What to see
Villa Dolores and Mina Clavero
During the summer, the Mina Clavero River, declared one of the “seven wonders of nature” in Argentina, and the Panaholma River, with its beaches and tourist facilities, become meeting points for visitors.
Trails such as Nido del Águila, Los Elefantes or Pozo de Piedra, with hikes that take 1 or 2 hours, invite visitors to connect with nature and discover hidden natural pools.
Towns and dams
Nono and La Paz invite you to be immersed in nature with activities such as hiking and horse riding. San Javier and Yacanto are two gateways to Champaquí Mountain, the highest point in Córdoba (see must-see attraction 2).
In La Viña (near Villa de las Rosas), Cruz del Eje and Pichanas (near Villa de Soto) dams, you can practice water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing and fishing.
Quebrada del Condorito National Park
Located 60 km away from Mina Clavero, at La Pampilla, this national park boasts trails and viewpoints (the North Balcony and the South Balcony) that promise a close encounter with condors in flight.
Los Gigantes Reserve
Very close to Tanti, on one of the province’s scenic routes (Provincial Route 28), the landscape is dominated by large granite stones forming some sort of maze, which can be reached by undertaking a moderately difficult trek.
There are two private access points to enter this reserve: “Casas Nuevas” (only parking fees apply, food and camping services available), where the trail to reach Mogote Mountain starts (approximately a 3-hour hike), and “La Rotonda”, from where you can get to the base of Cerro de la Cruz Mountain (20 minutes) (admission fees apply, parking is available).