Nestled within a scene featuring hills and cliffs on the banks of the Paraná River, the "white city" of Diamante offers delightful sites to behold, relax or enjoy adventure sports, depending on the taste of each visitor.
The urban grid contains buildings of historical significance, such as the Municipal Palace, the Police Station, the Parish, the Court of Justice and Banco de la Nación Argentina. All of them boast academic ornaments and line the main reference point in the district: San Martín Square.
The cliffs at Diamante reach almost 15 meters of height and enable visitors to catch a glimpse of the majestic Paraná River, especially the area preceding the delta, with magnificent views of islands and islets, ideal to relish incredible sunsets.
The municipal beach, known as Valle de la Ensenada, lies a few meters away from the city. It has a beautiful artificial lake surrounded by 80 hectares of thick woodland. This is a perfect spot to practice hiking, cycle-tourism, horseback riding, ATV riding or nautical activities in the water body.
Diamante has a Nautical Club with an outstanding sandy beach on the shores of the Paraná River where sports such as sailing, rowing and windsurfing, as well as football, tennis, volleyball or paddle tennis are available.
The city port welcomes overseas vessels of great size coming from different countries. Visitors may go on an amusing tour around the area or take part in diverse fishing contests that span most fish species dwelling in the waters of Entre Ríos.
Pre-Delta National Park is situated 4 kilometers south of Diamante. Its vegetation is divided into three well-divided environments, namely: gallery forest, inner ponds and bog islands, where outdoor life is enjoyed making an unusual kind of contact with these three faces of Nature.