Mendoza extends over a vast territory of 148.827 km2 located in the central west of Argentine Republic at the foot of the Andes, the highest in America.
The province can be reached by air or by land via routes 40 and 143 Mendoza crossing from North to South, and route 7, the bioceanic corridor that runs the country from east to west connecting Buenos Aires to Santiago de Chile.
The climate is pleasant, warm and with little rain. The sun has a covenant with this land, and converts the cleanness of the skies in an added attraction for visitors. These climatic conditions coupled with the experience of rivers of melting and the work of man has transformed the desert soil into an urban and rural oasis where it is pleasant to live.