Balneario Abuela Teresa, Mina Clavero

(4.2/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
Balneario Abuela Teresa is located in Mina Clavero. Plan to visit Balneario Abuela Teresa and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Mina Clavero attractions using our Mina Clavero tour planner.
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Reviews
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  • An alternative to Mina Clavero near spas. Rugged landscape and places to savour a rich goat.
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  • The way for common car, we were in a canopy is very irregular, gravel, only to do so in good weather because the road from entrance to end carries as 2 hours by a single road, charged in February $100 per car, there are horses to tour the place. The resort is next to other. If low water is boring, often have very few people. Beautiful landscapes
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  • Beautiful scenery! The great goat and an excellent bite! The only thing against delay in providing the food.
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  • There is little shade, the River was grown, the water is cold. The way to arrive is difficult, sale $150 per car. There are grills and tables to make roast. The landscape is very cute. Good and rich food.
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  • Wonderful place, tranquil beach with shallow water for the boys and also deep places like to swim and if you like to walk and climb you reach the beautiful Río hondo waterfall and you serve very well.
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  • Backwaters relaxed after a hike of medium intensity that includes detachable small. For me one of the best places in the world to enjoy the course.
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  • Beautiful spa nestled in traslasierra, natural pots, rocks and green spaces. Safety pin! The cost of entry was $25. 2017 season, the way to get is ground, sinuous and inaccessible if it has rained a lot.
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