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The Intihuasi Caves are located in the Coronel Pringles Department integrating the Comechingones mountain system.

The importance of this location helps us to understand the culture of Ayampintín, because it is located between the agro-pottery cultures of the Northwest and those of hunters of the Pampa-Patagonia.
Lnti huasi means in Quechua "house of the sun".

A large arcade served as a defense against the summer sun and the winter rains .

This arcade being the driest and most luminous place of the whole cavern, should have been the meeting place of the inhabitants who had settled it in the different times.

The man came to these places when temperatures had reached such extremes that they generated a process of desertification and the Lakes Basin was greatly diminished.

The INTI HUASI disappeared to reappear 300 years later, in 5,900 BC , when the region had acquired its current physiognomy, to dedicate itself to the hunting and harvesting of fruits, such as those of the algarrobo.

From that moment, the life in the territory puntano was transformed and was reduced to the margins of the Sierras de San Luis.

Read also: Guide of spas and streams in Merlo, Sun and beautiful landscapes.

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Merlo is located in the Department of Junín, within the province of San Luis , is one of the microclimates of the world, the city with the best environmental quality in the country.

In addition to its beautiful landscapes in Merlo you can enjoy the summer in its spas and streams . Here we offer you a practical guide with its locations and characteristics so that you can enjoy the full summer in Villa Merlo .
Arroyo El Molino : 4 Km. From the center of Merlo, by Route Nº 5, in Rincon del Este.In the building there is Confectionery-Restaurant. Access to the stream: free. Towards the sierra is the Salto del Tabaquillo, waterfall of 15 meters in height.
Arroyo Pasos Malos : Climbing along the paved road from Avenida Dos Venados and continue up to the end of the road where the Godoy family property (parking is charged) and from there go down to the stream that has its springs in the Sierras de los Comechingones. You can reach the Forgotten Waterfall by going up the stream with a qualified guide.
Arroyo San Miguel : Passing Cortaderas, about 4 km further on, always by Provincial Route No. 1.Entering the street that passes to the side of the Chapel you can enter this arroyo.tiene sandy beaches and the waters are more temperate.
Read also: The 8000-year-old Intihuasi Caves are the oldest in the region.
Municipal Recreation Center of Villa de Merlo : On Avenida del Ciprés, 7 blocks from Plaza Central, this spa has: large pool and another for children, sports playground, stage, sanitary and confectionery. You can enter the property without charge but the access to the pool is charged.
Balneario Municipal El Rincón : On Av. De los Césares 2095. The flow of the Juan Perez Stream, provides water to this pool. Under the shade of the willows, on the banks of the arroyito, there are roasters, tables and sidewalks, behind the confectionery hall There is sanitarios.Se can camp by paying the stay.
Balneario Municipal El Rincón
Balneario Municipal de Carpintería: S e is located 7 Km. From Villa de Merlo, by Provincial Route No. 1 and up by pavement another 3 km. Towards the mountains, there is the spa within the campground that has: barbecue, sanitary. In season is charged entrance.
Balneario Municipal de Carpintería
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