Puerto Madryn is a beautiful city in the Chubut province in the Argentine part of Patagonia. It is the head town in the department of Vied\ma and has a sizable population.

Founded in the year 1865, there were some Welsh immigrants who came here in the Port Madryn which is a natural port. This port was named after the estate of Sir Love Jones parry which was called “Madryn”. Later the settlement grew here and soon the region started growing. The railway line Central Chubut Railway opened in the year 1888. Puerto Madryn is protected by the Golfo Nuevo. The Punta Ninfas and the Peninsula Valdes formed this. This is a great tourist centre for all who visit the natural regions of the Peninsula Valdes and also the coast for unusual and unique beaches. Continue reading “Puerto Madryn Travel Attractions” »