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Puerto Madryn

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While most visitors to Puerto Madryn head north on day trips out of town, to the Península Valdés, a series of beautiful beaches also lies to the south of the city. Among the closest, just 12 kilometers (seven miles) outside the...

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The Punta Loma Nature Reserve, established in 1967, was the first in the province and is best known for its year-round population of sea lions. The reserve's nature trail follows along the tops of cliffs, so visitors get a bird's-eye...

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The vast ranches known as estancias in Argentine Spanish are typically associated with the Pampas, to the north of Patagonia. Just south of Puerto Madryn, however, the Estancia San Guillermo includes some 2,700 hectares (6,672 acres) of land. The...

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North of Puerto Madryn, the Península Valdés extends out into the Atlantic like the head of a hammer, connected to the mainland by a narrow isthmus. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the world's best places to see a number of...

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Puerto Madryn is the best place in Argentina to see whales—they can even occasionally be seen right off the city's waterfront, with no need to board a boat. The southern right whales arrive here in May or June and give birth to their calves...