- Between Tucumán and Salta, an ancestral route
- Córdoba: roads with history
- Cosmopolitan Buenos Aires
- Iguazú: waterfalls, jungle and missions
- Ischigualasto and Talampaya: time sculptures
- Lakes and mountains in Patagonia
- Mendoza: vineyards and adventure
- Patagonian Great Glaciers
- Puerto Madryn: nature and culture
- The intensity of the Humahuaca Ravine
- Ushuaia: the end of the world
- Great trips
820 Kms distant from Buenos Aires, the environment of the province of San Luis combines a broad socio-cultural group formed by picturesque touristic towns and diverse historical sites that distinguish this region.
Its capital, having the same name, is located by the Sierras Grandes, at the extreme called "Punta de los Venados", this name giving origin to the world "puntanos" which refers to the province inhabitants. It keeps the characteristic aspect of the Mediterranean cities of the XIX century: quiet life and old colonial houses mixed with modern style buildings, most of them located at the commercial center. At its northeastern region, we can find the most important touristic center: Villa de Merlo. Located at the beautiful ConlaraValley, in the middle of a micro-weather internationally recognized by its natural qualities, converts San Luis in a synonym of welfare and relax. Its crystalline water streams and forest spaces shelter a wide range of flora and fauna, which may be enjoyed by different kind of tours. Those willing to contemplate nature’s purest ecosystem, should not miss the Sierra de las Quijadas National Park, a magnificent natural reservoir that offers a unique landscape of valleys and canyons of red stones, sculpted by an erosion process that took million of years.
Baby goats: San Luis’ Flavor
Delicious; baked either on the grill, plow disk or mud oven, they are the star-dish of San Luis’ cuisine.
Microclimate at the Quebrada de las Higueritas
San Luis, natural scenario of quiet beauties is also the birds provincial capital.
Paragliding at Villa de Merlo
San Luis skies invite to fly. Baptism Flights at the feet of a virgin nature landscape.
Returning to Gondwana at Bajo de Veliz
Between San Luis’ hills, a landscape that treasures the footprints of times when South America shared land with Africa, India, Australia and Antarctica.
Thousand reds at Sierra de las Quijadas
A journey to the beginning of times. Footpaths to walks among huge walls, archaeological sites, dinosaur footprints and petrified trees.
Trekking at the Comechingones Hills
Wandering about Villa de Merlo nearby, tours to the Ovejas Mount peak, steps leading to the “hidden village”