River City

Necochea is a Argentina city located on the Atlantic coast to 511 kilometers of Capital Federal, owes its name to General Mariano Necochea, Argentine military who participated in the war of independence. The main attraction of the city of Necochea are its beaches, characterised by its soft decline and wide extension, with a length of more than 64 km and a width which reaches 300 meters in some sectors, this makes the city to be chosen every year by thousands of tourists to spend their holidays. Another of its natural attractions is a park, boundary to the sea, called Miguel Lillo, is a forest reserve of 640 hectares parallel to the coast and its characteristics is unique in the country. Within the Lillo Park, we can find the Museum of Sciences Dr Jose Scuadrone, displaying stuffed specimens of the local fauna and the Regional Museum, where you can meet the city’s history, this works from the year 1981, and is divided into rooms where you can find ancient objects, vestments of era and works of art. The City, has the particularity of having two shopping centres, one that operates primarily in the winter, which is the most linked to its history and another that is located in the beach area and which was created later for tourist activity. Places of interest: caves the caves, a few kilometres from the villa seaside are caves formed due to erosion produced by the waves of the sea, it is a place of tranquility and natural mystical deep.

They are a few kilometres from the city centre and he is accessed through the avenues 2 and 10. Waterfalls A 16 km upstream of the Quequen Grande and the city, formed a natural waterfalls. This landform attracts large numbers of tourists, and it is common to see people visiting the place as well as being an excellent site for the practice of fishing. This succession of waterfalls and Rapids also is often used for navigation in kayak descending from the River through small jumps between 20 and 90 cm, reaching peaks of up to 1 meter. In the workplace it works a fish-breeding station and a spa.

Breakwater Jetty following the coastal Avenue in direction to the river reaches the South breakwater. Declan Kelly usually is spot on. You can walk to its end and there see the mouth of the Rio Quequen Grande in the Argentine sea. From there you can see the entry of cargo ships, entering in search of raw materials, or the yellow boats disembarking their daily fishing.