San Clemente del Tuyú, was founded in 1935, is located about 292 km to the City of Buenos Aires, is the first city in the ten resorts that make up the 96 Miles of the Partido de la Costa.
It is a traditional family resort, but has many recreational alternatives for young people more.
San Clemente is a city with wide beaches of the Party of the coast, also has a sufficient length of the bay Samborombón.
In San Clemente is the famous Sea World Oceanarium which is the largest South americas, this complex attracts many tourists coming from across the country in search of entertainment that this place offers. But there are also numerous recreational spaces that make the city into a destination to be taken into account by the traveller where you can discover other places not so well known where appreciate nature.
Recently salty hot springs were discovered near the San Antonio Lighthouse for which it was decided to build a thermal centre amid a forest of 30 hectares.
Sights in San Clemente: An extensive dock fishermen, The San Antonio Lighthouse offers an excellent view, Sea World, Marine Spa, Bay Sanborombon, Garden of immigrants, Chapel Itatí, The Port and it is important to note that a After a year is "the encounter Provincial payador" there is a parade gaucho, meeting payadores rocks and folkloric, Skills Creole, and so on.
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