Isla de Lobos
Océano Atlántico, 5 millas de la península
Public Excursion: USD 20 per person. Expresso: USD 150 per person.
Currently, the Wolves Island is one of the two most important seawolves reservations in the world.
From a geological point of view it is a rock mass, with a height of 22 meters in its highest part, practically without veggetation, of igneous origins with a predominance of reddish granite.
It is surrounded by rocky formations among which the largest is the one known as "El Islote" (The Islet), with an extension of 2 hectares.
It has a lighthouse - the strongest of South America at sea level - built in 1907. Before, there was another one built in 1858.
Its focal height is 66 meters. It has a geographical and luminic reach of 21.5 and 25.5 miles respectively, with a luminic intensity of 1,080,000 candelas. It sends out a sparkle every five seconds.
Its system is based in a rotative machine over a mercury bucket and was electrified in 1958.
The current lighthouse tower was built from 1904 to 1906. It is 59 meters high.
The department of Maldonado has very rich and varied natural attractions. Its shifting territory gives the opportunity of enjoying navigable lagoons and creeks, climbable mountain ranges and hills, and natural caves with its curious histories. From this natural offer, we provide you with...
Club de La Barra
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