A must-see walk just 15 minutes from Punta del Este.

Currently it is a nature reserve declared a national historical heritage, for this reason it is not allowed to build any type of building. It has an area of 1.7 km long and has 21 hectares.

The island has two beaches, Puerto Jardín, on the north side, and Playa Honda on the west side. There you can take long walks along marked paths and visit the ruins considered national historical heritage.

In high season you can cross daily from 9:00 every 30 minutes from the port. (the walks are conditioned to the weather). From April and throughout the year the boats depart every 1 hour.

The schedule of the last return depends on the weather and the number of people who have gone to the island.  Last-come,” schedules are given so that they avoid disturbing and delayed at the pier. the journey time is 15 minutes.

The cost of the ticket is $350 (weights three hundred and fifty) per person round trip. Children 3-9 years old will be charged 250 pesos and children under 3 years old do not pay. If you come with a large group you can get discounts on the ticket price.

We recommend bringing chairs and parasol for a day. In high season there is a stop with all services, although you can also bring your food and drink.



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