Tunuyán offers tourist scenic valleys and canyons with awe-inspiring colours and shapes, its culture, as well as aboriginal, immigrant and liberators remains. It divides its assets in these circuits:
* Wine Circuit
This circuit, with the Andes Mountain as a frame, includes guided visits to wineries, and wine tasting of internationally rewarded wines.
* Cultural Tourism
This circuit includes museums, art exhibitions, historic sites, photography exhibitions. It is possible to visit the Museum of Natural Sciences, the Centre for Conferences and Exhibitions, the Sanmartiniana exhibition, the Archaeological Museum, the Monument Retorno a la Patria, which was aimed at perpetuating the return of General San Martin.
* Rural Tourism
For the visitor, this is a unique experience to enjoy the tradition, the landscape and the friendliness of the people, in the quiet pace that the countryside provides, with horseback rides, visits to wineries, to a traditional brewery, to fruit processing factories, fruit farms (apples, peaches, pears, cherries), or go picking organic fruits. In addition, there are folklore and crafts workshops, you can learn how to make homemade sweets, taste honey and also local foods.
* Religious Tourism
Tunuyán has an important historical and religious heritage. In this tour cultural richness, uniqueness of the landscape and spiritual peace are combined.
In this circuit there are historic chapels of over two hundred years, these are Chapel of St. Jude Thaddeus, The Immaculate Conception, Santa Rosa de Lima, San Antonio, San Cayetano. You can also appreciate the Parish of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, where there is the Cristo Roto, a relic of about four hundred and fifty years, and in the area of Manzano Histórico, the Cristo de la Hermandad, Vía Crucis de la Montaña and participate in the Fiesta de la Virgen de Copacabana.
* Adventure Tourism
In Tunuyán you will be able to enjoy: climbing at the Punta Negra, Mesón San Juan (6050 metres above the sea level), Torrecitas hills; do paragliding at Cerro El Manzano, trekking in the Chorro de la Vieja area, go on trips to Laguna del Campanario, go climbing at Cajón de Arenales, horseback riding on the San Martin Route and to the Portillo Argentino. This used to be the path used by the native people, the catechists, the mule troupes, and the European travellers, according to the chronicles of Jesuits or even the testimony of Charles Darwin, who crossed the Andes in 1935.
* Manzano Histórico
This historic site of 1500 hectares is located 40 kilometres from the city of Tunuyán and is 1200 metres above the sea level. In the nearby area there is a major salmon fishing supplier to the major mountain streams in the province. It is possible to stay in campgrounds, cabins, and to stock up in the local supermarkets and restaurants in the area.
In the midst of an impressive natural setting, there is the Monument of Retorno a la Patria, which was built in memory of the encounter of Colonel Olazábal and General San Martin, on his return from Guayaquil.
* Cristo de la Hermandad
This is a more than 150 year-old sculpture made by the artist Luis Javín Sisera in golden oak, from the lands owned by the Argentine Army in La Remonta – Campo Los Andes – Tunuyán.
Located at the intersection of RP No. 89 and RP No. 94, is 9 metres high and every year it brings together thousands of followers during the Vía Crucis with the imposing frame of the Cordillera de Los Andes.