Take a walk through San Blas is a different experience, so quiet and peaceful day and night a feast of color, the rhythm of the songs of the Apus (Gods Incas) dazzles us and wraps.
13°30'54.3" latitud Sur
71°58'27.0" west longitude
Currently there are family accommodation offered to tourists and allows them to share the well-known hospitality and Andean friendship as well as their customs and food.
The most important quality of this tourist enclosure is that it contains a spectacular pulpit carved in cedar wood, which is the most striking work of artistic woodwork Churrigueresque Spanish. Its development is attributed to the architect and sculptor Juan Tomas Tuyro indigenous Túpac who produced the main altar of the temple, also Churrigueresque.