Like the thousands of others who visit Puerto Madryn every year, you probably want to see the region's amazing marine fauna. You will undoubtedly have a unique experience on the coasts of the Southern Atlantic. Puerto Madryn, which is located in Chubut province, is one of the most attractive cities in Argentine Patagonia.
Perhaps its most outstanding attribute is its proximity to Península Valdés (declared a World Heritage Site in 1999), where you can get an up-close look at whales, penguins, sea lions, elephant seals, and other species that inhabit the coasts of Patagonia.
While this may be the main attraction, in recent decades a number of other interesting activities have sprouted up around Puerto Madryn, all of which promise to make your trip south even more interesting: adventure tourism, fishing trips, and even culinary festivals have made Puerto Madryn one of the top tourist destinations in Argentina.
Classic with Sea View