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Mendoza Tourism Traveling Malargue

Mendoza is a beautiful province that is worth travels and learn. The advantage of the hotel in Mendoza is that it is very well developed, especially in places that are considered tourist attractions, such as the Department of Malargue. It is located at 420 km away from the capital and is a nice apartment that provides a great range of activities, and has a very particular microclimate, which allows the practice of all kinds of outdoor sports. Because of this, Malargue, was declared Capital of the adventure tourism. The region of Malargue is characterized by its rugged geography.

There comes the name of Malargue meaning corral de piedra, by strange rock shapes that seemed natural corrals where local aborigines took their cattle to graze. The region lends itself to the cross-country trips, whether in motor vehicle, bicycle, horseback, or simply walking. The area is ideal for the practice of the Rappel, which involves climbing steep rocky walls with the aid of harnesses with ropes. A. 20 kilometres from the city of Malargue are the castles of Pincheira. Them put castles because of the whimsical way with which the erosion of the climate has worked the mountain slopes, creating true castles. Pincheira castles is a mythical place, where the popular fantasy and history intertwine to create the most incredible stories. They say Pincheira was the surname of a few brothers, bandits who harassed the area towards the end of the 19th century.

The castles were his favorite retreat to hide from authorities who were after them. The area they run the Malargue River and the Pincheira stream. The place is a nature reserve, where the tourist will find lots of proveedurias, hostels, and camping sites and where you will find everything necessary for the realization of the aforementioned adventure sports. From the town you must cross by a rustic bridge cable and wood to gain access to the castles. There you can see remains of local Indian cultures and archaeological relics, such as arrowheads and ceramic artifacts. The region is perfect for those who like wildlife photography, given that the biodiversity of flora and local fauna lend themselves beautifully, along with the incredible landscape, to achieve the most beautiful shots. A separate paragraph deserves the gastronomy of the zone. It is impossible to spend the holidays in Mendoza without trying the local goat, true delicacy that melts in the mouth, and makes us believe that we have never tried the meat until that moment. Original author and source of the article

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