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Ciego de Avila is Cuba’s least-populous province (400,000).  Its land is flat and it stretches across the island between Sancti Spíritus and and Camagüey provinces. Pineapples, bananas and citrus are grown here. The main highway passes through Ciego de Avila, that is provincial capital.

Morón is a town in the northern part of the province and is the gateway to hunting and fishing preserves. Just outside the city is the Morón Reserve, where birds are hunted. To the north of the city is La Laguna de Leche, so named because of its milky-colored water. To the east is la Redonda Lake which is a good spot for bass fishing.

Cayo Coco accessible by a 11 –mile –long causeway. It is famous for its  white beaches. Nearby Cayo Guillermo made famous  by Ernest Hemingway.


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