The San Esteban National Park is located in Carabobo, Venezuela. The park lies on the Northeastern part of Carabobo and it links with the Henri Pittier National Park of Aragua. Both are natural reservation areas. The park was created in 1987 and it is 445 square kilometres. It lies in the municipalities of Guacara, Naguanagua, Puerto Cabello and San Diego.
The park includes Solano Castle at Puerto Cabello. It also protects other historical areas including "The Way of the Spanish," a path between Puerto Cabello and Valencia, and its arched bridge; the town of San Esteban; the home of national hero Bartolomé Salom; the "Indian Salt Way" between Patanemo and Guacara; and the petroglyphs of Tronoconero's "Painted Stone."
Castle of Solano
Village of San Esteban
The house of General Bartolomé Salom
The old colonial road or 'Road of the Spaniards' that used to link Valencia with Puerto Cabello
The bridge of Paso Hondo on the San Esteban river
The Indian Road of the Salt between Patanemo and Guacara
The Hacienda Quinta Pimentel
The thermal baths and spa centre of Las Trincheras