In this opportunity we will leave Córdoba by the National Route N°9 until we arrive at Colonia Caroya, which is occupied by descendants of immigrants from the north of Italy, and famous for its handmade salami. There we will visit the Estancia Jesuítica de Casa de Caroya, which served as a summer residence for the students of the school of Montserrat.
Then we will go to Jesús María where Estancia Jesuítica San Isidro Labrador is located, a pioneer in the production of wine in the region. We will continue visiting the region also known for its Taming and Folklore festival and we will visit the historical Posta de Sinsacate and the place of Barranca Yano, where the caudillo Facundo Quiroga was murdered. Then we will arrive at the Estancia de Santa Catalina, known for the impressive beauty of its baroque church.
We will continue touring the Sierras Chicas, passing by the picturesque towns of Ascochinga, La Granja, Villa Animi, Agua de Oro, Salsipuedes and Río Ceballos, and will return to Córdoba along Provincial Route E-53.