There are other more lively towns in the Traslasierra and Valle de Calamuchita with more services, but Nono gets the nod precisely because of its low-key nature and lack of fuss. For a town that makes its living from tourism, everything is refreshingly unaffected, save that there's little sign of the donkey-breeding industry that tourism replaced. Nono's center is the main road that joins the larger towns of Mina Clavero to the north and Villa Dolores to the south, with a hint of a grid system on either side, but most of the town is stretched out along dirt tracks that follow the rivers and streams toward the hills.
Nono at a Glance
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