From "El Cruce" (intersection of Route No. 231 to the Nahuel Huapi Boulevard) south to the port. After passing by gendarmerie and schools through an area of parks and forests that results in an urban area leading to the port of Villa La Angostura.
There you can visit the Chapel "La Asunción" built in the 1940's. A few meters from it is the access to Messidor, residence designed by Alejandro Bustillo. The gravel road surrounds the residence that resembles a castle and comes out from the same gate.
Another option is to take from the port of the lake excursions to the Quetrihué penisula, where you can explore the peninsula on foot, by bicycle or on horseback (12 km route to the forest of the Myrtles).
To get there you take the gravel road from the West Port. The trail goes into the lush forest that leads to Laguna Verde, a municipal reserve. On its surface there are insects and waterfowl, while in its depths develop the puyén and Patagonian silverside, two protected species.
There is signage that guides the visitor as a self-guided circuit with entry and exit through the same point, indicating the species to which belong each animal.
Near the small dock there is the so called the "Myrtle of Love", a curious form acquiring a cypress and a myrtle intertwined.