Attractions

  • Historic Center

    Address:
    Cra. 24 ##29f, Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia .

    Santa Marta was found by Rodrigo de Bastidas in 1525. And its historic center hides many architectural gems and interesting places to visit: Customs House, Parque Bolívar, Parque de los Novios, Cloister San Juan Nepomuceno, Convent San Juan de Dios, Morro Santa Marta or Fort San Fernando. Cathedral of Santa Marta, is a fundamental chapter in the history of Colombia and Santa Marta. It is full of memories and legends.

  • Rodadero Beach

    Address:
    Playa El Rodadero santa marta, Cra. 1 #9-23, Gaira, Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia .

    El Rodadero is a seaside resort in the city of Santa Marta, on the shores of the Caribbean Sea in Colombia. It is located in the commune of Gaira - Rodadero. Its development began in the mid-1950s and since then it has become one of the main tourist destinations in the country.

  • Tayrona National Park

    Address:
    Tayrona National Park, Magdalena, Colombia .

    Tayrona National Park, in northern Colombia, is a large protected area that encompasses the slopes of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in areas adjacent to the Caribbean coast. It is known for its palm-covered inlets, coastal lagoons, rain forest and abundant biodiversity. At its center, the Pueblito ruins are an archaeological site accessed through forest trails, with terraces and structures built by the Tayrona civilization.

  • Lost City

    Address:
    Ciudad Perdida, Ciudad Perdida, Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia .

    The Lost City is one of the main wonders of Colombia, it is located in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, also known as Teyuna or Buritaca-200, it is an ancient Tayrona indigenous town and archaeological site. It was built around the 8th century of our era and is considered one of the main archaeological sites in Colombia. It is part of one of the more than 250 ancient villages of the four indigenous groups found on the north and southwest face of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, in the Magdalena department in northern Colombia.