Punta del Diablo

What is Punta del Diablo known for?


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it as something you'd expect to find in a 1970's Lonely Planet book. The essence of the charming ''balneario'', known for its eclectic architecture and traditional artisan fishing industry, differs greatly from summer to winter. While the two seasons are very distinct they both have a lot of appeal. The summer consists of sunbathing on one of the several gorgeous beaches and partying the night away at the town’s popular night clubs among throngs of eager vacationers trying to make the most


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for the Spanish speaking world in Uruguay. Many of these companies have established in Zonamerica Business & Technology Park 300px thumbnail Sunset in Punta del Diablo (File:Sunset in Punta del Diablo (Uruguay).jpg) '''Punta del Diablo''' is a small seaside village in the Department of Rocha, located on the Atlantic Coast (Atlantic Coast (Uruguay)) of Uruguay. Understand Every summer the town grows from


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for the Spanish speaking world in Uruguay. Many of these companies have established in Zonamerica Business & Technology Park 300px thumbnail Sunset in Punta del Diablo (File:Sunset in Punta del Diablo (Uruguay).jpg) '''Punta del Diablo''' is a small seaside village in the Department of Rocha, located on the Atlantic Coast (Atlantic Coast (Uruguay)) of Uruguay. Understand Every summer the town grows from


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. Tourism The high season for tourism runs from December through February, as well as through Easter week. During high season, the population of the small fishing and artisan village of approximately 400 people, grows to approximately 25,000. Tourists rent homes and cabanas or stay in hostels and small hotels. Most of the hotels and hostels are open only during the high season; however, some like El Diablo Tranquilo are open year-round to accommodate the increasing number of backpackers visiting


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of accommodations from private suites to dorm-style rooms. The building is fully equipped with free WiFi and access to computers, bilingual staff, a communal kitchen, 24 hour reception, and daily maid service. They also rent surfboards, boogie boards and wetsuits and offer a variety of activities such as horseback riding tours, yoga and surf lessons. *


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the seaside village. In 2008, Lonely Planet ranked Punta del Diablo among the top 10 cities to visit. During that year, tourism was up to about 20,000 visitors during the December to February seasonal peak. Punta del Diablo’s popularity with holidaymakers has steadily increased. And the single farming family that has owned the entirety of Punta del Diablo has been steadily selling land to investors.

that illustrates its history. The fortress is also depicted in the shield in the center of Rocha's municipal flag and on the Department's municipal shield, becoming a symbol of this border department with Brazil. https: en.wikipedia.org wiki Fortaleza_de_Santa_Teresa ;Laguna Negra formerly known as Laguna de los Difuntos Boaters and birdwatchers enjoy this lake and its swamps, has an area of 182 km 2 . (70 sq. miles


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), maximum depth of 5 mt. (16 feet). ;Bosque de Ombúes (Ombu Forest) The native Ombu that populate this forest is a hardy tree that survives on very little water. Jeep and tractor tours are offered, and visitors may also view the forest on foot. The forest includes flora and fauna endemic to the region.

Punta del Diablo

'''Punta del Diablo''' is a village and seaside locality in Uruguay, Rocha Department, east from the capital Montevideo. According to the 2004 census, its permanent population consisted of 389 inhabitants, mostly fishermen and artisans, while during high tourism season, the population swells to approximately 25,000, mostly with Argentinians, Brazilians and Europeans on holiday. As with the country it is located in, the primary language spoken in Punta del Diablo is Spanish. In 2008 it was named by the magazine "Lonely Planet" as one of the top 20 places to visit and invest.

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