|location||Greenwich Island ( South Shetland Islands )|
Its name is derived from the name Punta Reyes on a Chilean map from 1951, on which a headland at the base of the headland is named. This is how they named participants of the 1st Chilean Antarctic Expedition (1946–1947). It is named after Camilo Reyes Ulloa, who worked as a navigational officer on the frigate Iquique on this research trip . The UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee transferred this designation in 1971 in an adapted form to the headland described here.