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ESTANCIAS in Uruguay

Littoral

Texts: Pablo Etchevers - Translation: Cristina Bozzoli

All along this section, you will find traditional estancias where the presence of men and women and the influence of the Uruguay and De la Plata Rivers may be appreciated in the rural activities and daily routines experienced and enjoyed in these fields.

Littoral Corridor

Posada Parque Juan Gonzalez
Carmelo, Departamento de Colonia
Ruta 21 - Km 246   email
Accommodation
La Victoria
Colonia del Sacramento
Paraje Riachuelo  Tel: (+ 598) 4520-2173   email
Accommodation
La Tranquilona
Nueva Palmira
Colonia Suiza. A 116 kms. De Montevideo  Tel: (+ 598) 4544-3011/ 12  
Accommodation
La Recompensa
Colonia del Sacramento
Ruta 21 - Km. 181  Tel: (+ 598) 4522-5494  
Accommodation, rides, pools
La Polonia
Nueva Palmira
Ruta 2 Km 152  Tel: (+ 598) 4544-2587  
Accommodation
La Paz
Paysandú
Ruta 24 Km. 86.5   Tel: (+ 598) 4720-2272   email
Accommodation
La Casona de Dayman
Paysandú
Ruta 3 Km. 483  Tel: (+ 598) 4722-2735  
Accommodation
La Calera
Paysandú
Ruta 5 a 150 Km. de la ciudad  Tel: (+ 598) 4722-2212  
Accommodation
Isla de Lobos
Mercedes
Villa de Soriano - a 60 Km de Mercedes  Cel: (+598) 9 867-4454   email
Accommodation
Finca Piedra
Colonia del Sacramento
Ruta 23 km 125, Mal Abrigo. A 90 Km  Tel: (+ 598) 4340-3118   
Accommodation, rides, pools
Establecimiento Don Miguel
Nueva Palmira
A 7 kms. Del pueblo Cufré en Ruta 52  Tel: (+ 598) 4544-5041  
Accommodation
El Terruño
Nueva Palmira
A 140 kms. De Montevideo por Ruta 1  Tel: (+ 598) 4544-6004 / 5  
Accommodation

 
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The codes of mate

It is always polite to accept an invitation to drink mate, especially while being a foreigner in a foreign land. The cebador will be in charge or preparing and serving the mate, thus starting the round. We are just supposed to say “thank you” when we are satisfied and will drink no more mate. Saying “thank you” after having the first mate is considered a disdainful gesture. Likewise, we are not supposed to move or clean the bombilla (straw). We just need to sip the beverage, return the mate to the cebador and wait for the round to start again. In the cities, instead, mate has become much more customized and the drinker has its own vacuum flask. But in all occasions, sharing some mate is a friendly way to get along and to bond.

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