Pinamar (photo: Pablo Etchevers)
The Seaside Region in the Atlantic Coast of the Province of Buenos Aires summons visitors not only in the warm summer months but also during the rest of the year. Offering first-class accommodation options and tourist services, this is a proposal to be enjoyed to the utmost.
Starting at San Clemente del Tuyú, where Río de la Plata joins the sea, up to the seaside districts that follow one another to the south of Bahía Blanca, a landscape where beaches, sand hills and forests are combined with small villages may be appreciated. Each of them has its particular traits.
Classic cities like San Bernardo, Pinamar, Valeria del Mar, Villa Gesell and Mar del Plata are chosen by the youth to plan their summer vacations. Their nightlife and avant-garde day activities capture the attention of visitors who are watching out for adrenaline all the time.
However, other sites invite travelers to relax and forget about the world at their spas, cabins and resorts. The favorite destinations among couples and families are Mar de las Pampas, Las Gaviotas and Cariló, but the list is endless and other destinations such as Claromecó, Monte Hermoso, Mar Azul or Reta are becoming part of it, as they offer more recreational possibilities to enjoy.
Just looking at a map of the Atlantic coast will help us realize that there is practically no distance between one district and the next. The emergence of the new seaside settlements gives evidence that the beach was, is and will continue to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in Argentina.
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With modern urbanization, versatility and spendid beaches, Mar del Plata is the ideal tourist destination in the Atlantic Coast corridor.
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