Balneario Nandubaysal, Gualeguaychu

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Beach Nature / Park
Have some fun at Balneario Nandubaysal, a lively beach resort with great scenery and plenty of activities to try. Head out into the water for a swim and a banana boat ride, or relax under a rented umbrella or gazebo back on the sandy coastline. Farther inland, find areas of shade under a thick row of trees, as well as a good range of eateries, cafes, and bars. Primarily attracting a young and raucous crowd, this sandy stretch of coast is loud, lively, and entertaining. Our Gualeguaychu tourist route planner makes visiting Balneario Nandubaysal and other Gualeguaychu attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Where to stay in Gualeguaychu

Close to the river modern hotels offer a slew of amenities, such as swimming pools, spas, and onsite restaurants. Farther away from this area, you can find less-expensive hotels and guesthouses, along with budget-friendly hostels. While options are numerous in town, it's a wise idea to reserve well in advance when traveling to Gualeguaychu in January and February, the busy carnival season.
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  • It is the ideal place to spend several days on the beach, with Restaurant, very good facilities, grills, bathrooms. In the summer during the week is better because the weekends many people come from Buenos Aires. December and March would be the + quiet. Already in January and February with the Carnival all weekends, there should come with time, since it comes to close the resort sometimes. Special place to come with kids is shallow, with sand, very nice place, paid entry, but worth it because this care apart is particular. I know it very well since I live here in Gualeguaychú. It is quiet and very well with the security, must take care of yourself and not to get distracted as anywhere, but would say that robberies and those things will be 10% of Buenos Aires.Estamos 250 kilometers
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  • I went recently and rainy day. Grown River. We ate at that which turned out to be a neighbor of the western part of the gran Buenos Aires.
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  • white sand, blue waters, tranquility, an ideal place for the meditation to achieve inner balance
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