Santa Marta is an unforgettable destination. It is located between the Sierra Nevada and the Caribbean Sea, in a perfect place to get to know the whole area in depth. The city is one of the oldest in South America and has an unparalleled architectural heritage, beautiful landscapes and a great cultural legacy.
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Considered a sanctuary of the Patria, Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino is a hacienda where the Liberator Simón Bolívar spent his last days. In it is located a seventeenth century farm dedicated to the production of rum, honey, and panela.
This beach of fine sand and crystal clear waters is the most visited point of Santa Marta and a symbol of the city. In it you can enjoy a wide variety of activities, such as sunbathing, swimming, sailing, diving and snorkeling.
The Rodadero Sea Aquarium and Museum is a public aquarium and a maritime museum that is part of the National Network of Zoos and Aquariums. It has 13 swimming pools with direct connection to the Caribbean Sea and 15 glass aquariums containing more than 805 animals that include sharks, sea turtles and dolphins, 98% of which are native to the area.
Also known as the Museo del Oro (Gold Museum), Casa Simón Bolívar or Tayrona Museum, it is a regional museum that houses the Gold Museum. It offers visitors a glimpse of the goldsmithing and culture of the ancient inhabitants of the Sierra Nevada.