The Patagonian Beaches
corridor, in the Provinces of Río Negro
, offers an excellent touristic combination, where kilometers of temperate waters and a variety of landscapes mingle with majestic cliffs, dunes, shoals, with countless fishing as well as sports and recreational possibilities.
These coasts present an extraordinary diversity where sandy or muddy beaches alternate with pebble accumulations, quartz rock massifs or abrupt cliffs.
The coastline has an extension of 4,500 km. The cold current called the Falkland Current, which flows to the North, meets with the warm Current of Brazil, with its subtropical species of animals.
The most renowned city in this area is Puerto Madryn
, known as the starting point for most of whale watching tours.
This corridor joins different cities as well as routes and provincial roads through National Route Nº 3 to get to all the beaches in this region.
Total: 1575 tours and excursions.
Among its many attractions, the Punta Delgada Lighthouse has an exclusive beach inhabited by a colony of elephant seals.
Eating lamb like a king, riding on horseback with the family and enjoying an educational farm for children. Where? Minutes away from Puerto Madryn. A real must!
Every year, thousands of visitors come along to Punta Tombo in order to see the Magellanic penguin continental colony, one of the most fascinating shows put up by Nature on...
Inside the Península Valdés Natural Reserve, the Valdés Cove features the most varied sea fauna.