It is the last town of importance to the west of Catamarca’s Province, in the road that crosses to Chile by the San Francisco’s pass. It was founded in 1702 by Diego Frites de Carrizo, in a great valley settled in the middle of the Cordillera area.

Nowadays it’s possible to contemplate in the whole valley wide plantations of olive trees and vineyards, from which are elaborated well known regional wines. Fabrics, alpaca and llama blankets and embroidered bedspreads are other regional products more typical.

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