Tierra de Palmares (Land of Palm-Tree Groves) is one of the most eye-catching regions in the country, where thousands of palm trees gather to dazzle all visitors.
Located in the East-Central region of the Province of Entre Ríos, El Palmar National Park is the focal point of the circuit and was created with the aim of preserving one of the last Yatay palm tree groves in the world.
A tourist destination like no other, its history can raise the interest of all those who see this place for the first time. Colón is one of the most beautiful cities ever. Its people, its corners and its past make it unique.
Las Palmas Carnival is a classic in San José, Villa Elisa and Colón, as well as an excellent excuse to gather and enjoy the warm summer nights of January and February.
In the City of Colón, visitors may disembark on an unspoiled island and walk through it, arrive in another island where the trees are the first colonists and, finally, end up in the rainforest.
The City of Colón offers a surprising hot springs resort, ideal to relax and rest while enjoying the sunshine and a matchless view of the Uruguay River.
Ideal for all ages, San José Hot Springs lie minutes away from the City of Colón.
Villa Elisa Hot Springs offer salt waters with unique properties just half an hour away from the City of Colón. An ideal site to rest.
It is one of the paradisiacal spots in this country. It could be said that its origins are inexplicable, divine. Its endless palm trees and sunsets make visitors fall in love.
Several nearby populations share similar features regarding their nature, lifestyle and history, but in turn have their own distinguishing traits.