Playa Ferrando, Colonia del Sacramento

(2.9/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
When in the historic small town of Colonia de Sacramento, take a break from sightseeing and relax on Playa Ferrando. The tranquil beach situated on Rio de la Plata abuts a lake that used to be a stone quarry. Swim in the calm water, or sunbathe on the soft white sand. Take a relaxing walk along the tree-lined shore, away from the bustle of the city center. Bring snacks and drinks for a relaxing picnic on the lush, green riverside beach. Work out when and for how long to visit Playa Ferrando and other Colonia del Sacramento attractions using our handy Colonia del Sacramento tourist route planner.
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  • Buquebus port, and a 10-minute bicycle path paved you can access the beach. Not is signposted, but vas bordering the river. Is a beach publishes, not there are bathrooms... only a since sells soft drinks and sweets. Beautiful to take a swim, enjoy the wide beach. It was very clean.
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  • The beach is nice but is very remote and when we went there was nothing open. You should go with vehicle and must take into account that it must go through a settlement.
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  • Beach Ferrando was the best of Cologne along with Calabrian but municipal decisions of the last decades have ruined it in almost every way. The indiscriminate logging without control, the discharge of effluents domestic brook the caballada eastward as the sanitation of the city to the West and the inability to leave personal belongings in the sand for lack of monitoring both.
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