SEA

Maldonado

Due to its geographical features, the peninsula of Punta del Este divides the beaches into Mansa and Brava.

Chacra in La Barra Laguna Estate - 5 Has
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Campo 100 Has - Laguna del Sauce con Costa de Mar
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Chacra Marítima - Solanas
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Off Market - La Mansa
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La Carolina - Desarrollo en Laguna del Sauce
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7 Has - Chacra Marítima en La Barra
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Chacra en Cerro Urquiza – La Barra
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Off Market - Brava
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Viñedos del Este - Desarrollo en La Barra
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Pueblo Mio - Chacras de Manantiales
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Haras 150 Has - Punta Piedras
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Primera Línea - Jose Ignacio
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Chacra 14 has  - Jose Ignacio
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Altos de Garzón -  Chacra Marítima
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Marazul - Desarrollo Primera Línea en Jose Ignacio
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MANSA

This wonderfully calm-sea extent runs from Punta Negra to Punta del Este, our focus in this area lies in its natural beaches, existing mainly between Punta del Chileno and Punta Colorada.

La Mansa holds the largest properties with natural seashores. Its wind protected bay provides the perfect conditions to enjoy sailing and other water sports at their fullest.

The most popular beaches in this area are : Las Grutas, Punta Ballena,  La Rinconada, Solanas, Sauce Portezuelo, Chihuahua, Ocean Park.

Along the Route 12 we can also find an extent of sea farms featuring Uruguay’s typical landscape.

BRAVA

From Punta del Este to Laguna Garzon, The most important properties in this area are located between La Barra and Laguna Garzon, right behind famous beaches like: La Barra, Manatiales, El Chorro, San Vicente, Santa Mónica, Jose Ignacio, Las Caracolas.

ROCHA

Rocha beaches stretch from Laguna Garzon to Barra del Chui, the boarder with Brasil.

120 HAS - La Coronilla
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Primera Línea - Cabo Polonio
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300 Has - La Coronilla
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100 Has - La Coronilla
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1600 Has - Rocha
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Off Market - Rocha
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Chacras de Mar - Desarrollo en La Coronilla
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Santa Ana del Mar - La Coronilla
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As from La Paloma, we meet a different, warmer sea current and clearer waters. La Paloma, La Pedrera and Cabo Polonio are just some of its wonderful beaches.

This area’s landmarks are its Light houses, which can be seen in Jose ignacio, La Paloma, Cabo Polonio and Punta del Diablo. 

In land, we can find the five lagoons which hold the biodiversity of the region’s fauna. Heading North from Laguna Garzon, these bodies of water get bigger and bigger until we reach Laguna Merin, Uruguay’s biggest aquifer.

In laguna de Castillos we find the country’s oldest Ombu trees and its most important palm tree forest.