La Paloma: La Paloma is the largest resort on the Atlantic coast in Uruguay. It is known for its tranquility and the diversity of its beaches, whose length is approximately 20 kilometers. His name was imposed by the old sailors many years ago who from the high seas off the
Surf (150 meters from the Posada). La Paloma is a favorite destination for surfers. Corumba is a surfer spot with firm sand banks and some of the best waves in Uruguay when there are good swell conditions. Corumbá receives swells from the south, southeast and southwest; the waves are left
The Laguna de Rocha (2 km from the Posada del Corumbá) has the status Reserva de Biosfera (Biosphere Reserve) and was declared National Park in the National System of Protected Areas. It has been denominated Important Area for Bird Conservation due to its ornithological importance (more than 200 breeding and
Cabo Polonio (50 km from the Posada) is National Park since 2009 and belongs to the National System of Protected Areas (Sistema Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas) and to the Biosphere Reserve Bañados del Este (Unesco).
Fishing (on the coast and the Laguna de Rocha). During the summer season individual or group trips can be arranged in narrow but safe fishing sport boats. DIVERSITY: Anchovies, Bonito, Codling, White Snapper, Pink Snapper, Roosterfish, Sargo, Mero, Corvina, Bagre, Chucho, Raya, Ajo Real, Dogfish, Shark, Caballa, Palometa, Congrio, Sablefish,
Whale Watching (on the coast, 150 meters from the Posada). The southern right whale is a large cetacean which in adulthood measures about 15 meters and weighs four thousand kilos. The scientific name is Eubalaena Australis (southern right whale). They are found in shallow and warm shore waters close to
The Palm Groves of Castillos (60km from the Posada). The Butia palm forms dense palm groves around the city of Castillos, creating a unique and characteristic landscape of Rocha.
Parque Santa Teresa (109km from the Posada) is a National Park in which is located Santa Teresa Fortress. The park has over 1000 hectares of land in which you find countless species of native and exotic flora, including more than 2 million tres.
Karumbé Sea Turtle Center(120 km from the Posada). Since January 2, 2012, in La Coronilla. The eco-tourists can enjoy and learn about marine and freshwater turtles that inhabit Uruguay