"yet another low-key atlantic beach town" La Pedrera by ellielou

La Pedrera Travel Guide: 2 reviews and 12 photos

small town to the sea

La Pedrera has a little road that goes almost the length of the town. It's a lovely way to get your bearings (not that you really need to, though).

sea

There are two different beaches here...separated, a bit, from big rocks. You can, of course, climb the rocks, or just space out at the water endlessly crashing into them.

sand

this is a small town, and there's a hunk of a rusting boat right on the beach....I don't know anything about it, but it does connect you to the seafaring past this town must have had.

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:low-key, small, easy access to beach
  • Cons:not much to do on the off-season
  • In a nutshell:another delightful town along the Uruguay coast
  • Last visit to La Pedrera: Dec 2005
  • Intro Updated Jan 2, 2006
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ellielou

“The taste is completely different from a gummi bear, yet somehow familiar.”

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