Patagonia, Thursday, December 18, 2014

Villa La Angostura

Villa La Angostura: Otoño - Photo: Marcelo Sola
Villa La Angostura: Otoño - Photo: Jorge González
More than coquettish, Villa La Angostura seems to come right out of a fairy tale, gnomes and goblins included. In the heart of the mountain range, surrounded by ancient forests, rivers and lakes, this is the ideal site for a rest.

Located in the Province of Neuquén, 110 kilometers away from San Martín de los Andes, and just 76 kilometers away from San Carlos de Bariloche (Province of Río Negro), this small mountain village on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi features excellent accommodation and gastronomic services to welcome visitors all year round.

Its mountain and cabin architecture seduces all those who come along.
Lovers of fishing large trout know that Villa La Angostura is a mythical place. A few kilometers away from the city, the mouth of the Correntoso River is ideal to catch these specimens.

During the winter, the city welcomes thousands of tourists that approach Mount Bayo to enjoy their favorite pastime: ski and winter sports.

In the fall, its trees are painted in ocher, yellow, orange and red. In the winter, the snow covers it all. Spring awakes wildlife, whereas the summer gives way to recreational activities.

Beaches, forests and mountains. Everything in one place.
 
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InterPatagonia - Touristic Information about Villa La Angostura, Patagonia, Argentina: Introduction
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