Puerto Madryn is a city in the province of Chubut in Argentine Patagonia. It is located on the cliffs of a small high plateau that features an impressive view of the Atlantic Ocean. Surrounded by the Golfo Nuevo it is the gateway to Peninsula Valdés. With enjoyable summer temperatures and migrating whales (from July – September they come so close they can be viewed without taking a tour) Madryn has become increasingly well known. Additionally the sprawling city is the second-largest fishing port in the country and home to Aluar, Argentina’s first aluminum plant, built in 1974.
- – Relaxing Environment
- – Group And Aquatic Activities
- – Rich In Marine Wildlife
- – White Sandy Beaches