Las Flores has a steady population which barely surpasses 200 denizens. Its streets are made of sand and are ideal for kids to ride their bikes at nap time or just get together and play after a day on the beach until it gets dark.
There are two very complete convenience stores, restaurants and a drugstore on Route 10. This makes shopping for supplies easier to holidaymakers, who do not need to use their cars at all.
Leaving Las Flores through Route 71, the old town is reached. In addition to administrative offices, abandoned railways and the main square -all traces of a distant time-, there is an imposing castle built in 1956 by the Uruguayan architect, entrepreneur and politician called Humberto Pittamiglio.
This construction boasts a medieval style, with passages and towers which has been recently re-opened to visitors.
An added value at Las Flores is that it stands just 10 minutes away from the City of Piriápolis by car. And this is good because holidaymakers may find a wide range of entertainment offers for all ages in that large urban center.
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