This town located in the Valles Calchaquíes. It is outstanding for its wine production, especially the Torrontés, generating excellent harvest for its privileged climate, which is characterized by its healing qualities for respiratory affections.
It is a zone of archaeological richness, due to the presence of vestiges of diaguita people, such as cave paintings and the famous San Isidro's Caverns. It has several museums, such as the Rodolfo Bravo, where it is possible to find remains of the culture of these antique people.
Other places to visit are the gully of the Las Conchas River, with its interesting sandy formations, the waterfalls of the Rio Colorado, and the San Teresita Hill.
Other attractions are the tour of the Tren a las Nubes, the handcraft market, and the multiple wine warehouses to visit.
Attractions: Natural areas, archaeology, handicraft, gastronomy, cultural tours, enotourism.
Activities: Excursions, hiking, trekking, historical tours.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Road 68. Airway, to Salta Airport.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, food.
Surroundings: Salta, Cachi.