Calamuchita Region - Córdoba

Lakes and abundant rivers in a landscape of mountains and pine trees... Regionalist, nature, adventure tourism... Good-quality services and international level cuisine...

Territory of reservoirs thanks to the number of rivers that flow down the mountains, the Valle de Calamuchita in Córdoba Province is flanked by the Sierras Chicas in the east and Sierras de Comechingones in the west, with the magnificent Cerro Champaquí (2,994 metres) as the highest peak.


Reforestation of important sectors of the area has conferred it an unique image in the province. This, reinforces the fact of having been a colonisation centre for European immigrants who tried to organise and re-establish their cultural and gastronomic traditions here, thus becoming the distinguishing feature of Calamuchita.


Fishing and every type of water recreational activities can be practised in its seven reservoirs, among which Cerro Pelado, Río III, Piedras Moras and Los Molinos should be mentioned.

The diversity in landscape offers appropriate environments for practising mountain climbing, trekking, nature, adventure and rural tourism as well as other activities related to the urban and traditional offers.

Among these offers are the national festivals: Fiestas Nacionales de la Cerveza, de la Masa Vienesa and del Chocolate Alpino in Villa General Belgrano. They are first-class attractions at provincial and national level. Snow in the highlands is what completes this tourist offer in winter.

The great variety of proposals of Villa General Belgrano, Santa Rosa, La Cumbrecita, Villa Alpina, Yacanto, Villa Rumipal, Villa del Dique and Embalse blend nature, peace and quiet, entertainment, recreation and excellence in infrastructure and services, all year round.

Territory of reservoirs thanks to the number of rivers that flow down the mountains, the Valle de Calamuchita is flanked by the Sierras Chicas in the east and Sierras de Comechingones in the west, with the magnificent Cerro Champaquí (2,994 metres) as the highest peak.

Champaqui Mountain/p>


Los Molinos Dam