Nestled in the rolling green foothills of the Córdoba countryside, the small town of Santa Catalina is most known for the expansive Jesuit missions from which it takes its name. The largest of the estancias on the ‘Jesuit Road,’ the church and missions at Santa Catalina were originally constructed in the early 17th century, featuring a splendid baroque facade and beautiful patios and interiors. In addition to its historical allure, the idyllic wide-open landscapes of Santa Catalina form the perfect backdrop for gorgeous sunsets, horseback riding and pure relaxation.
Estancia El Colibri
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