Atlantida Beach is one of my favorite places to relax and by close to nature. In it's clean beaches and clear water you can spend unforgettable days, and at evening and sunset, the show before your eyes is incredible.
It was in 2006 when I went for the first time, as since I studied architecture, it always interested me. We were in a group and our attempt to get there was unsuccessful because no one knew how to get there. No matter with what directions, we always ended up in the same place. It was the second time I went that I had more success and I could finally explore this brick wonder that leaves its condition and merges into undulating ceiling and walls, where light penetrates in a precise and lovely way. It was ingeniously constructed. There's no denying the ambition and innovation of technology. The same goes for the way to get there. That's why the first time we went, nobody knew how to guide us. It's a wonderful work. A place of peace, even though the construction technique has required great ingenuity and complexity, the atmosphere is just lovely, charming, thought-provoking and worth admiration.
The Eagle is in the Department of Canelones, Gold Coast, Spa Villa Argentina. It's a building dating back to the time of WWII with lots of stories about its creation and use. There you can see spectacular sunsets accompanied by the sound of gentle waves breaking against the rocks. You can get here from route Interbalnearia (km 44) or from the Rambla de Atlantida.
This is where I take my favourite photos. Atlantis is a small seaside resort on the Gold Coast of Canelones, Uruguay (a small and beautiful country in South America). It lives mainly off of tourism and boasts beautiful beaches. With a suitable hotel infrastructure and varied restaurants, it offers tourists a very cozy and friendly atmosphere, typical of small villages and resorts from Uruguay. The photographs have to do with the area's nature, beaches, cliffs, places to visit and also pictures of flowers (taken in my own garden). I hope you enjoy them. Woman of the Sea.
Atlantis invites you to rest on the beaches and parks and stroll among shops, streets and picturesque sites. It is the option to relax without losing sight of the summer movida. Many people chose Atlantis as leisure destination between García Lorca and Neruda. You can visit: the Expo amphitheater which puts on shows; the boat-shaped Planet Building built by Natalio Michelizzi and which forms part of the National Heritage; the ancient Eagle building of Villa Argentina - a symbol of the area whose history is shrouded in mystery and legend (it was a house and shelter for Natalio Michelizzi, spa pioneer). The parish church Cristo Obrero is an architectural gem of great heritage and value, it was designed and built by the engineer Eladio Dieste.