This small fishing town is the main launching point for Isla Gorgona. It is famous for its artesanías – you'll find handmade musical instruments and intricately wrought gold jewelry, plus the usual assortment of hand-woven goods.
The town itself holds little of interest. The main drag is Calle Segunda, paved in brick, where the locals go about their business. Those looking for boats headed north or south should go down to the waterfront where the various companies have open-air kiosks that sell tickets.