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On the banks of the Carcarañá River, in the heart of the province of Santa Fe, there is this unmissable town. Oliveros is a place to rest with the family.
It is known that the province of Santa Fe, in general, is surrounded by water. River and lagoon moisten their soil along and across their territory. On the coast, villages of all kinds spread, some of them dreamy, as is the case of Oliveros.
Because of these glorious decisions of nature, the Carcarañá River designs, along its coasts, unmatched natural beauties. Trees with high and dense crown give the necessary shade to make the rest ideal, after performing any of the activities that the water offers.
All Oliveros and surroundings has a variety of accommodation options, being the cabins complexes the most recommended option for enjoy nature. There are places to play golf and other sports. There are spa, bungalows, camping. If you prefer to just spend the day and then return to a more urban accommodation, Rosario is only 40 kilometres away. In other words, you can combine natural and city tourism.
The coast is 27 kilometers. An incomparable extension of natural riparian.
One of the most exciting proposals is to know the river from within, aboard a kayak. Ideal proposal for adventurers.
If you You can take it even more, you can throw yourself down a zip line that goes well on the water.
If you are more peaceful, the countryside and the groves lend themselves to horseback riding, cycling or walking, accompanied by a guide who will explains all about riparian geography.
There is also no shortage of fishing in the region. Canyons and bathtubs, boats and canoes offer multiple options for sports activity.
Finally, river cuisine can be found in every corner of Oliveros.
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Publication Date: 21/05/2020
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