Welcome to San José de Jáchal
Founded in 1751 and surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, Jáchal (hah-chal) is a sleepy village with a mix of older adobes and contemporary brick houses. Jachalleros (the local residents) are renowned for their fidelity to indigenous and gaucho craft traditions; in fact, Jáchal’s reputation as the Cuna de la Tradición (Cradle of Tradition) is celebrated during November’s Fiesta de la Tradición. Except during festival season, finding these crafts is easier in San Juan.
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