-water bungalows. The resort's private beach is pristine, albeit on the smaller side but if your priority is quality over quantity then you'll feel right at home. Melia offers a wide range of services, including its own diving centre, craft workshop, gym, mini-market, gift shop, car rental option and 24-hour medical assistance.

    Tryp Cayo Coco is likewise considered one of the most luxurious choices on the island and is also owned and operated by the Melia Group. This stylish choice is best suited to families who want to indulge in a little more luxury. With its incredible 2km stretch of perfectly white sandy beach, as well as 2 glorious swimming pools, 7 restaurants, 7 bars, a great kid's club and a fantastic indoor fitness club, you'll be hard pressed to find a more sumptuous choice for your family holiday. In true Melia style, you'll find the decor, attention to detail, professionalism of staff and included extras to be quite impressive.

    Cayo Coco Beach for February 

    There is not much you could not do at the beach if staying at Tryp Cayo Coco, as this resort is nestled snugly between a natural lagoon and long stretch of beautiful beach. If sailing, diving and snorkelling are your thing, then this is the beach where you may want to spend all your days.

    Las Colorades is the name of Melia's private beach and it is one of the most sublime stretches of coast you'll find on Cayo Coco. The tranquil, pristine beach is only 2km from the coral reef and includes amenities such as lounge chairs, parasols, a beach BBQ, restaurant and beach bar. You can partake in fun games of beach volleyball and organise all your favourite water sports: kayaking, sailing, snorkelling, diving and pedaloe riding are all on offer.

    Bars and Restaurants 

    Melia boasts 4 restaurants and 5 bars, all of excellent standard and offering different dining and drinking options. Del Sol is a buffet-only restaurant where the cuisine is themed nightly so you'll be spoilt for choice no matter how many times you dine here. Del Sol is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, whilst Las Caletas is an a-la-carte eatery open only for dinner. The international food served here is based on local seafood and the atmosphere, accompanied by the tunes of classical music, is sophisticated and utterly relaxing. For fine Italian dining don't miss La Terrazza, an exquisite restaurant which serves delectable Italian fusion fare alongside simply stunning ocean and garden views.

    For fantastic sundowners, we suggest you head up to Carambola, a terraced bar overlooking the beautiful lagoon. Pool tables, gorgeous views and flowing cocktails make this by far the most popular choice at the resort.

    If you're curious to try local specialties then we suggest you book a table at Tryp Cayo Coco's La Casita Cubana, considered by many to be one of the best Cuban-cuisine restaurants around. If you prefer to taste freshly caught seafood insetad, then make your reservations at Del Mar. For a fun night out, check out cabaret show at La Cueva de Jabali on Wednesday nights.  The cabaret may not be totally out of this world but the venue, in a trendy underground cafe, is what makes a night here very unique indeed.

    Things to do in Cayo Coco in February 

    Aside the fantastic activities which you can enjoy at your Melia resorts, you will also have the easy option of heading out and about for a full day's exploration.

    There are daily bus services connecting all the Melia resorts, so check out Melia Cayo Guillermo, where you'll be welcome to use all the resort's facilities free of charge.

    More active visitors might enjoy a day out on a speedboat or jeep tour, and culture lovers may want to indulge in a guided tour of Trinidad.

    Trinidad is a UNESCO-listed town about 230km out of Cayo Coco, and makes for an excellent full-day excursion. The old colonial architecture, perfectly infused with the unique Cuban charm, is an absolute feast for the senses. You can also visit the nearby waterfalls of Topes de Collantes and spend hours lost in the maze of the town's markets held in the old town centre. Trinidad is also home to a beautiful cathedral, often referred to as the heart of Cuba. The Iglesia de la Santissima Trinidad is the island's largest church, boasts 14 wooden altars and manages to impress even the most jaded church-admirer.

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