Around the Port of San Antonio Este, on one side of the path, you can find endless, "completely virgin" and wild beaches. In them you can appreciate the native flora and fauna and enjoy the extensive intertidal zone (over 200 meters) as a cause of the tidal range, uniqueness of the beaches of the Patagonia.
Its particular shells coast continues in golden sand beaches, untouched and natural, that merge into a clear and calm sea. So "La Conchilla", as well as "La Bomba" and "El Molino" respond to these features, giving the opportunity of gather bivalve molluscs. On the contrary, "La Baliza" is completely different, here is a large area of restinga, where you can collect octopus and mussels, in addition to spot marine birds.
Located on Punta Villarino about 3000 meters from the port area, it consists of otaridos, seals or sea lions of a hair, mostly males, who use it to relax and sunbathe.
Groups are about 30 or 40 lions, lying on the beach or sandbar that emerges at low tide, which bears the name "Banco Lobos" for this particular custom of these individuals to come together on it.
These lovely animals feed from fish that enter the bay and that you can see them after the shoals a few meters away from the coast.
Located on the northern edge of Punta Villarino, it is one of the busiest centers of southern Argentina. The location of the port into a major deep pot, which communicates with the San Matías Gulf, offers the possibility of robbery of large vessels (up to 45 feets), securing a large area of maneuver.
Its comparative advantages over other ports in the country: lower operating costs, faster (specializes in palletized loads, shortening load times) and basically is the port with better geographic and climatic conditions in the coast of Patagonia in Argentina, thus offering shelter from the winds and extremely calm and transparent waters due to the almost complete stability of the funds.