Beaches at Cabo Polonio, Cabo Polonio

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Explore a largely untouched area of coastal scenery at Beaches at Cabo Polonio, known for their sand dunes and hippie commune. With only 95 inhabitants, the area's hamlet remains off-grid, with no running water or electricity. Access to the beaches is possible only on foot or on an authorized dune buggy ride, which you can reserve at the area's visitor center. Nearby you'll find a resident colony of sea lions--just ask one of the visitor center staff to point them out. Before you head to Cabo Polonio, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Cabo Polonio trip generator, to make sure you see all that Cabo Polonio has to offer, including Beaches at Cabo Polonio.
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  • First I must say that Cabo Polonio should be included in the script of who visits Uruguay. It is a secluded and rustic seaside village with sandy streets, simple constructions, without lampposts and the electricity is only available for specific periods throughout the day, creating a special atmosphere and surroundings. The beaches itself does not have the beauties and structures found in Brazilian beaches, but provide beautiful surroundings for hiking and pleasant moments of leisure.
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  • Beaches of Cabo Polonio, Rocha best, cold but green water, transparent, you can see you fingers of toes, and beautiful sand. Place of charms! Any photo is a postal.
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  • This place is beautiful! In an area so small a variety to be exploited. The beaches are beautiful, the houses are unusual, the sea lions are beautiful to admire. A paradise!
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