It could be considered the "Punta del Este" of Patagonia, were it not that, unlike the Uruguayan city, the low profile is standard and rustic style, a term for those who moved into their landscapes.
Villa La Angostura , one of the most beautiful in the country, the largest number of inhabitants per square meter ABC1. Powerful businessmen (Roemmers, Sielecki, Garfunkel, among others) who arrive in private jets, and even ski at Cerro Bayo followed closely by their custodians.
Tourism. Precisely, this quality of "high-end resort" makes it the ideal place for the development of the renowned "Patagonian cuisine", a style of cooking was born several years ago, encouraged by the trend of using the ingredients in the dishes Hand over the place of origin.
The Patagonian cuisine appreciated meats like lamb or guanaco, trout, red fruits so typical South, mushrooms, pine nuts and even the traditional production of apples and pears. In parallel, the national tourism administration, through INPROTUR (National Institute of Tourism) an official and private joint body responsible for disseminating the benefits outside of Argentina, has among its lines of work the gourmet tourism, a proposal that reassesses cuisine from every corner of Argentina.
Other links of interest:
- Municipality of Villa La Angostura
- Villa La Angostura Statistics Provincial Directorate of Statistics and Census