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Tourism in Uruguay is one of the most important facets of the nation's economy. Nearly 1. Punta del Este is located at the extreme southeast of the country, on a small peninsula that gives it its name and taken as conventional limit on the Uruguayan coast between Atlantic Ocean and River Plate.
Its beaches are divided into Mansa, or meek, river side and Brava, or brave, ocean side. The name given to these beaches is because the first, to give to the River Plate and be sheltered from the winds and currents from the Atlantic Ocean, almost always presents its fairly calm waters, while the "Brava" beach, the longer ocean has a much more impetuous waves. It has hotels, 80 restaurants, an international airport and a yacht port that can accommodate boats.
It has a fixed population of 7, inhabitants, although the floating population is much higher, especially between December and March. It was the first resort town in the country, today under the shadow of Punta del Este, largest and most popular. It welcomes many Argentine visitors and a growing number of Europeans , although domestic tourism is very important. The city has its axis around the Rambla de los Argentinos, a coastal avenue that takes its name from the major customers of the founder of the city, the hotels Francisco Piria.
With an economy centered on tourism, the city has hotels and casinos, a very active nightlife in the summer months as well as public parks, religious centers, viewpoints, etc. The Chapel of San Antonio, on top of the homonymous hill, one of many around the city, offers a panoramic view and can be reached by road or by air chair. There are also white sand beaches such as San Francisco and Playa Hermosa , which are a very short distance from the resort center.
It is located in the east in the Rocha Department. It has a permanent population of 5, inhabitants, but with tourist arrivals it swells to 30, in the summer months January—February—March. The homes are alpine style of French design.