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   Mar del Plata
   Partido de la Costa
   Villa Gesell
   Monte Hermoso
   Centros Termales
   Bahía Blanca
   Sierra de la Ventana
   Gral. Madariaga
   4 Tracks
   Air Activity
   Nautical Activty
   Horse Riding
   Mountain Bike
   Golf Courses
   Ski Resorts
   Argentine Wines
   Rural Tourism
   The Tango  
   Tourist Trains
   Jesuitics buildings
   Nationals Parks



The vegetation that was developed in the region in spontaneous form was the herbaceous one, typical of the steppe, although the man transformed it into prairies for cultivations. In the coast of the Paraná and La Plata rivers riverside forest grew. The flora from the pampas is constituted by species such as the gramineous characteristic of the region which are, the romerillo, duraznillo, paja brava, paja vizcachera, flechilla, cebadilla, olivillo and cortadera among others. The forest formations are:

  • District of El Tala: it is a fringe which runs paralell to the Paraná, as well as to the Rio de La Plata rivers and then to the Océano Atlántico up to the proximities of the town of Mar del Plata.
  • Western district: grouping of some locusts and isolated chañares.
  • District of the caldén: in the west of the region, it is plentiful the growth of the caldén that is thorny, of short shaft and itgrows in a parasol shape.
  • Agrupacion del Curro: it is in the region of the hills in the south of the province. The curro has thorny branches and doesn't have leaves. Its height goes from 2 to 5 meters.
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