Top things to do in Laguna de la Leche & Laguna la Redonda

Top Choice Lake in Laguna de la Leche & Laguna la Redonda

Laguna la Redonda

Anglers, listen up: 12km north of Morón, off the Cayo Coco road, this mangrove-rimmed, 4-sq-km lake has the island's best square-kilometer density of bass and trout. Four hours of fishing costs CUC$70. Boat trips ar…
Lake in Laguna de la Leche & Laguna la Redonda

Laguna de la Leche

Laguna de la Leche (Milk Lake), named for its reflective underwater lime deposits, is Cuba's largest natural lake (66 sq km). Its water content is a mixture of fresh and salt water, and anglers flock here to hook th…
Fish in Laguna de la Leche & Laguna la Redonda

La Atarraya

Raised on stilts in a clapboard building off the southern shoreline of Laguna de la Leche, you'll find one of Cuba's best local fish restaurants. The insanely cheap menu is headlined by paella valenciana and pescado…
Fish in Laguna de la Leche & Laguna la Redonda

Restaurant Laguna la Redonda

This restaurant at the entrance to Laguna la Redonda is good for comida criolla or a drink with a lake view. Try the house specialty, a fillet of fish called calentico – great with ketchup and Tabasco.
Fish in Laguna de la Leche & Laguna la Redonda

Pescado Frito

You'll need a small boat to row you across the canal at the jaws of Laguna de la Leche to this simple open-faced restaurant specializing in locally caught tilapia fish.
Cabaret in Laguna de la Leche & Laguna la Redonda

Cabaret Cueva

Locals willingly hitch, walk or carpool to make the 6km trip from Morón to this cabaret, held in a cave on the southern shores of Laguna de la Leche.