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The Weather in Villa La Angostura
This is the climate diagram in Villa La Angostura. In the next 6 months, January will have higher average temperatures. July is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 28°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Relax amid nature at a Villa La Angostura vacation home
A Villa La Angostura rental villa provides a cozy base from which you can explore the natural beauty of Patagonia.
Restaurants with a view
Located at the edge of the water on Manzano Bay, Delfina gives a unique take on fresh, local food. The restaurant is set inside a historic house with a cozy ambiance. Make reservations to sit on the outside terrace for al fresco dining with a stunning view of the lake.
Restaurant Del Puerto is a family restaurant with good food at fair prices. Overlooking San Patricio Bay, it serves up typical Argentinean cuisine. While they're known for their meat dishes, they also have vegetarian options.
Enjoying natural beauty with kids
It's only a short hike to Waterfall Rio Bonito, making it the perfect destination if you’re traveling kids. Walk along the path through the forest, and enjoy the views from panoramic viewpoints along the way. Children will love seeing the waterfall.
Meaning "Big Mirror Lake," Lago Espejo Grande has calm waters that reflect the magnificent scenery. Surrounded by mountains and rainforest, this lake has secluded beaches where you can relax and take in the views. Swimming is easy on the tranquil lake waters, so beginner swimmers can also join in the fun.
Rare forests and rock climbing adventures
Los Arrayanes National Park is named for the arrayán tree, a unique species found in the area. Some of the trees in the park are over 600 years old. There are also many animal residents, including deer, small foxes, and many birds.
If the sight of the mountains makes you feel like doing some climbing, you can do so at La Piedra Recreation Center. Aside from rock climbing, they also have rappeling and tours of the forest on all-terrain vehicles. Located only two miles outside of town, this day trip will add some adrenaline to your vacation.
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