Cariló (from the Mapuche word "Green Dune") is an upscale beach resort town in Argentina. It is situated in a man made forest on the Atlantic coast of the Province of Buenos Aires, approximately 360 km south of Buenos Aires city in the administrative division of Pinamar Partido.
Until a few years ago, access to the town was strictly controlled by the ruling authority. Today Cariló is publicly accessible, but comparatively high prices ensure that it remains the preserve of the well-heeled.
Cariló offers a lot of activities to individuals of all ages. The beach town offers sand dunes that attract many tourists for four wheeling. Many hotels and lodges in the area either have All-terrain vehicle, or quads, to rent or are associated with a company on the beach that does it. Dune bashing is a local favorite in the area for tourists and year round inhabitants.
Cariló is a beach town that offers many hotels, lodges, cabins, and summer homes to tourists both from Argentina and elsewhere, rather than having yearlong residents. Since it is a hotspot amongst tourists it offers several activities to visitors.
- Offers a clean ocean environment for families and friends.
- Downtown Cariló offers many unique shops around the Paseo Epuyen. Small, family own restaurants can also be found in this area, which allow for a cozy dining experience.
- This beach town's sand dunes allow for fun on the All-terrain vehicles.
Cariló not only has a beach to enjoy from but it also is built amongst a forest, which gives a chance for tourists to enjoy from the natural wildlife of the plants and animals.