Capilla del Monte

Capilla del Monte, Argentina

Hotels in Capilla del Monte

Capilla del Monte Accommodations (7)
Los Tres Gomez Capilla del Monte

Los Tres Gomez Capilla del Monte

4.50 23 reviews

25 de Mayo 452, Capilla del Monte, Argentina

Kuntur Hotel Capilla del Monte

Kuntur Hotel Capilla del Monte

3.00 8 reviews

Falucho 121, Capilla del Monte, Argentina

Hotel Luna Serrana Capilla del Monte

Hotel Luna Serrana Capilla del Monte

4.50 106 reviews

int.Lorenzi 283, Capilla del Monte, Argentina

Hotel Montecassino Capilla del Monte

Hotel Montecassino Capilla del Monte

4.50 94 reviews

Calle La Pampa 107, Capilla del Monte, Argentina

Travel Blogs from Capilla del Monte

Capilla del Monte Travel Blogs (20)
Camping and Relaxing, Capilla del Monte, Argentina travel blog

Camping and Relaxing

A travel blog entry by ingviaje

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Hey all! Another update for ya, coming a little late... Two weeks ago I signed up for a trekking adventure with a friend I met here named Shelley.  The company is called Grupo Fugate, and the way it essentially works is I paid a little bit of ...

i DID it!, Capilla del Monte, Argentina travel blog

i DID it!

A travel blog entry by ilovemonkeys

after a pretty surreal week i have spent the last few days in the small town of capilla del monte in córdoba province. i met some really ace people there - one guy, diego, spent hours teaching me about the mayan calendar, and another, ariel, gave me some ...

If these mountains could talk..., Capilla del Monte, Argentina travel blog

If these mountains could talk...

A travel blog entry by quincy_allen

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... . The mountain Cerro Uritorco is the most revered one, a small mountain only 3 km from the city. Capilla del Monte is famed around Argentina as an alleged center of paranormal phenomena and UFO sightings. They believe in aliens here...... Do do do ...

Cowboys, Hippies & UFO

Cowboys, Hippies & UFO's

A travel blog entry by andiegriffiths

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Capilla Del Monte was like stepping into an empty set of a cowboy film. The roads were dusty, the cars were old and the town was desolate. We walked to our hostel and were told that it was currently siesta time, hence the deserted streets. That afternoon ...