Playas Doradillas | Wild Camping

Argentina

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over 2 years ago
Altitude:
0.0 masl
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Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
No

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nice place directly at the seaside. Easy assess.

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Beautiful and quiet place right at the beach. No whales in february.

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No dogs allowed. Signs at the entrance. Bummer.

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We spent a week-end there: super quiet and really nice view. No whales at the moment. Trash bins on-site and 4g with Movistar.

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Great place to stay. It is 8 kms of bad road for cyclists, but could be. We saw near the beach few whales in may.

Great spot.

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Very nice place to stay. In may we saw here few whales. It was awesome.

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Wind Protected camping Spots all the way at the end behind bushes. Ocean is still beautiful to fall asleep with. Caution: unpacked sand. May be hard to access by rain. Very quite spot.

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Quite good place to stay overnight. Cliff at the northern end offers some wind protection. Fishermen present during the day. During the night almost nobody. A bit dirty but not too much. Easy access. GSM range (H+ Movistar).

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We spent two nights at this lovely beach. Some sealions and pinguins passed by. The sunrise is amazing! At the north end there is a sheltered spot by the cliff.

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Very nice and pretty clean! At low tide lovely sand beach from cliff to cliff. No one else at night.

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right on the beach, no facilitys, easy access with 2wd, quiet and peaceful

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There are several very nice spots along the coastway, where you can stay for the night. But be aware if it is rainy weather (sure not often, but at the moment): The road gets very muddy and slingering! In that case you better take the asphalted main road! At Punta Flecha there is a little mountain we wouldn't have managed even with 4x4!

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