Circuit with a historical evocation, done by asphalt roads and within the oasis, therefore, there is fuel and services throughout the journey.
The journey lasts for half a day. It is operable throughout the year.
In the town of San Martin, it starts at The Museo Historico las Bóvedas, which is located along the Provincial Route 50 and where used to be the former residence of General San Martin. Currently there are objects from the period and some positions of the Libertador in exhibition. There is also a Historic Olive tree, known for making shade to the General in his hours of rest. The next step is to visit the Mill Orfila and the Oratory, taking the Provincial routes 50 to the west and 63 to the south, built by the orders of San Martín. Near there, there is a winery that makes the traditional Pisada the las Reinas (the Queens stepping), in order to make the “Patero” wine (made with the feet). From there you go back to the city of San Martin.
A variation of this circuit is visiting Barriales (in Junín), the place where la Pirámide is and the historic ranch of General San Martin, along with the Capilla de la Luz which keeps some historical remains.