There are many towns worth visiting in Uruguay, but none of them are like José Ignacio. The small village off the southern coast of Uruguay is home to a bohemian culture of dirt roads that scares away mass tourism, hand-printed street signs, and shops run by families themselves. It’s hard to believe the place is a resort, but that’s exactly why it’s worth visiting. José Ignacio is certainly not a famous place, but it’s home to upscale eateries, art galleries, and restaurants with top-of-the-line cuisine. It’s also home to beaches and late-night beach parties by brands like Lacoste and Chivas Regal. If you’re looking for an edgy hiatus from the outdoors without the annoyances of tourism, José Ignacio is the place you won’t regret.
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