Entre Ombues y Tilos - Casas de Campo

Address: Calle Los Ombues 209, Tandil, Province of Buenos Aires, Central Argentina, B7001FGE, Argentina | Campground
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This campground, located on Calle Los Ombues 209, Tandil, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Entre Ombues y Tilos - Casas de Campo Tandil

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Tandil

          A day at the estancia La Calandria Chica

          A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 13, 2013

          14 photos

          ... on a regional meeting of the association so that he could show us around. What an honor for us! In addition to telling us all about the operation of the dairy, he turned out to be a great bird spotter and really knew his birds. He and Mary got along famously despite the language barrier.

          Following the tour we returned to the main house where we joined the other 10 or so guests for a traditional asado that included ...

          Drive to Tandil

          A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 12, 2013

          ... often side-splittingly hilarious. Marianne lives in the original family home on about 2,000 ac of daily farm. The home is english-colonial style built in the 1920s of stucco on brick. Among its really cool features are 15 foot ceilings, wood floors, mostly original plumbing fixtures, and grounds that include a formal garden and a huge variety of trees. The estancia is named "La Calandria Chica" and is truly iconic of Argentine ...

          First short travel, Bs As

          A travel blog entry by sebaas on Apr 22, 2013

          Around 2 pm, then a difficult hard day in the work and because we were excited for travel that we were going to start, we stopped with our work, and we left very fast from work to bus station around in order to take a bus that brought us to Bs As, ...

          Pampas town

          A travel blog entry by ullaventham on Jan 31, 2012

          1 comment, 12 photos

          We are now in this town in the middle of the Pampas. Very different from Buenos aires. everything is very slow here but very friendly.

          Thought I do some horse riding here but it turned out to be quite expensive because you have to go out to one of the more upmarket "Estancias" quite a long way outside of town and hire the horse from there. Ideally you should stay out at one of these places but we checked and they were far to expensive for our budget...

          Instead ...

          Tandil: Reunion of friends

          A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour on Dec 01, 2010

          58 photos

          ... of the 70s and 80s they hoped things would get better but economically things have been disastrous. The total economic collapse of 2001 including a run on the banks and total devaluation of the currency was followed by an export boom which brought more misery in the form of rampant inflation. The current administration is a relic of the left-wing opposition to the military governments but they appear to be acting without logic in an effort ...