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On a rather cloudy day, we visited Cabo Polonia and Punta del Diablo. Don't miss Polonia, and don't worry if you miss Punta del Diablo. We drove into town, parked, and walked around the little streets. It was a Sunday so there was a very...More
This gem of a place is east of Montevideo, 45 minutes drive south of the border between Uruguay and Brazil. If you're after chic with boutique hotels and restaurants this isn't for you but if you want something really different with beautiful beaches and views...More
Punta de Diablo is a small town with a lot of cabanas, which are empty in winter. During the weekends there a few more people around. A few beautiful beaches and National Park St. Tereza surround the town. That is great for hiking and cycling....More
Punta del Diablo is the most amazing place I've ever been to. The culture is relaxed and chill, no one is stressing and the weather is always pretty much amazing. The beaches are big and clean, there's fresh fruits in the markets, all kind of...More
The beach is beautiful and all the infrastructure around looks like it's going to fall a part but they are so colorful and the people are so nice, that it became part of the experience. The architecture is impressive and don't expect to find a...More
Loved the relaxed Hippie style nature of the place. Great warm Ocean water. The people were very friendly and a few spoke English too. The Artisan market is being rebuit after a fire but I can guarantee you once its up it will be magical...More
It's a beutiful beach, although I prefer small beaches. The only problem is the cold water, but this is great after running or to pratice sports
There are many restaurants and attractions in the night. Maybe the favorite place for brazilian people in Uruguay.
Punta del Diablo is a relaxing fishing village in the south east of Uruguay! Its blue water, sandy beaches and relaxing atmosphere can make the best place to have the most relaxing and colourful holidays ever (only if you don't visit it in January when...More