It is the oldest country store in the entire region and its name makes reference to the two ancient ombú trees that stand in the access path.
It has been opened for more than two hundred years and it continues to serve as the meeting point for the gauchos, who go there to get their groceries, hear the latest news, play card games, outdoor bocce ball or pool games.
Doña Elsa, the owner, will provide details of the early history of the place, including the adventures of Juana, chief of the black people’s to

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Camino a Andonaegui, paraje Puerto Chenaut



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Best when:

Walking in open air
With kids
On rainy days