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What an excellent way to see all the fishing boats and walk around the pier. The day was very cold and windy but we had the chance, thanks to our beautiful taxi driver, to see the “lobos marinos “ . They were having a wonderful...More
Went to the port to see the longest mural in World and the sea lion sanctuary . They were both badly kept, as the sea lions were resting among loads of plastic and other rubbish and the mural was ruined in parts and faded in...More
A working port with mainly orange fishing trawlers. Lovely picture. There are some sea lions around trying to get food from the boats and some sunbathing on the pier. Plenty of shops and places to eat.
A quiet walked with family around this traditional Mar del Plata's zone. You can eat some fish and seafood while you see the traditional yellow ships and sea lions... There are a lot of line buses which goes to the Port and from the Port...More
The harbor is as it looks in the pictures, orange ships coming back from the fishing expedition plus a nice central road with nice stores. And you can eat fantastic food in very informal places by the harbor! worth an half day trip (2 hours...More
The end of the port area is where the sea wolves hang out on the cement and are joined by the local dogs. It is also the dock for fishing boats. On boat cam in with a good load of fish and a 1.5 meter...More
This wasn't worth the cab ride from downtown Mar del Plata. The boats and sea lions are what you would expect, smell and all. It's a working port so expect for a few run down souvenir stands, it's not really set up for tourists. You...More