Its main tourist circuits are:
*Vineyards and Winery Roads
To visit its wineries, where more than a million hectolitres of wine are produced per year, allows you to admire the great range of varietals, product of the work of men helped by an ideal soil.
* Olive Roads
In Junín it is possible to visit different olive oil factories, where the high technology coexists with the artisan traditions of the immigrants. The tourist has the possibility of tasting different types of oil. There are extensive and centennial plantations of olive trees.
* Health Roads
The tourists can enjoy the benefits of spa, and in that way rest and recover their energies while they enjoy incredible landscapes of vineyards, olive groves and fruit trees orchards.
* Rural Tourism
Somewhat away from downtown, it is possible to lodge in a typical large farmhouse, surrounded by an old garden.
In the Department of Junín there are various cuisine options, with fast food restaurants, barbecue places, or exquisite regional food.
* Historical Solar Molino Orfila
Due to its historical and religious value, it is a museum that the tourists cannot omit a visit on their trip. It was the first flourmill of the region; it was constructed under the order of General José de San Martín, around the year 1818, next to the Acéquia de la Patria, to irrigate the vineyards of the area. There also was one of the provincial sanctuaries in honour to San Cayetano. Moreover, the breeding of Peruvian horses should also be included in the tourist proposal.
* Sport Activities, numerous traditional celebrations and many places to visit, invite the tourists to travel around this land in the East of Mendoza. Among them are:
The water reservoir Gobernador Tiburcio Benegas.
The departmental square Juan Bautista Alberdi.
The Isidoro Bousquet street.
The historical monument Los Barriales.
The Capilla de la Luz, in Los Barriales.
The Departmental Harvest Festival. (February)
The Ham and the Homemade Bread Festival. (March)
The Celebration of the Patron Nuestra Señora del Rosario. (October 7)