Welcome to La Gran Piedra


On the run from a bloody slave rebellion in Haiti in 1791, enterprising Gallic immigrants overcame arduous living conditions and terrain to turn Cuba into the world's number-one coffee producer in the early 19th century. Their craft and ingenuity have been preserved for posterity in a Unesco World Heritage Site centered on the Cafetal la Isabelica. The area is also part of Baconao Unesco Biosphere Reserve, instituted in 1987.


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La Gran Piedra in detail