Puerto Madryn & Peninsula Valdes

The gateway to Península Valdés, Puerto Madryn bustles with tourism and industry. It retains a few small-town touches: the radio announces lost dogs, and locals are welcoming and unhurried. A sheltered port facing Golfo Nuevo, Puerto Madryn was founded by Welsh settlers in 1886. Statues of immigrants and Teheulche along the shoreline pay tribute to its history. The Universidad de la Patagonia is known for its marine biology department, and ecological centers promote conservation and education.


Experiences in Puerto Madryn & Peninsula Valdes:

During your stay in Puerto Madryn, a region full of wildlife, you will have the chance to watch many different sea animals (and some birds) on their natural habitat.