At the end of a eucalyptus lined driveway, an elegant 100-year old mansion welcomes travelers. Representing the art of hospitality dear to the Fenestraz family, the rooms and suites are a model of comfort and refinement.
From the large 100 hectare park to the spa and pool, everything has been designed to offer guests total relaxation. With its large fireplace and clay oven, the House of Jasmines dining room, La Table specializes in Argentinean cuisine showcasing regional produce. House of Jasmines is also the perfect starting point to explore the natural wonders of northern Argentina.
In a specially arranged area of 300m², the House of Jasmines’ spa allows for revitalizing after a long trip or a day of hiking. There is a sauna, hammam, three treatment rooms and two relaxation areas. We offer a selection of detox drinks and teas. Our professional practitioners offer different types of massage : relaxing, draining, hot stone, Thai and reflexology. Outside, the heated pool allows you to continue to relax while enjoying the magical view of the Andes.
Two 18-hole courses are located nearby the House of Jasmines estancia.
The Wine Route
At 1500 metres and a mountain climate combing cool wind, arid ground and an abundance of sun, the Salta region has a robust wine identity.
The Andes and its Handcrafts
Whether it is products woven from alpaca wool, pottery, jewelry or wooden objects, the Andean handcrafts shine by the richness of the coloured patterns that represent the entire rainbow spectrum.
Quebrada de Humahuaca
Direction north, towards the province of Jujuy and the UNESCO World Heritage Site site of Quebrada de Humahuaca.
Situated in the Calchaquies Valleys and on the banks of the Chuscha Rio, the colonial city of Cafayate is a two hour drive from Salta.
Train to the Clouds
The Tren de las Nubes (train to the clouds) begins its climb up the Andes at Salta.
Salta La Linda
In the heart of the Lerma valley, Salta is located at the eastern base of the Andes.