You can choose one of the following 10 hour guided tours:
Punilla Valley - Start by visiting La Calera, a hydroelectric power plant, and San Roque Lake, the oldest reservoir in the province. Then pass through Bialet Massé and Santa María de Punilla until you reach Cosquín, the National Capital of Folklore. Continue through Valle Hermoso to La Falda, where you will cross the classic Av. Eden. You will then cross Huerta Grande and Villa Giardino to arrive at Capilladel Monte, at the foot of the mystical Uritorco hill, where you will see the original roofed street, the El Zapato complex and the El Cajón dam. You will then continue visiting Los Cocos (optional Aerosilla ascent) Cruz Grande, Cruz Chica and La Cumbre, with their stately European-style mansions, arriving in the late afternoon at Villa Carlos Paz.
Traslasierra Valley - Pass through the picturesque towns of Villa Carlos Paz, San Antonio de Arredondo, Mayú Sumaj, Icho Cruz and Cuesta Blanca. You will then begin to walk the Camino de las Altas Cumbres, enjoying it's impressive panoramic views and visiting different points along the way, such as the Lágrimadel Indio waterfall, the Fundación el Cóndor, the Pampa de Achala and the source of the Mina Clavero river. You will then arrive at Mina Clavero, where you will visit the Elefantes spa and the shopping center. In Villa Cura Brochero you will pass by the church where the remembered Cura Gaucho preached. You will then continue through Nono, spotting the typical Ñuños hills and touring the Rocsen Multifaceted Museum. You will then return to Córdoba along the Bosque Alegre road, with views of the earth station and the national observatory.
Alta Gracia and Villa Carlos Paz - Pass by the monument of Miryam Stefford while heading to Alta Gracia, where you will see the most important testimonies of it's rich cultural heritage: the Tajamar, an old artificial lake built by the Jesuits, the Alta Gracia Jesuit Estancia (Historical Museum Casa del Virrey Liniers), the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced, the house where Ernesto “Che” Guevara lived his childhood, the museum of the famous musical composer Manuel de Falla and the Grotto of the Virgin of Lourdes. In the afternoon you will go to Villa Carlos Paz, the most important tourist centre in the province, where you will visit it's shopping centre and residential neighbourhoods; and visit the classic Cu-Cu clock, an alfajores factory and the Aerosilla complex (optional ascent). You will then return to Córdoba via the Justiniano Allende Posse Highway.
La Cumbrecita - Pass by the monument of Myriam Stefford, Alta Gracia, Anisacate, La Bolsa and Villa Ciudad de América. You will then continue the route crossing the four tributary rivers of Lake Los Molinos and the towns of Potrero de Garay and Los Reartes. From there you will ascend through the Sierras Grandes, crossing a picturesque region of coniferous forests. You will pass through Villa Berna and arrive at La Cumbrecita, a small alpine-style town that has the uniqueness of being one of the few pedestrian towns in the world. You will also visit the La Olla spa, the traditional La Cumbrecita hotel and the ecumenical chapel. Then you get to know Villa General Belgrano, with its particular Central European physiognomy. Return to Cordoba via the Curve of the Wind, enjoying a spectacular panoramic view of the lake and Los Molinos Dam.
Jesuit Estancias - Start by visiting Colonia Caroya, a town inhabited by descendants of immigrants from northern Italy and famous for its artisan salamis. There you will visit the Casa de Caroya Jesuit Estancia, which serves as a summer residence for the students of the Monserrat school. Then you will visit Jesús María, famous for its Horse Training and Folklore Festival, where the San Isidro Labrador Jesuit Estancia is located, a pioneer in wine making in the region. You will continue visiting the historic Posta de Sinsacate and the area of Barranca Yaco, where the caudillo Facundo Quiroga was assassinated, to then arrive at the Estancia de Santa Catalina, recognised for the beauty of its baroque church. You will continue bordering the Sierras Chicas, passing through the picturesque towns of Ascochinga, La Granja, Villa Animi, Agua de Oro, Salsipuedes and Río Ceballos.
Calamuchita Wine Roads - The Calamuchita Valley offers dreamlike landscapes where the imposing mountain ranges are combined with green valleys. In this environment you will visit several family businesses where high quality, healthy and natural wines are produced while getting to know the history of each wine project and the people who carry it out. This is a great experience for those who want to discover a new place with all of their senses, enjoy good company and learn more about the fascinating world of wine.
* You will need to be 18 or older in order to join the Calamuchita Wine Roads tour.