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We stayed in Punta Del Diablo for 4 nights at the end of August, hired bicycles and rode to Santa Teresa. It is a very flat easy ride along the highway, approximately 4km from the centre of Punta.
Admission to the national park is free,...More
This would be a great place for families to visit. There are many places to camp, though, from what we understand, there are not enough toilets to accommodate all the campers. Aside from that, there are lots of green spaces in which to chill, and...More
The perfect balance between nature and turism. Width and long beaches, laberintic forestes, brave ocean, historic place, nice people, home of uruguayan wild fauna and flora.
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Approx. an hour and a half from Cabo Polonio, La Pedrera and La Paloma, we had not even registered this lovely site when we made our travel itinerary. Fortunately we were directed by locals to go for a day visit. It ended being absolutely, without...More
Great historical place on the coast of Uruguay by the border with Brazil. Old fortress used to defend the Spaniards colony from the Portuguese invaders. Was taken once and again by either one or the other army until finally was forgotten under the sand dunes....More
This park is great, it ranges from a camping ground to a surfers getaway so it gets a lil more busy in the weekends. The beaches are beautiful but the sea is too cold and strong to get in so you better just stay on...More
Free to enter, the Playa Grande is the main feature. The fort is also here (30 peso admission). They also have a lookout tower and and interpretative walking trail. Lots to do, and lots of places to just get away and be alone.
We were visiting the Fortaleza fort and our guide asked if we wanted to see the zoo that was in the park. I was doubtful but since we already there we agreed. I was surprised by how many animals they had, but the best part...More