Honeymoon in Uruguay

Uruguay, a variety of ecosystems, great beaches, and diverse wildlife

Sun, sea and sand in Uruguay


With good quality of services and several architectural works of great value such as the Chapel of Cristo Obrero and the Eagle, the Gold Coast is a region that can be enjoyed throughout the year.The Gold Coast is 70 km on the Río de la Plata, where some 30 resorts have the most diverse beaches because of their tranquility. They are ideal for family holidays, sports, fishing and, above all, relaxing.


It is an ideal destination for those seeking an encounter with nature, who want to enjoy beautiful beaches and also for those who have "eyes to see" the city and its symbols.Located at km 98 on the Interbalnearia Route, Piriápolis was designed by Francisco Pirie, whom he called "The Resort of the Future" to the land he had purchased.


Dividing the sea between the Rio de la Plata and the Atlantic Ocean, the resort grew to the west forming Punta Ballena and eastward creating La Barra and Jose Ignacio.Punta del Este is internationally recognized as the largest resort in America. It is located in the department of Maldonado, just an hour and a half from the nation's capital.

The extraordinary variety of natural beauty that surrounds the peninsula of Punta del Este is unique.

Among the sporting highlights, we could mention surfing, windsurfing, jet-skiing, jet skiing, sailing, fishing, yachting, polo, golf, tennis and rugby.

Restaurants, pubs, discos, antique shops, art galleries and thousands of people day and night, filling the streets of Punta del Este in search of fun.


The huge waves challenge the best surfers and the rustic style of this area emphasizes the encounter with nature.Rocha is the target located to the east of Uruguay.

This coastal strip has a variety of options, including La Paloma, La Pedrera, Punta del Diablo, Freshwater, Valizas, Cabo Polonio, La Coronilla, Santa Teresa and Barra del Chuy.


Uruguayan society is basically the heir of a strong European cultural substrate that has been influenced by other cultural traditions.

The mate beverage of indigenous origin, the carnival of Hispanic roots but with a noticeable influence of African rhythms and expressions of folklore, the tango was born from the merger of black musical traditions of African and European instruments and rhythms and Creole, the gaucho attesting to their way of life, a unique amalgam of Spanish culture with the indigenous, are some examples that speak of the encounter of different traditions and explain, in a sense, the formation of the current Uruguayan culture and thus its society.


Uruguay is a freshwater paradise with numerous rivers, streams, creeks, marshes and lagoons that form a dense network of rivers full of life that shapes the landscape. Hundreds of miles of coastline, mostly white sandy beaches without interruption from the Rio de la Plata to the Atlantic Ocean.

A variety of ecosystems, formed by extensions of natural grasslands, various coastal forests, mountain forests, carob, a rich river network, a chain of shallow lagoons on the Atlantic coast and extensive wetlands, form a huge natural mosaic.

The variety of ecosystems present contributes to the presence of more than 450 species of birds, four of the seven existing species of sea turtles, the Southern Right Whale and several colonies of sea lions, with more than 320,000 individuals.


In Uruguay you can play many sports.

If you want to play golf, Uruguay has good golf courses near the city and away from noise.

Fishing in Uruguay is both fresh and salt water.

Although surfing is at its height during the summer, it is practiced throughout the year.


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