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The valleys of Cordoba

Watered by mountains, lakes and valleys, it has unique landscapes and an incomparable tourist offer. Discover the best valleys of Cordoba.

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The combo you propose is ideal. It is a province that combines lakes and mountains in perfect doses, nature and culture, modernity and tradition. Enchanted little towns and big cities, with top-notch services. There are so many options that it costs to define where to start. We tell you which are the best valleys to visit in Cordoba in summer and why it is, since the end of the 19th century, the first tourist destination in the interior of the country.

Located in the heart of Argentina and owner of a geography and climate unmatched, the province of Córdoba is an ideal destination for tourists from all over the country, with good access by land and air and a variety of options and prices very wide, able to satisfy all tastes and pockets.

We put together a list of the recommended valleys of Cordoba for a getaway or longer vacation. Regions, more tourist destinations and more. What to know, what to do and what to enjoy in the hot months.

Punilla Valley

The Punilla Valley is an ideal place to enjoy an unforgettable holiday. It is located west of the Capital and is watered of wonderful villages and villas that will surprise you.

Villa Carlos Paz is located practically at the main entrance of the Valley, about 40 km from the Capital by highway.

Valley by Calamuchita

The Calamuchita Valley is located in the centre of the province, 80 km southwest of the Capital. With the Sierras Chicas, the Sierras of Comechingones and Cerro Champaquí as natural frames of the region, is a dream place, with cities and villages ideal for holidays.

As the distances between the different points in the valley are short, it is desirable to “make base” in one place and, from there, know everything what the area offers.

Valley of Traslasierra

The famous Camino de las Altas Cumbres connects the capital with the majestic Valley of Traslasierra, located west of the Sierras Grandes and east of the Sierras Occidental. With almost 100 km completely asphalted, it allows access to twenty tourist resorts, among which important cities, communes and places stand out. The cities of Villa Dolores and Mina Clavero are the most prominent urban centers and are followed by the towns of Nono, Villa Cura Brochero, Las Rabonas, Los Hornillos, Villa de las Rosas, Las Tapias, San Javier, Yacanto, Luyaba and La Paz.

SOURCE: Good Vibra

Publication Date: 25/12/2019

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