Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Las Restingas. Sea boutique hotel. Valdez Peninsula. Argentina.

 1,400 kilometers from Buenos Aires, the Valdez Peninsula is an area declared a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, is one of seven places in Argentina that have thisdistinction. Among extensive beaches and gently sloping, quiet bays and sunsets over thesea is The RestingasThe hotel has a privileged location on the beach and unsurpassed views from their rooms. The deep blue sea, the cliffs and the variety of flora and fauna, a meeting of the Southern Right Whales, which arrive each year to complete their breeding cycle, between May and December. A unique natural sceneryAn unforgettable stay to enjoy the harmony of the landscape in close contact with nature. The hotel has 12 modern rooms, restaurant, spa and gym. Puerto Madryn is the gateway to the peninsula. It has adeepwater port, cruise port and even its own airport. The call for tourists to this region isshowing a marked rise over the years, the exceptional natural environment, which makes this site one of the largest breeding centers worldwide in different species and that you close to whales, orcas, sea lions and elephant seals, dolphins and porpoises in different seasons makes it unique. Valdez Peninsula is truly a feast for the eyes and a paradise fornature enthusiasts and outdoor sports: diving, swimming, biking, hiking, etc..

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