Red hills, covered with mate and tea plantations; extensive native woods and pine and eucalyptus plantations, all will make your visit worthwhile.
Over a century of work and care has been devoted to the gardens and parks on the premises, keeping a careful balance between native vegetation and exotic species, and subtropical plants in and around the lakes and ponds that stretch over the red soil and meet with the Iberá river.
From an architectural point of view, in addition to the characteristic neocolonial home, it is interesting to visit the chapel, whose remarkable design was the work of Catalonian artists, disciples of the great Gaudí and friends of the founder of Las Marías.
Can you imagine a better place to learn the tradition of preparing and drinking mate? Come and savor the best Argentinean tea in a relaxed environment, among friendly people who are willing to show you around and answer all your questions.