Apr 23, 2019 - Apr 24, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Before visiting Argentina, I had no idea that there was a tiny Welsh settlement nearly in the no man's land of coastal Patagonia. But when my friend and I asked a man speaking Welsh about his origins, we were pleasantly surprised when he led us via bus to this "little Wales", a town of just over 6,000 people that preserves its cultural origins. Most inhabitants are bilingual in Welsh and Spanish, and small cottages serve authentic tea and crumpets. There are also scores of penguins along the coast, and a nearby dinosaur museum that boasts giant rare preserved fossils. If in Coastal Patagonia, it's well worth trekking of the beaten path to visit this quaint town.
Precioso pueblo fundado por pioneros Galeses. Conserva la identidad propia de un sitio de colonos que llegaron a la zona a fines del siglo XIX. Pasear por la vera el Rio y deleitarse con el famoso Té Gales es un imperdible!