Pan de Azúcar is a small city located in the department of Maldonado, in the southeast of Uruguay.
The city is located about 20 kilometers north of the city of Punta del Este.
The city gets its name from the nearby Sugar Loaf Hill, which is one of the highest elevations in the region and is a tourist attraction in itself.
The city has a main square, a church and several restaurants and shops. In addition, in the surroundings of the city you can find beautiful natural landscapes, such as the Pan de Azúcar Natural Reserve and the Grutas del Palacio National Park.
The city is a major tourist destination in Uruguay, especially for those looking for a quieter and more relaxed environment than Punta del Este.
The region is also known for its wines, as it is located in a growing wine-growing area in Uruguay.
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