Claromecó in the Araucanian language means ""clear waters between reed beds."" This resort is located on lands that used to belong to the Bellocq family and they were taken by the province of Buenos Aires. The Bellocqs began to shape the emerging spa villa building the first 9 chalets which some still exist. In the beach area called Dunamar, largely dune nursery thanks to Ernesto Friddolín Gesell (brother of Carlos Gesell), are erected beautiful buildings in alpine style and comfortable cabins.
The practice of commercial fishing is one of the economic motors of the stable population. The introduction of the fishing method was made by Catalan immigrants, who began this business with fishing boats, making it a habit and settling in time several fishing industries.
It is recommended visiting the dune station and nursery, prior reservation, which occupies a coastal strip of 11 km. and an area of 2,800 hectares. It has countless varieties of adult conifers. You can camp there. You can also visit the Claromecó lighthouse, which with its 54 meters high and climbing the spiral staircase that leads you to the viewer, it will offer a beautiful sight. All the surrounding dunes are alive, constantly changing its shapes. Visiting hours are Monday through Sunday from 10 to 12 and 16 to 20 hours and paying admission.
In late January and early February they celebrate the ""24 hours of the Black Corvina."" There are good accommodation services and restaurants, several campsites, the ACA and the Luz y Fuerza.
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