Welcome to Villa La Angostura
Tucked away on the serene shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake, Villa La Angostura is a little village with a clutch of boutique hotels, favored by discerning Argentine visitors to northern Patagonia. This luxury Lake District destination has plenty to brag about, including its position on the Seven Lakes Route–a 100km+ drive through national parks and yes, past seven beautiful lakes. There’s more though: Villa La Angostura is perfectly poised for watersports, such as sailing and kayaking, as well as a mix of hikes and horseback rides, plus skiing in winter and, for more laidback types, plentiful spa sessions and fabulous dining.
Explore Villa La Angostura
Villa La Angostura is the ideal Lake District destination for visitors seeking a more boutique experience in northern Patagonia. There’s a raft of luxury resorts to choose from, many of which boast excellent spas and restaurants. In fact, Villa La Angostura is quite the gourmet star, with some seriously irresistible dining spots headed up by talented chefs, meaning fabulous meals paired with exquisite lake and mountain views. For explorers who want to really connect with nature here, the Nahuel Huapi Lake and National Park provides plenty of attractions, like boat trips, kayaking, wind-surfing and sailing; or hiking, biking and horseback riding–fishing too!
It may be small (compared to the vast Nahuel Huapi), but Los Arrayanes National Park is a treasure trove of myrtle forests that are 600 years old.
Studded on the route known as the ‘Seven Lakes’, Villa La Angostura makes for a great starting point to this incredibly scenic journey.
Within just half an hour from Villa La Angostura you can reach the ski and snowboard runs at Cerro Bayo, a boutique mountain resort.
In town you can indulge in some retail therapy, whether dipping into the boutiques of Avenida Arrayanes or browsing for handicrafts at Bahia Mansa.
There are some dazzling boutique hotels in Villa La Angostura, though wellness-seekers should be sure to stay at a spa resort: such as Las Balsas, Correntoso, El Faro, Luma or La Escondida.