A precious place on the Patagonian Atlantic coast, Las Grutas offers many alternatives and sceneries to enjoy the sea.
Las Grutas is a privileged nook in the Patagonian coastline for several reasons. Its distinctive caves, very particular geographical features after which the area is named, spread along several kilometers of beaches.
Great natural spaces that invite visitors to seclude themselves into privacy and daylight periods of up to 15 hours per day are the main reason to recommend a stay at Las Grutas in the summer.
Furthermore, the crystal-clear waters of the San Matías Gulf can reach between 22º and 25º C in the summer. Therefore, they are the warmest waters in the entire Argentinian sea littoral. This phenomenon results from the combination of geographical, atmospherical and oceanographical factors, such as the great tidal amplitude, the coast circulation system of the Bahía de San Antonio current and the scarce rainfall.
In such scenery, diverse water activities such as scuba diving, windsurfing, jet-skiing, water-skiing and fishing may be enjoyed.
In turn, the landscape offers countless options to exploit and experience. From the beach, visitors may explore the two large interconnected caverns in the inside of the cliff.
ContactSecretaría de Turismo Las Grutas
Tour Kind: Contemplative
Level of Difficulty: low