El Sotano y Canadon de las Ostras, Las Grutas
(4.2/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • I love! I thought it was super informative, a place of divine to meet and walk, besides that you can join with other attractions in the area, and understand a little better the nature and trade in the area. Also there is like running out of the basement when the tide! The Canyon of the oysters, is divine! But it is important to respect, not carrying any fossil zone, in order to discuss the area.
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  • Spectacular to avoid the massiveness of the people, do something different and a little more knowing the area of Las Grutas, is not only beach in downhill. Very good alternative for 4 x 4 enthusiasts, you can find places where raisins full day without seeing people, you have to carry food and water because there are no services in this area. Beautiful to have a relaxing day.
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  • Near the caves you can visit going strong Argentine, not be if organize excursions only for that place. Is need a 4 x 4 to arrive, the road is very bad but also there is that travel by the beach for get, them views are incredible of cute if you like them landscapes desert where is combine them plateaus with them extensive beaches. It is a ride that I recommend in summer, in winter must be very cold. Bring clothes comfortable and camera. Basement feature was the first cave that was discovered and the time in which the pulperos fished and traded by hand more than now, kept in the cave the pulpits that were kept cool with the sea, until trucks arrived to move them. The Cañadon de las Conchas consists of fossils from millions of years which were exposed to the form the Canyon by erosion from the rain water to reach the sea
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