This picturesque riverside resort has it all: sandy beaches, hot springs, and even a winery.
2 Esteros del Iberá
Glide in a boat across a mirror-like lagoon where capybaras splash, deer trampoline on spongy islets and thousands of birds fly overhead.
3 Estancia Santa Inés
A splendid colonial-style mansion, near its own yerba mate plantation, offering hospitality, relaxation, delicious food – and a monkey colony.
4 San Ignacio Miní
The best preserved of all the Jesuit settlements is set among impeccably mown lawns worthy of a cricket pitch.
5 Garganta del Diablo
Of the 250 waterfalls at Iguazú, the “Devil’s Throat” is the most powerful, most dramatic – and wettest.
6 Fogón de los Arrieros
Visited over the years by leading artists and artistes, Resistencia’s top culture club offers tango, folk and poetry recitals.