The outstanding Cuban poet Juan Cristóbal Napoles Fajardo, the Cucalambé, was born and lived on this farm for many years. Every year the Jornada Cucalambeana is celebrated in this place, the main event of the cuban "décima", a style of poetry native to Cuba, of which it was its creator Cucalambé, one of the greatest representatives of Cubanism in 19th century poetry.
To get to this farm it is necessary to travel 8 kms of a path that was built in 1969, with an exotic flora, typical of the region.
It has an amphitheater located on a hill and surrounded by rich vegetation, restaurants and a large number of sculptures such as Contrasting Figures or Heads of Indio by José Fuentes, the Taíno Column by Pedro Vega or Troubadour Campesino by Ángel Íñigo, among others.
There is currently a country motel of the same name on the site.
Address: Carretera Central Km 8 Las Tunas, Cuba / El Cornito, Las Tunas.