Monte Hermoso, Monte Hermoso

(4/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
A pleasant seaside resort, Monte Hermoso is famed for its temperate weather--the benefit of sea breezes--and warm water. Visitors flock here for sandy beaches with plenty of space for sports, recreation, and lazing around with a book. The town caters primarily to tourist needs and wants, so you'll find plenty of nice eateries, cafes, and tour and rental companies offering a range of services. Take a stroll along the main promenade to soak up the laidback atmosphere of the area. Make Monte Hermoso a part of your Monte Hermoso vacation plans using our Monte Hermoso trip generator.
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  • Beaches wide and quiet place where you can enjoy the sunset on the beach is truly a spectacle! The atmosphere is very quiet!
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  • The Argentina coast has become an anthill overrated. People on all sides. Excessive prices in what is hospitality in Exchange for mediocre service. If you are a little further away, not long find true refuges for vacation without the nightmare of being in an icy, windy sea and crowded beaches of people. Monte Hermoso is a very good choice of beach and city. If you don't like to see buildings on the beach I advise you to the beaches of Orense, Pehuen co. As they used to be 30 years ago Pinamar or Gesell all occurs in absolute peace, with los.sonidos of the forest as music. With warm water and green sea... yet you makes you want to go to Mar del Plata?
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  • The only point against mount are the prices of the accommodation, which is not very easy for a big group staying many days, the rest is really very cute.
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