Minas de Corrales is a small city located in the department of Rivera, in the northern region of Uruguay.
Surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes, it is known for its gold and iron production in colonial times.
Among its tourist attractions are the Cueva de los Cuervos, a place of great natural beauty where you can find fossil remains and cave paintings, and the Valle del Lunarejo Fauna and Flora Reserve, which has a great diversity of animal species and vegetables, as well as numerous trails for trekking.
Another interesting point is the El Salto Ranch and Water Park, which offers a space for recreation and fun for the whole family, with swimming pools, slides, sports fields and picnic areas.
To get to Minas de Corrales, you can take Route 5 north from the city of Rivera, which is about 70 kilometers away.
It is also possible to arrive by bus from other nearby cities such as Tacuarembó and Montevideo.
Regarding its location, Minas de Corrales is located in the northern part of the department of Rivera, about 10 kilometers from the border with Brazil and about 550 kilometers north of Montevideo.
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