Key places to know in Cordoba
There are so many corners of Cordoba that open to tourism that it is difficult to rank them all. That’s why we select the best places in Cordoba for you to set up your tour, taking into account the natural beauties and cultural proposals.
City of Cordoba
Before starting the tour ofthe or the tourist regions, pass through the historic capital of the province. Born from the desire to link Alto Peru with the Río de la Plata, through what became known as the Camino Real.
It is a big, modern city, and it has a lot to see. One of its main architectural and cultural attractions is the Jesuit Square, declared World Heritage Site.
The area of Paravachasca, the area of Calamuchita and the area of Sierras del Sur make up what is known as the Great Lakes region. It is distinguished by bring together nature and culture and it houses the only National Park that houses the province. The Quebrada del Condorito Park, where a population of over 70 Andean condors surprise visitors with their flight.
The Los Molinos Dam, reservoirs and mountain rivers and shrines and churches of the size of the Jesuit Estancia Alta Gracia, are some of the sites tourist must-see.
Located in the immediate north of the capital, it is one of the tourist regions that grew the most in recent years. It has emblem cities such as Río Ceballos, Unquillo, Villa Allende, Salsipuedes, Juárez Celman or Colonia Caroya, known for its salames, and the famous Camino del Cuadrado, which takes us on a unique route to La Skirt, in the Valley of Punilla.
North and North West
It is a fascinating region that is distinguished by endless trails traced by the story. Also for the charm of landscapes overflowing with legends. In the North of Córdoba are concentrated centuries of culture, materialized in villages and cities, where the religious and artisan tradition maintains the Creole essence.
Locations such as Ischilín, Tulumba, San Pedro Norte and Cañada del Río Pinto stand out for preserve a colonial style, which preserves the past. In these villages, the visitors can enjoy typical artisan products such as leather, basketwork, ceramics and wood; in addition to the opportunity to taste the traditional gastronomy and vibrate with folk music.
The Beach Hotel Lloret De Mar
Cordoba has no access to the ocean, but it does have its own sea. In the northeast of the province, in the Ansenuza region, lies in the middle of a plain, the largest closed basin in Latin America. We are talking about the Laguna de Mar Chiquita, a salt water mirror with an extension of about 6000 km2, which is the habitat of 25% of the bird species that exist in the country. It is located in the northeast of the province and, from the capital, is accessed by provincial route 17.
The plain on which it sits changes its morphology as the overflow passes of the Dulce, Xanaes, Suquía rivers and the advancement of the lagoon. This area, for its natural wealth and biodiversity it hosts, was declared a reserve natural of the province. Miramar is the only town in this region. In the area, in addition to ecotourism, visitors can perform activities v
Argentina, nacida en Córdoba. Investigadora en el área de lingüística. En formación constante sobre las Letras y sobre la vida, gracias a la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Mis experiencias en viajes me llevaron a aprender cada vez más idiomas y querer conocer diversas culturas desde adentro. Pienso en la escritura como una herramienta para transformar el mundo y volverlo un espacio justo y equilibrado.
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