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Mar del Plata is one of the main tourist attractions in Argentina. Apart from being an impressive port city, it also provides vast
sandy beaches as well as well-provided seaside resorts.
A few hours from Buenos Aires City, Mar del Plata, head of General Pueyrredón district, offers the widest range of accommodation facilities
in the country, what makes it a suitable choice in all seasons.
With more than 550,000 inhabitants and a summer tourist population of over two million visitors, Mar del Plata is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, 404 km from the city of Buenos Aires. The city covers an area of 1453 km2, with a coastline that stretches for about 47 km, one of its main attractions.
There are several seaside towns along the coastal corridor, namely -from north to south- San Clemente del Tuyú, Las Toninas, Santa Teresita, Mar del Tuyú, Costa del Este, Aguas Verdes, Lucila del Mar, San Bernardo del Tuyú, Mar de Ajó, Pinamar, Ostende, Cariló, Valeria del Mar, Villa Gesell, Mar de las Pampas, Mar Chiquita, Santa Clara del Mar, Mar del Plata, Los Acantilados, Chapadmalal, Chapadmalal Station, Miramar, Quequén and Necochea.