An ancient fortress, white sand beaches and green water, palm trees and exotic flora are part of the many attractions of Santa Teresa beach resort. This is where the National Park of Santa Teresa is located, with three thousand hectares and two million trees with species of the five continents and vast gardens. This park is internationally recognized as one of the largest man-made parks in the world. Another attraction to visit is the Fortress of Santa Teresa, which dates back to 1762 when the Portuguese foreseeing a new conflict with Spain, decided to fortify a narrow strip of land between the ocean and Laguna Negra. This unique monument hosts museum spaces witnessing centuries of history.
The beaches Cerro Chato or El Barco are the ones preferred by families for their quiet waters, while youngsters prefer La Moza , with beach facilities and nearby services such as a restaurant, an ice cream parlor and a supermarket.