Claromecó - Photos: Jorge González
Main tourist center in the Tres Arroyos District, Claromecó is located in the south of the Atlantic Coast in Buenos Aires. Its 100 kilometers of fine sandy beaches and warm waters rich in iron and iodine offer the option to enjoy a well-deserved rest amidst the large dunes, suitable to practice all kinds of tours and journeys.
This region is well known as the "fishers' paradise" since it has a varied ichthyic richness and being sport fishing the main activity to enjoy. Among the activities you can enjoy in the beach, you will find rowing, surfing, windsurfing, cannoeing, kayaq and water skiing. You can also practise soccer, tennis, paddle, volleyball and horse riding in the different recreational centers in the beach.
In Claromecó, you can walk along the Ocean Drive, the main square framed by María Auxiliadora Chapel, the Regional Museum and the Craftmen´s Fair. 2 km away from the city center, rises the Claromecó Lighthouse, which is 54 m high and the second highest lighthouse in South America. You can admire a beautiful view of the area from there.
Other attractions you cannot miss are Claromecó Stream, the Immaculate Conception Cave , the 7 waterfalls excursion, Dunamar Residential neighbourhood and Bellocq Forest Station that is an ideal place to enjoy picnics, hiking, cycling and horse riding. Golf lovers can practice this sport in Santana Country Club which has a beautiful 9-hole circuit in an undulating lawn crowded with pine trees.