The Port of Comodoro Rivadavia stands out for its constant activity. A visit to its facilities let us catch a glimpse of a South American Sea Lion colony from a close distance.
Seeing the extensive urban grid of Comodoro, its sea shore and discovering its cultural and historical heritage contributes to finding out its authentic idiosyncrasy.
The ample sandy sea littoral of Rada Tilly summons windcar enthusiasts. This adventure sport certainly guarantees adrenaline.
The Oil National Museum revives the history of this hydrocarbon that changed the life of all Argentinians after several visionary entrepreneurs carried out its exploitation and industrialization.
Mount Chenque has a privileged location in the map of Comodoro Rivadavia and its summit features an exceptional 360-degree panoramic view.
The population of Rada Tilly actively enjoys the presence of the sea: they take advantage of the beaches and the quietness of the cliffs to give full rein to their sports spirit year round.
The Railway Port Museum shelters anecdotes that give evidence of the two economic pillars upon which the growth of the region was based: trains and ships.
A visit to the Regional Museum in Rada Tilly provides knowledge about the first denizens of the area and the chance to admire a replica of a cave featuring prehistoric paintings.
Punta del Marqués is a headland that invites everyone to walk facing the wind in order to come close to a wild untouched natural scene.
Comodoro Rivadavia displays its development through several tours based on themes that reveal the birth, growth and present life of the city.