The Uña lagoon – a part of the Serranía de Cuenca natural park

The Uña lagoon is a lagoon located in the municipality of Uña, in the province of Cuenca, autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain.

It is formed by the closure of a river dam of the Arroyo del Rincón, tributary of the Júcar river, forming a lagoon space. The Arroyo del Rincón reaches the Laguna de Uña after passing, first, through the common trout fish farm in Uña and then through the Regional School of Fluvial Fishing in the same town.

Currently, the Laguna de Uña is a part of the Serranía de Cuenca natural park, created by the Law of the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha 5/2007.

GPS coordinates: 40°13′34.75″N 1°58′31.04″W

How to get to?

From Madrid 2 hr 18 min (202 km) via A-40

From Toledo 2 hr 14 min (215 km) via A-40

From Cuenca 32 min (36.0 km) via CM-2105

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