Viñales Viñales is known for its rounded hills known as mogotes. Mogotes in Cuba are made of limestone. A private home on the edge of a cornfield. Flowers near the front porch. Breakfast for a king (or queen). Fresh fruit, eggs, cheese, Cuban coffee and more. A boy practices his skills. Feeding time for this chicken. A cow chomping on plants in the morning. This horse wants some breakfast. Waiting for a rider. A horned beast trudges along a grassy field. An image of Che Guevara is painted on the water tank. Many crops are grown in Viñales, but the most well known is tobacco. Bananas and other fruit thrive in this fertile territory. The rolling hills of Viñales draws hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. A Cuban flag at a private restaurant. A mother feeds her young. A kitty looking for some milk. Artwork known as the Mural of Prehistory by Leovigildo González Morillo.