From Córdoba northwards. The traditional Punilla Valley, which stretches northwards from Villa Carlos Paz, is home to more than 30 tourist cities with good infrastructure and connections, where you can practice trekking, horseback riding and paragliding. Two other fascinating attractions in the area are the imposing Mar Chiquita Lagoon, with its natural richness and wide variety of bird species, and Salinas Grandes, a not-so-well-known but jaw-dropping salt flat sitting very close to San José de las Salinas.
From Córdoba westwards. This area will amaze you with the landscapes surrounding the scenic route that crosses the highest peaks in the province (Altas Cumbres) through Pampa de Achala (Provincial Route 34), Quebrada del Condorito National Park and the charming little villages, rivers and streams that make up the Traslasierras Valley. If you are looking for something different, you can explore Pocho and Chancaní volcanoes and the Taninga tunnels.
From Córdoba southwards. The Calamuchita Valley is characterized by the influence of Central European culture and cuisine, and a landscape featuring great lakes, where nautical activities predominate. This area boasts beautiful streams, rivers and mountains, and the most accessible trails to reach the peak of Champaquí Mountain. The more than 20 cities and towns that make up the valley offer attractions all year round, whether it is a beach where you can relax or a popular party like the National Beer Festival.
San Luis. With great land connections and asphalt-paved roads, San Luis Capital City is very close to Potrero de los Funes and the province’s Central Mountains. To the northeast, you can reach Villa de Merlo and the Comechingones Corridor, almost on the border with the province of Córdoba. Just 124 km away, you can immerse yourself into a completely different landscape in the Sierra de las Quijadas National Park, with its deep red deserts and a large natural amphitheatre.