Destination guide: Villa La Angostura, Argentina
Villa La Angostura is a beautiful mountain town in the south of the Argentine province of Neuquen, very close to Bariloche. It is flanked by the beautiful Patagonian Mountain Range and the imposing Lake Nahuel Huapi in the oldest of the Argentine National Parks.
Villa La Angostura is also the gateway to the Arrayanes National Park, a natural reserve whose trees have eye-catching golden trunks.
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Villa La Angostura
An upmarket resort town on the northwestern shore of Lago Nahuel Huapi, Villa la Angostura provides accommodations and services for nearby Cerro Bayo, a small but popular winter-sports center.
It’s worthwhile stopping by in summer, too, for lake cruises and walks in the small but incredibly diverse Parque Nacional Los Arrayanes (a small peninsula dangling some 12km into the lake), and because this is the southern starting point for the breathtaking trip along the Ruta de los Siete Lagos (Seven Lakes Route).
The village consists of two distinct areas: El Cruce, which is the commercial center along the highway, and La Villa, nestled against the lakeshore, 3km to the south. Though La Villa is more residential, it still has hotels, shops, services and, unlike El Cruce, lake access.
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