Punta del Diablo is a small village inhabited by fishermen and artisans. Positioned about 300 kilometers east of Montevideo, this village is a real little paradise for tourists who are looking for a peaceful place for their vacation, in harmony with nature. The Punta del Diablo has only 800 inhabitants, and in the tourist season, the village is flooded with more than 20,000 tourists. And, interestingly, despite all these people, there are no unpleasant crowds. Some tourists explore the nearby Saint Teresa National Park, which has 2 million trees. Other tourists go to admire the Fortress of Santa Teresa, which has a major role in Uruguay's independence. Those who like bird watching choose Laguna Negra, where rare birds can be seen in the lake and swamp, while those who came for swimming occupy the sandy beaches and enjoy the Atlantic.