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Things to do in Comodoro Rivadavia

Comodoro Rivadavia cuenta con extensas y pacíficas playas, una rica variedad de especies y una naturaleza impactante.

Además de disfrutar del paisaje de una ciudad petrolera se pueden visitar los diferentes museos que cuentan la historia, cultura y economía de la localidad.

La Villa Balnearia Rada Tilly está a 15 km al sur de Comodoro Rivadavia sobre el Océano Atlántico. Sus extensas playas invitan a ser recorridas en tranquilas caminatas. Se practican todos los deportes náuticos y también existe una escuela de carrovelismo.

También se puede visitar el Parque Nacional Marítimo Costero en el que se pueden realizar diferentes actividades como excursiones náuticas, las travesías de aventura en vehículos 4x4, motos o bicicletas, buceo, o vuelos de bautismo.

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Comodoro Rivadavia: general information Comodoro Rivadavia has been nurtured by the imput of many cultures from overseas as well as migration from all across the country. Without any doubt, the turning point in its growth was the discovery of oil.
The largest wind park in the continent is in Comodoro Rivadavia The wind is constant in this city and its people took advantage of it by building the largest wind park in South America. It is a park with windmills that collect air currents and convert them into clean energy.
Wind Buggies Pablo Reyes is the head of the Wind Buggy School in Rada Tilly. He wants this sport to become as popular as it is in other countries.
The oil myth Comodoro Rivadavia life is connected to the oil production. Its history, its people, museums and tours talk about growth through the black gold.
The Bolivian People in the Fair of the Communities The different communities are represented every year at the Fair of the Communities in Comodoro Rivadavia, among which is the Bolivian Residents Association.
The beaches of Rada Tilly A beach were you can enjoy the sea and the landscapes from the lookouts 160 meters above sea level.
The port as an engine of economic grouth Comodoro Rivadavia is easily identified as an oil region, but fishing is also centered in its large sea port.
Comodoro Rivadavia has a Classic Car Club The Classic Car Club is a group of enthusiasts who organize regular competitions in the area.
Tourists for a day A new proposal for residents and tourists of Comodoro Rivadavia is to see all its attractions for free.
Museums in Comodoro Rivadavia Comodoro Rivadavia has several museums that tell the history, culture and economy of the town. Tourists can tour the various facilities to learn about everything related to this oil city.
Italian immigrants in Comodoro Rivadavia Italian immigrants arrived in Comodoro Rivadavia looking for work in the railway and soon became an important force in the community.
The Oil Production Circuit Explained Through this circuit you can learn about the production of oil. The National Petroleum Museum in one of the largest in the world.
The Petroleum Museum, unique in South America The National Petroleum Museum located in Comodoro Rivadavia is one of the 3 most important in the world, covering all of the oil industry and its history.
General information of Comodoro Rivadavia A report on the location, fauna, flora, geology and climate of Comodoro Rivadavia in Patagonia.
Comodoro: distribution center in the Central Corridor Oil, port, beaches and other attractions make up the central header of the Central Corridor of the Patagonia, Comodoro Rivadavia.
Bolivian people that came following the oil boom The arrival of the Bolivian people to Comodoro Rivadavia was linked with the oil boom of the 50's and then stayed to live in the area.
Historic Circuit A circuit through buildings connected to the port and railway that tell the history and present of Comodoro Rivadavia.
Italian Association in Comodoro Rivadavia. The Italian Association is part of the community of Comodoro Rivadavia and develop social, recreational and cultural activities.
The first adventures in the Patagonian skies Life story of Camila Simonato and her relationship with the arrival of the first airplanes to Comodoro Rivadavia.
Wind Energy in Patagonia Wind energy is a sustainable source of energy that promises to be the future energy when non-renewable resources will be not enough. The largest wind farm in South America is in Comodoro Rivadavia in Patagonia.
The wind and the airplanes Memories of the locals about the classic dispute between aircraft and the wind that didn't let them travel along the south of Patagonia, especially in Comodoro Rivadavia.
Coastal Marine National Park Since 2009 you can enjoy a nature reserve, the Coastal Marine National Park on the shores of Patagonia, which highlight the flora and fauna of Comodoro Rivadavia and its surroundings.
Classic Cars Rally through the coasts of Patagonia A competition that unites two tourist areas on the Patagonian coast and brings all the colors of vintage cars. The rally of the Blue Route runs from Comodoro Rivadavia to Monte León National Park, passing through Puerto Santa Cruz.

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