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You will fall in love with “La Villa”, as the local people call this place, at first sight. It also has everything you need to live a touristic experience with the family any time in the year.
You can feel the peaceful serenity of a typical town by the Andes Range. This is why it is one of the touristic jewels of Patagonia in Neuquén, privileged by its location at the foot of lakes, mountain tops and forests of the Nahuel Huapi National Park.
Among the numerous natural circuits and attractions, you can visit the Arrayanes forest, located in the Quetrihué Peninsula. This National Park keeps specimens of up to 600 years old of a cinnamon-colored tree, which is unique in the world and reaches a height of 25 m.
You can access by bicycle, and take the interpretation path of 12 km (from the isthmus) and see native species; or else, sail along the Nahuel Huapi in a catamaran.
Another picture you cannot miss is the bridge over the Correntoso River. It is one of the shortest rivers in the world, famous for its crystal water that runs along barely 200 m between the homonymous lake and the Nahuel Huapi Lake. In addition, it is ideal for fly-fishing trout when the season starts.
Cerro Bayo (Mount) is another remarkable place that offers stunning views as well as winter or summer activities. This is where one of the most glamorous boutique ski centers in the country is located, which receives celebrities from all over the world.