Punta del Diablo

Punta del Diablo, Uruguay

Hotels in Punta del Diablo

Punta del Diablo Accommodations (2)
Hotel Punta del Diablo

Hotel Punta del Diablo

4.50 11 reviews

Punta del Diablo, Rocha, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay

El Diablo Tranquilo Playa Suites Punta del Diablo

El Diablo Tranquilo Playa Suites Punta del Diablo

4.00 117 reviews

4826 Camino Costanera, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay

Travel Blogs from Punta del Diablo

Punta del Diablo Travel Blogs (210)
My new word... PLANLESSLY, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay travel blog

My new word... PLANLESSLY

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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Punta del Diablo ... or The Devil's Point... is a tiny fishing village in eastern Uruguay that might have about 50 year-round residents.  But the place is famous among South Americans as a low-key beach resort.  During the ...

The Devil, the Glasshouse and the Knicker thief!, Punta Del Diablo, Uruguay travel blog

The Devil, the Glasshouse and the Knicker thief!

A travel blog entry by caznjasonescape

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... a conversation with us wherever we are and try their best to understand our faltering Spanish. It was quite hard to see where Punta del Diabolo (Devil's point) got it's name from when we arrived. It's a tiny fishing village built on sand dunes next to ...

Punta del Diablo - Day 32-37, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay travel blog

Punta del Diablo - Day 32-37

A travel blog entry by christosp

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... . After carnival I'll change these lazy nocturnal habits, or maybe this what south America does to you. Another relaxed day in Punta del Diablo today and another late night, obviously! Day 37 - 12/02/09   Hung around the Cabanas for most of the ...

Last few days in Uruguay before hitting Brazil..., Punta del Diablo, Uruguay travel blog

Last few days in Uruguay before hitting Brazil...

A travel blog entry by jonnyandjanette

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... ‘No the mine’.  The Uruguayan government are planning on allowing an open air iron mine being built inland in Uruguay and then a canal and port to transport the goods to the sea which would destroy all the unspoilt beaches that we have ...