Malargüe; paradise to discover


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Here nature displays its purest and truest work. The contrast between the different landscapes reflect the passage of time and express an indescribable beauty.

Risco Plateado, an impressive 4,999 mt high volcano of unmatched beauty stands in the northwest of Malargüe

The door to the Patagonia

The south of Mendoza is made up by the largest department in the province, with a total surface of 41,317 km2. Malargüe derives from the Mapuche name Mala-Hue, "place of rock corrals"

Nestled 1,402 meters above see level, it is the northern access to the Patagonia. Surrounded by three of the most important waterways in the province, mountains, valleys and snowy winters, many of its locations are untouched by the hand of man and the local flora and fauna coexist in perfect harmony.

Getting There

The main access to Malargüe is the National Route 40 which crosses the department and is known as Avenida San Martin in the city.

Land access from various cities in Argentina and the corresponding routes are featured in this chart.