Leave Córdoba on Route 9 on your way to Colonia Caroya, which is inhabited by descendants of immigrants from northern Italy.
What to Expect
Leave the city of Córdoba on Route 9 N on your way to Colonia Caroya, which is inhabited by descendants of immigrants from northern Italy. Visit the Estancia Jesuítica Casa Caroya, which served as the summer residence of the college students of Monserrat.
Then visit Jesus Maria which is famous for its festival of doma and folklore, where you find the Jesuit Estancia of San Isidro Labrador, a pioneer of winemaking in the region. Continue and go to historic Posta Sinsacate and Barranca Yaco where the leader Facundo Quiroga was killed.
Arrive at the Estancia Santa Catalina known for its beautiful baroque church. Continue along the Sierras Chicas by passing through the beautiful towns of Ascochinga, La Granja, Villa Animi, Agua de Oro, Salsipuedes, and Rio Ceballos.
Return to Córdoba by Route E-53.
09:00 am pick-up from the hotel. The tour begins.
• Colonia Caroya
• Jesuit Estancia Casa de Caroya
• Jesuit Estancia San Isidro Labrador in Jesus Maria
• La Barranca Yaco, where Facundo Quiroga was killed
• Estancia Santa Catalina
7:00 pm drop off at the hotel
- Spanish/English guide
What's Not Included
- Museum tickets
- Food and beverages
- Any personal expenses
Know Before You Go
The tour requires a minimum of two passengers.