• Villa Gral. Belgrano

    Villa Gral. Belgrano, Cordoba, Argentina .

    Framed in natural landscapes, "Villa General Belgrano" appears with its Central European style between the Sierras Grandes and the Sierras Chicas, taking the tourist spotlight in the Calamuchita Valley. Located 88 km south of the city of Córdoba, capital of the province, it is defined as a town of cultures.

  • La Cumbrecita

    La Cumbrecita, Cordoba, Argentina .

    Between pine forests, gravel roads and pollution-free air, "La Cumbrecita" is one of the most popular destinations in the Cordoba mountains. This town, 118 kilometers from Córdoba, is the only pedestrian town in Argentina. Its calm rhythm, direct contact with nature and its outdoor activities have been a source of admiration for many countries around the world.

  • Santa Rosa de Calamuchita

    Santa Rosa de Calamuchita, Cordoba, Argentina .

    "Santa Rosa de Calamuchita" offers an unmissable combo to enjoy on vacation or on a getaway. Crossed by the Santa Rosa River, the key will be to “disconnect” at its beaches and spas or between walks along its banks. Nearby, you can go horseback riding and join a picnic with a mountain lunch in Santa Monica. Another good idea is to put on comfortable shoes and join the trekking to the Jesuit Calicanto or La Cascada Natural Reserve.

  • Traslasierra

    Traslasierra, Mina Clavero, Cordoba, Argentina .

    The Traslasierra area is located to the west of the city of Córdoba, delimited by various mountain ranges. Starting from Córdoba capital, this region is accessed by the Camino de las Altas Cumbres, by National Route Nº 20.