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Quinta Rolón, ⚜️ We make you feel at home

Entire home
hosted by Asterio
  1. 16 guests
  2. 4 bedrooms
  3. 16 beds
  4. 5 baths
Self check-in
You can check in with the doorman.
Unwind in the jacuzzi
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The property is located 46000 meters from the center of the summer city of Piribebuy Enchanting environment,full of nature in the best style, with more than 200 fruit trees for the delight of the stay. Located on a paved road close to all amenities of downtown Piribebuy. 30,000 m2 of park.
Large 11-metre-long pool by 4, plus children's areas with whirlpool

The space
Cozy and comfortable new residence. 4 bedrooms in suite one main,whirlpool,full air conditioning. Finely decorated and conditioned for 16 people. Environment surrounded by nature. A unique place with all the luxury and comfort waiting for the holidays. Bicycles,hammocks, ping-pong games, football playground, satellite TV, a world of fruit trees for enjoyment. Fresh and charming evenings in a spacious gallery with barbecue grill. Clothes,dishwasher, microwave.High speed internet

What this place offers

Hot tub
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Long term stays allowed
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm
Unavailable: Smoke alarm

Where you’ll be

Piribebuy, Cordillera, Paraguay

Full nature, surrounded by streams,hills,restaurants,amenities needed for a good stay.
Different activities in the environment that can be carried out.

It is the main attraction offered by the Mbatovi Reserve. It consists of a series of activities that are carried out at the top of the trees and in some cases above.
It offers fun with lots of adrenaline and total safety, with the support of specialized instructors and state-of-the-art equipment with international certification. It includes the 2,000-metre-long Yvaropy Trail, four hanging bridges mounted over subjugating vegetation and enchanting creeks, a breathtaking 105-meter-long stretch of Tyrolean that allows you to “fly” over the forest to 40 metres above sea level, and a roped descent (rappel) through a natural wall of more than 20 metres amidst lush inland Atlantic forest.

No previous experience is required, but good physical condition is required.
Salto Pirareta, a wonder of nature in the midst of oblivion, is located in Piribebuy, Cordillera Department, Paraguay. Its name comes from the guarani "pyre=fish and challenge=country", it would be something like a country of fish, and refers to that; since they could not ascend the waterfall they accumulated in the place since it is the first largest waterfall on the Yhaguy River. Nearby and on the same property there is also the "Pira Pass", through which the Allied army would have crossed during the Triple Alliance War on its way to the third capital of the Republic; Piribebuy. In the same place, Mcal Lopez celebrated one of his birthdays, along with Madame Lynch and American Ambassador McMahom, it was once also thought that Mcal's treasures would be hidden in one of the underwater caves. It is currently on private property and access is restricted to the public.

SWEET SANCTUARY NAME OF JESUS The Sweet Name of Jesus National
Sanctuary was erected and completed in 1753 in honor of the Holy Christ of Miracles. This church is also called Ñandejara Guazú. The construction is due to the work of the parish priest of that time, Master Don Gaspar de Medina.

Due to its size compared to other mountain churches and other parts of the country, it was also known as the Guazú Chapel (large chapel).

The temple of Franciscan origin also includes Jesuit traces, so it is possible that some people from or followers of the Order to which Saint Ignatius of Loyola belonged worked during its construction and this can be seen in the pulpit, in the shrine and in the confessionals who have the abbreviations JHS, referents of the Society of Jesus. Its hand-carved altarpiece is one of the many beautiful church altarpieces in the country.

It was declared a National Sanctuary in 1942 by the Archbishop of Paraguay at the time, Juan Sinforiano Bogarín.

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