Hacienda Cortina

Hacienda Cortina is a small castle with two towers built between 1906 and 1920. Surrounded by gardens, classical statues, lakes and canals, it was one of the largest estates in neocolonial times belonging to Senator José Manuel Cortina, an influential politician from the first 30 years of the Republic.

At present it is a tourist center and although the dwelling house no longer exists, as it was destroyed by a fire, its ruins can be appreciated in addition to enjoying various lodging, restaurant and recreation services.