Carmelo is a city located in the department of Colonia, west of Uruguay.
It is known for its beautiful beaches on the Río de la Plata coast, as well as its Spanish colonial architecture and rich history.
Some of the highlights to visit include Plaza Independencia, the Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción, the Revolving Bridge, and the Museo Nacional de la Uva y el Vino.
Carmelo is also known for its wine production and has several wineries and vineyards in the area.
See more about the history of Carmelo