The lounge of this Atlantic house, connected with the rest of the building by means of passages decorated with ribs, vertebrae and even the skeleton of a right whale on display, is immersed in the maritime landscape.
Península Valdés, El Doradillo, Punta Tombo, Gaiman and Playa Unión are some of the most interesting places in the region and they provide an opportunity to enjoy unforgettable sights.
This area was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and, given its biological and geographical characteristics, is the most important attraction of the Patagonian coastline.
Punta Tombo, located 180 kilometres south of Puerto Madryn, is the largest colony of Magellanic penguins. It is a narrow strip of pebbly beach that penetrates the sea like a tongue and offers a stunning natural spectacle.
The Golfo Nuevo provides ideal conditions for maritime excursions. Watching dusky dolphins in their natural habitat is an unforgettable experience.
The city of Trelew is home to the Egidio Feruglio Paleontological Museum (MEF) where the dinosaurs that lived in Patagonia are the main attraction.
Perched atop a nearby cliff, there stands a magnificent building: Ecocentro. Just 5 minutes away from Territorio, this acclaimed cultural centre reveals aspects of the Patagonian marine ecosystem.
VISIT PUERTO MADRYN
Puerto Madryn is where the first Welsh settlers disembarked and the gateway to Península Valdés. The Golfo Nuevo provides ideal conditions for maritime excursions. Watching dusky dolphins in their natural habitat is an unforgettable experience.