Carmelo, dating from 1816, is a laid-back town of cobblestone streets and low old houses, a center for yachting, fishing and exploring the Paraná Delta. It straddles the Arroyo de las Vacas, a stream that widens into a sheltered harbor just below the Río Uruguay’s confluence with the Río de la Plata. The town center, seven blocks north of the arroyo (creek), is Plaza Independencia. South of the arroyo across the...
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