Today, our theme is Quila Quina Village and Around Trip.
San Martín de los Andes is a tourist destination in the south west of Argentina. You have so many tour options from here. One of this tour options is Quila Quina Village and Around Trip.
The village is located in Neuquén, in the northwest of Argentinian Patagonia at the south east shore of Lácar Lake. It is famous with it’s peaceful and pretty beach. Area is 17 km far from San Martín de los Andes and only 647 meters above sea level
The round ticket by catamarán to the beach (45 min) is U$ 14,67. You can also go by car taking the famous national route 40 and enjoy the fantastic views (30 min). After 16 km you arrive to the village.
Beach is very well kept, very nice and very clean place. An entrance fee is charged plus, children under 12 years old do not pay (180 Peso (February 2020)).
Ideal for hanging out with your friends and family.
It is a beautiful place with (at least) three types of options: a busy beach with bar and pier service, a small number of people and a very familiar small area and a windy area (ideal beach for sailing) and a third mixed participation from the wind (family and youth groups).
The water in the three areas is transparent and includes ducks that are almost friendly to humans. I recommend you to get away from the pier a bit, because everyone is there, there is enough beach to go to a quiet place.
The Region is a peninsula and the road allows you to travel in just 3 km, so the best way to know it is walking.
You can aim to discover the wonders of the ares and learn also about its indigenous Mapuche culture.
As you can imagine, the landscape here is also dreamy about the coast of Lácar Lake which also has camping area (Camping Quila Quina), a small dock (Muelle Quila Quina) and a restaurant (Nehuen Piuque Restauran)…..just a nice walk if you want to enjoy nature in Argentina.
There you can find the Rio Grande River with a deep bluish green colour and Cascada QUILA QUINA..
You can take your photos near the river , swim at beach and stay at Camping Quila Quina. Don’t miss the walk to the waterfall. Here is Quila Quina. See you in new posts…