Its wine tradition has been passed on by the pioneers to the present generation. Luján de Cuyo is a synonym for good wine and prodigious lands that have combined wineries and alternative lodging. Thus, visitors have the chance to spend the night at family venues and get to know the daily routines of winegrowing.
In addition to this ideal proposal to enjoy with the family, alone or in a group, there is the chance to cycle around a circuit made up by wineries and family businesses devoted to winemaking, olive oil making and other products that are becoming more and more popular inside national and international markets.
As far as landscapes are concerned, Luján de Cuyo is nestled inside a beautiful vast valley surrounded by mountains on the horizon. At the same time, its favorable micro climate makes it an excellent tourist destination year round.
History and culture are breathed in its streets and the façade of some of the houses give evidence of the golden days this area went through.
The most traditional wineries in the country are located at this district and its tourist attractions are the most significant in Mendoza, including Mount Aconcagua, Puente del Inca, Villavicencio, and the Redeeming Christ. Luján de Cuyo is a must visit from every point of view.