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Things to do in Bahía Blanca

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The top 8 attractions in Bahía Blanca

Historical Monuments in Bahía Blanca
Recalada Lighthouse
El Faro Recalada in Bahia Blanca is centrally located in the resort of Monte Hermoso, about 100 kilometres from the city. While technological advances have taken away the importance that the area used to have when it was first built, its large street lamp is still lit every night to the delight of visitors. It's very easy to access and the view from its highest point is really awesome. The beaches are accompanied with beauty and length. It's very quiet and ideal to visit in March, when the winds are soft, the water temperature is warm and the influx of tourists decreases significantly. Undoubtedly, it has the warmest waters on the Argentine coast. Really recommended.
Beaches in Bahía Blanca
Varamiento del Pagrus I
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.
Bays in Bahía Blanca
Forests in Bahía Blanca
Field in Bahia Blanca
This is a grandfather's legacy as witnessed by the growth of three generations. Today, we no longer have it, and we miss it a lot. I hope you enjoy. 2005, Argerich, Villarino, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Camera roll.
Lakes in Bahía Blanca
Montero Park Square
I always lived very close to the lagoon and had never taken a picture of it even though I think it's a great place and many things have happened to me there. Now I live in a bigger city, and I returned to my hometown to visit. While there I felt inclined to have it with me always.
Squares in Bahía Blanca
Villages in Bahía Blanca
Of Touristic Interest in Bahía Blanca