The southern town of Dalaguete is known as the Vegetable Basket of Cebu. It is also home to a strawberry farm located in the mountain barangay of Mantalongon. In addition, the town is also one of the jump-off points for the Osmeña Peak where you can see Bohol Island on one side and Negros Island on the other. It was once a visita of neighboring Carcar before it became an independent parish in 1711.
Construction of the San Guillermo de Aquitania Church did not start immediately after the town became a parish. Construction only started in 1802 under Fr. Juan Chacel. The church was completed in 1825. A rectory was later added by Fr. Juan Alonso and was completed in 1832 as indicated on the inscription on its front door. The belfry was added into the church at a later time.
You can get to the San Guillermo de Aquitania Church in Dalaguete by getting on a bus headed for the town at the Cebu South Bus Terminal. Once you reach the town center, you can simply walk to the church.