Varese is a very pretty beach, which formerly was called Ingleses Beach .... Passing the Torreón del Monje, if you walk down the coast, from Plaza Colón, you will find a small area .... Protected by a breakwater, forming a water mirror ideal for sports .... That's Varese beach, peaceful even during holiday periods and not as crowded as central beaches, yet within walking distance of downtown Mar del Plata. Varese combines familiar atmosphere with sports. If you want to take walks along the waterfront, you can be at Alfar, Cabo Corrientes and the see the beautiful views at Chica beach after walking just a few blocks. For me it is the ideal beach ......
It's my place of relaxation, distraction and tranquility. I love the sound of silence, the whisper of the leaves of the forest and the harmony of the waves. It's where I let loose and live life with great joy. You can find it between the dunes. It is a romantic place, and when it´s cloudy it´s even more relaxing.
There are almost unlimited things to see and do in Claromecó, a small spa town in Tres Arroyos, south of the province of Buenos Aires on Argentina's Atlantic coast. Each time I visit I discover something new as my photos here show.
In different places, at different times, with different feelings, it thrilling to think that Argentina, my country, is wonderful. It may surprise you. You just have to go with the encounter with nature. And be yourself. From the sea to the rivers, from the plains to the mountains, Argentina has it all. Argentina: only peace.
This beach has pebbles and deep water which is only 19 km. Madryn, is one of those beaches that is characterizable because it enables us to see from the coast to one of the biggest mammals on earth. Since the launch of the season in June, sightings are happen every year. An unforgettable experience, ensuring the observation from ships equipped and secure with whale guides. It is between June and November when the tide begins to rise and whales start to appear and give birth to be the waters of this calm and quiet place. It Is a Municipal Protected Area which is guarded. The data is from the official tourism website of Puerto Madryn.
Pinamar is my sort of place. I have gone to its beaches since I was young and I have always had an amazing time, both in the summer and winter. I am lucky enough to have a summer house in Pinamar, which we enjoyed with the whole family. It's great to go to the beach after a storm and see the clouds that have not finished leaving, and through them the sun begins to appear, while the seagulls return like there was no storm at all. This photo was taken after one of these types of storms I just described.
The Valle Grande dam is located 35 km away from the city of San Rafael, Mendoza. There, not only can you enjoy an unparalleled view, but also from the lookout you can appreciate incredible white sandy beaches which are almost untouched. You can access these beaches by crossing the river by boat or catamaran, it costs about $ 15 to cross. Here you can enjoy natural scenery, it is the perfect place to relax and there are virtually no people. People who like to do water sports can do it without any problem, and also enjoy a crystal and peaceful river, surrounded by fish. They can choose to carry a tent, sandwiches, mates, umbrella and what they want and spend the night there. Some stay there for a few days. I hope someday you'll explore this beautiful city and do not forget to look out for the little beach. Greetings!
The party of Tres Arroyos is majestic, but this time I want to see pictures of dawn which also holds its own as a geographical curiosity in this locality as the sun rises and sets in the sea. The sector designated marine area is located near the mouth of the creek Claromecó and as soon as the sun peeks shyly, ships are ready to sail to try their luck with fishing. In particular, I love watching this from a far to get a good look at this set of boats, stream, sea and sun climbing the day as the city stretches. The few sounds of that time come off by the distance, metallic beats, vocals, boats towed by tractors, seagulls, sea. Everything here blends together to become like an inviting and relaxing symphony for the sights and the senses.
There are some pictures of Doradillo where whales are seen from the coast and, with great sadness, that day saw a specimen killed off the central coast of Puerto Madryn, as some number who die there or get stranded on the coast (sometimes, people and rescue workers have saved them and returned them to the sea). They don´t know the cause of death. (In Puerto Madryn you can find the central CENPAT oceanographic center where they study these cases). Some mentioned the lack of food (krill) or loss of orientation. This picture was taken on September 27, 2010 with my kodak camera.
I could go into a category of ships sunk in the same area as the Charrua wreck or the ruins of Ricles, but before it sank it left deposits on the beach, although its fate was already played. With a big crack under the waterline, the Pagrus I was mortally wounded. It is a fishing vessel with a fiber hull of 18 meters that was beached about 9 km west of the San Cayetano resort town in the area of Buenos Aires, Argentina on the Atlantic. You can not reach it by a consolidated road but access must be made in the coast, which is preferable to have a Jeep type vehicle, 4x4, quad and still others arrive on horseback. It is visited by groups that are dedicated to making journeys and adventures and outputs that include this fishery as a highlight in your itinerary. For those who have satellite locators, the approximate coordinates are: Before venturing to visit is advisable learn about the tides.
The COLON BEACHES that are found in the province of Entre Rios are a highly recommended tourist destination, especially for family vacations because you'll be surrounded by green nature wonderful and magnificent and mighty RIO URUGUAY. The conjunction of river and green landscapes, golden sands and clear sky, give this city entrerriana unique beauty. On the waterfront of URUGUAY many resorts have been built cabins, nicely installed where spend a few quiet days off. Seriously, you should really go here!
The name given to this strange, colorful and lovely beach is Piedra mala because it belongs to an area that developed over a volcano, so their sand is really just dark and gray ashes. This area has been protected from the wind by the pine trees that populate the area and there's a wild campground not far away to the delight of those who visit. From here you can walk among trees, pine and evergreens of all kinds to the Visitor Center or go to El Saltillo, in the area there is an organized campsite with all amenities inherent in a campground. The place is the beach, the other information from the campground supervisors.
Claromecó is a very small fishing town that has seen a slight population growth in recent years. You can enjoy the expansive beaches and sport fishing. Also, there is a lighthouse you can visit, as seen in the photos.