On the road to Carmelo, after the Parque Anchorena, at km 223 of Route 21, a diversion leads to this small languid village, built at the end of the 19th century by the same English company that built the port of Buenos Aires, in order to obtain supplies of stone and sand. Today, one can admire some period houses, evoking a certain European influence (red sheets for the roofs...) and the English cemetery (where the tomb of David Evans, one of the great tourist promoters of the village, lies). The old port (Puerto de Conchillas), a few kilometres southwest of the village, has been declared a National Historic Heritage Site and is located five kilometres after the village itself.
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