PAINTED BIRDS RIVER
Uruguay is a small country in South America, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and eastern Río Uruguay, which in Guaraní language means “Painted Birds River”.
Its surface and underground waters are located on the Guaraní Aquifer, considered one of the major reserves of clean water in the world. In addition to numerous rivers that cross its entire landscape, Uruguay offers natural Thermal water centers and 300 kilometers of varied beaches.
A SKY SO BLUE THAT WE PROUDLY CARRY IT IN OUR FLAG
There is a strong connection between the fine dining and quality of life, when in addition to a healthy and balanced nutrition; time is devoted to personal enjoyment, sports, and relaxation.
The climate of Uruguay allows enjoying varied sports and outdoor walks, all year round. Temperatures range from 25 ° C to 32 ° C in summer, 10 ° C to 18 ° C in autumn, 3 ° C to 11 ° C in winter and 15 ° C to 18 ° C in spring.
A PURE FLAVORS LAND
Plenty of sunny days help mature a variety of colorful foods, which complement the delicious taste of our meats, such as: wines, dairy, seafood, rice, citrus and fruits, vegetables and legumes, olive oil, among others.
Uruguay offers a wide expression of local gastronomy, ranging from the traditional gaucho fires in the countryside to sophisticated elaborations of avant-garde cuisine. Through its food, you can get to know the culture of a country and keep a bit of it with its experience.
THE LAST BIG FARM...
From the sky, Uruguay looks like a great meadow. Over 80% of its territory is fresh pasture. More than 400 years ago, the Spaniards introduced the first cattle in the lands of Río de la Plata and after some time, the cattle ranch became an important source of wealth.
The rites and traditions about the meat, have marked an identity in our Intangible Cultural Heritage.