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This is one of the most beautiful places I have been. Untouched nature and no shops or tourism spots around. Get there by bus from Mendoza but be careful since the bus is not going frequently. Better ask the driver.
One of the greatest things of Mendoza is that it has very different sceneries, in short distances between each other. Potrerillos offers beautiful views, and they have a series of miradores where the car can park and you can make a quick stops for enjoying...More
Where locals go for summer, spring and holidays.
Tons of outdoor activities, kayak, kitesurfing, windsurfing, cliff jumping, trail running, MTB, and camping.
Lots of fun but there are no services around but a Gas Station and few little koisks
Potrerillos is gorgeous! Such a beautiful spot to stop off for selfies. You can capture the pretty lake, the snowy mountains, or even turn around and take pictures of the beautiful rocky landscape on the other side. So many beautiful angles.
Potrerillos Dam is something so incredible you'd think it wasn't man made. the water is crystal clear, it is such a tranquil place you can forget time. on the con side the infrastructure around the Dam needs some touch up, depending on the time of...More
On one side of the dam you have the Cacheuta area with restaurants and natural hot springs, and on the other the Potrerillos reservoir with kayaking, wind surfing, picnicing and fishing. With the new tunnel complete you can drive up to Cacheuta and then to...More
I haven’t seen anyone swimming or even practicing any activity at the Potrerillos Dam. Perhaps you should try Termas de Cacheuta.
At the Mendoza river there are some activities, such as canoeing, and rafting