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Tourism in Canelones

Canelones is a department located in the southern zone of Uruguay, with a population of approximately 520,000 inhabitants.

It is located in a very fertile region, so its economy is based on agriculture and livestock. Its capital is the city of Canelones, which is located about 45 km north of Montevideo, the country's capital.

The department is known for its beaches, such as Atlántida, which has an elegant historic hotel and an attractive promenade. Also noteworthy are the beaches of Salinas and Santa Lucía, which are popular summer tourist destinations.

In addition to its beaches, the department of Canelones has several wineries that offer tours and wine tastings. The Wine Route is a popular tourist route that runs through the region's wineries and vineyards.

Other attractions include Parque Roosevelt, a large urban park in the center of Canelones, and the "El Observador" museum, which presents a collection of objects and photographs from the region. You can also visit the Santa Rosa Fortress, an old military fortification dating from the 18th century.

See more about the history of Canelones

See also information on Montevideo.

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