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Balnearios, Mina Clavero

(3.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
A shallow riverbed lined with smooth boulders and flanked by long stretches of green landscape sets the scene at Balnearios. This natural swimming pool attracts guests of all ages with its prime wading conditions. One side of the river is very shallow with a soft, sandy bank--this combined with its gentle current makes it a great play area for young children. The wading areas are dividing by a stepping-stone bridge. The opposite side of the river features depths up to 2 m (6.5 ft) for older children and adults. Plan your Balnearios visit and explore what else you can see and do in Mina Clavero using our Mina Clavero trip generator.
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  • The route to these spas is gravel, and only for those who are accustomed to the adventure, we have gone with our trusty 147 and is Bank all rises and descents to the Indian cave, grandmother teresa, the bathroom of the gods, don't forget to visit places by the opinions of others and live his own experience, Córdoba in beautiful!.
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  • A place very cute, pity the bad condition hygienic of them baths, very dirty, whereas what charge to enter. Present the complaint and the answer is that many people. Unfortunate
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  • Under the bridge where joins the Mina Clavero River with the panaholma is the best place. warm water and beautiful sandy beaches for those who like sunbathing, central resort is more broad but not so cute, of course they offered umbrellas for rent, almost there is no shade in the area.
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