Uruguay is a country in South America. It has a South Atlantic Ocean coastline and lies between Argentina to the west and Brazil to the North. It is the second-smallest country in South America.
What about those Beaches on the South Atlantic Ocean?
Punta Del Diablo is a small seaside village in the Department of Rocha and is perched on a gentle rise overlooking the ocean and centered around a square of brightly colored buildings, including houses, gift shops, several restaurants, bars, and grocery stores that line sandy lanes. Tourists can rent homes and cabanas or stay in hostels and small hotels. Most of the hotels and hostels are open only during the high season; however, some like El Diablo Tranquilo are open year-round to accommodate the increasing number of visitors to the seaside village. In response several restaurants including fine-dining options are also open off-season. The high season for tourism runs from December through February, as well as through Easter week. During high season, the population of the small fishing and artisan village of approximately 400 people, grows to approximately 25,000.
Pocitos Beach located in Montevideo known for is white sand stretching beneath a long strip of high-rises, this beach features a youthful, urban feel. It attracts some of the largest crowds of any of the city's beaches during the summertime. Restaurants and ice cream parlors abound along Avenida Brasil, as do bikers, joggers and beach-sports enthusiasts. It is easier to join a beach football or volleyball game at Pocitos than at any other of Montevideo's beaches.
Buceo Beach is among Montevideo's most picturesque, with calm waters and a pleasant marina lined small boats and yachts. Its tranquility makes it an option for families, while sports activities are common both on the sand and on the water. Buceo is known for its windsurfers. Adjacent to the beach is a bar and the must see Montevideo's Oceanographic Museum.
Malvin Beach is set on a large, calm bay to the east of Buceo, its sands growing wider as they stretch farther away from the city center, eventually connecting with Honda Beach, another attractive beach farther to the east. Malvin is relatively calm and quiet, with less activity than other Montevideo beaches, although it too has a share of restaurants and bars, as well as the picturesque views to the west back toward the city.