Tupungato is 70 kilometers from Mendoza City and 30 kilometers from Tunuyán. Due to its geography, this area is characterized by few rains. Temperatures are warm in the valleys, harsh winters, pleasant springs, warm summers in the day and cool in the evening and wonderful autumns. In addition to its natural wealth, Tupungato also provides the visitor with a huge number of services. Wine tourism, gastronomy, rural and mountain tourism. In the central area there are shops and a varied cuisine for all tastes. Artisanal wine and sweets, nuts and regional fruits in different enterprises.
Horseback riding in the high mountain, fishing and mountainbike are some of the activities that can be done in this apartment. Like other departments in Valle de Uco, its winemaking is of great quality and the wineries are a must-see.
It has Cerro Tupungato, second in importance of the Andes Mountains. With an incomparable beauty and natural state, it makes it a very attractive area for adventure tourism. With ascent, trekking, high mountain horseback riding, condor sighting, ecological tourism and mining.
Religious tourism is of great importance. You can visit the Christ the King of the Valley (San Jose), the Church Our Lady of Socorro (Center), the Historical Chapel Sacred Heart (San José), the Monastery of Christ Orante (Gualtallary), the Church Our Lady of the Rosary (Anchoris), the Black Cross (Zapata), the Chapel Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Santa Clara), and the Chapel San Vicente (La Arboleda).
In addition, in Tupungato there is the pole of the highest flag in the country. It measures 31 meters. It was inaugurated on 20 June 2010 to commemorate the 190 years of the death of Manuel Belgrano.
Source: Mendoza Tourism Entity
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