La Barra, from a Tourist Resort to a Place to Live.

La Barra Maldonado, Uruguay, is transforming from an idyllic vacation spot to a year-round retreat. The upscale coastal town has been a popular second-home market with international buyers, especially Argentines, but Its permanent and diverse population is growing.La Barra, Maldonado is located on the Uruguayan coast located in a ...

José Ignacio: the coastal destination that keeps getting better

In José Ignacio, Uruguay, more and more restaurants and businesses are betting on this exclusive corner of Esteño. It was in the late 70s when an adventurous Argentine chef named Francis Mallman opened his first restaurant called "Posada del Mar" in the then lonely fishing village that was José Ignacio Uruguay. After an excellent response with your ...

Where to go to eat in José Ignacio in Season 2022

Classics such as Susana en la Juanita, the Ferona Social Club and the new beach bar by Francis Mallmann are some of the must-see places in the gastronomic circuit of the most exclusive spa. After every crisis, new opportunities arise. Although this year the Hotel Bahía Vik will not have its majority of Argentine public, it carried out promotions and drops in ...

From the Capital to the Coast

Taking advantage of the Pandemic, many people from Montevideo made the decision to radically change their environment and settle outside the capital, which is why houses in Punta del Este seem to be the preferred options. Since March 2019, the arrival of Covid-19 has revolutionized the entire country, generating a feeling of uncertainty in all residents. From that moment many ...

Eastern Homeowners Will Lower Rates on the Eve of a Different Summer

It is estimated that, only in Punta del Este, rates will drop by at least 10% As is public knowledge, the outbreak of the COVID 19 pandemic generated changes and great consequences in the world economy, and tourism, an area that represents almost 8% of Uruguay's gross domestic product was no exception. Only in the first months of 2020, about 1 million ...

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Laguna Garzón is the undisputed KiteSurf spot in José Ignacio.

Kitesurfing is a sport that literally makes you fly: flying over the sea on top of a board, thanks to the power of the wind that pushes the kite, perfectly combining the sensation of adrenaline and the total enjoyment of nature. There are many sensations that make kitesurfing such an addictive sport: The feeling of being 100% connected with the environment, added to the ...

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Haras Godiva. Passion for equines in José Ignacio.

These establishments called haras, specialized in the breeding of Arabian and thoroughbred horses, have turned to related activities seeking greater economic profitability, such as becoming training centers or tourist spaces that many foreigners receive, especially Europeans who come to spend the summer in spas. close. According to the Uruguayan Stud Book (created for ...

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La Esteña, your corner in José Ignacio.

La Esteña is one of those places that seduces you to come back again and again because it is more than a decoration store. It is the faithful reflection of the traveling, fun and sophisticated spirit of its owner, Daniela Coll. And if you go in, you will surely take something with you. Because nothing is missing, you have everything from board games to a variety of accessories, rugs, chairs or raffia hats, throws and Italian shawls - divine ...

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Garzón, a town stopped in time to the east of Uruguay.

Located 30 minutes from the José Ignacio spa lighthouse and less than 100 km from Punta del Este, Pueblo Garzón is the refuge for bon vivants who enjoy life among vineyards, olive groves, gray granite quarries, organic orchards and long moments of silence. , a key element of the new concept of luxury cultivated by gourmet travelers. Garzón, a town stopped in time east of ...

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Simply the best beach restaurant in the world. La Huella, in José Ignacio.

The best beach restaurant on the planet is not in St. Tropez or on the Amalfi Coast. It is in a small town on the Uruguayan coast called JOSÉ IGNACIO. You can smell the fire-roasted meat long before listening to the bossanova music or seeing the chimneys protruding from the thatched roof. And when the restaurant finally emerges from the sand dunes of Playa Brava in José Ignacio, ...

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