A department in the easternmost part of Uruguay, Cerro Largo is home to Rio Branco, the natural border between the country and Brazil. Its name actually means “white river” in Portuguese. The river empties into Lago Mirim, a lake that also serves as a natural border between Uruguay and Brazil. You’ll find plenty of luscious beaches near this lake, and as you travel down the coast, you’ll come across plenty of lakeside villages and a beachfront to relax in. Aside from these aspects of Cerro Largo, there isn’t much else to do in the region, so if you’re a water baby and are looking to get a bit of fun in Uruguay’s waters, it might serve you well to pay Cerro Largo a visit this coming getaway.
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