Visit Piriápolis
  • Deer at the reservation of Pan de Azúcar

    Nature-friendly destination

    Landscapes of beaches, hills and fields

    Deer at the reservation of Pan de Azúcar
  • Del Toro fountain

    Historical destination

    A unique place in the country

    An exceptional centennial history
    Part of the national heritage

    Del Toro fountain
  • Piriápolis port

    Cultural and sporting destination

    Art, traditions and recreation

    Piriápolis port
  • Punta Colorada

    Sentimental destination

    Because our best memories originate during vacation

    Punta Colorada


San Antonio hill

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Originally called Cerro del Inglés (renamed by Piria to attract engaged couples), the San Antonio hill is located on the bay of Piriapolis with a height of 130 meters. Its top can be achieved by its route (built in 1952) as well as by chairlifts. 
To the east Punta Colorada, Punta...
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Ex Hippodrome of Punta Fría

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It was opened in 1907. Its track circled Punta Fria and the audience was moved to the track using the train coming to the end of the promenade. Generally, careers were made during the season or weekends.

However, Francisco Pirie did not hesitate to disarm it for the auction of land...
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Colón Hotel

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This building was originally built by Arturo Piria (son of Francisco) in 1910 as his personal residence. In 1918 it was acquired by Matilde Anchorena Verstraeten and then acquired by Fabiana Barzola in 1921 when it begins to work as the Brisas del Mar hotel. In 1937 it begins to work under the name...
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La Cascada park

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Located on Route 37 (km 1), it is one of the first places for tourists developed by Francisco Piria around 1899 . He called it the walk of "The ferruginous waterfall " in reference to a cascade of 3 meters height which is surrounded by an ancient forest. It is a comfortable place with a picnic...
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MAP - Les Mouettes

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The villa was designed by architect Alfredo Jones Brown and is the oldest building in the coastal area of Piriapolis . It was completed in 1904 and was the residence of Lorenzo Piria (third child and second son of Francisco). Upon the death of his wife in 1926 while giving birth Lorenzo leave...
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Venus Fountain

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Inaugurated in February 1911, the temple was designed by architect Beltrame and the statue of Venus was designed by Mathurin Moreau.

This main statue and the others surrounding park are of French cast (Val D ' Osne), purchased by urban furniture catalogs of the time. Such is the case of the...
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Government entities

Municipio de Piriápolis Intendencia de Maldonado Ministerio de Turismo y Deporte. Uruguay Natural