The sunset, when dismissing the day, illuminates the Punta Piramide Reserve. With its last light, the sun concentrates all the power of that magical moment, in a privileged marine scenario. One of the few places in Argentina where you can experience how the sun hides behind the sea. At the same time, in whale season, from the cliff you can see, dozens of its characteristic blows, get out of the water, jumps, and tails. In the summer, see and hear the miles of sea lions in the largest breeding colony of Penisula Valdes in the Argentine Patagonia. So many conditions make Punta Piramide a blessed natural space.
An appendix of land in the shape of a pyramid that displaces the sea is a symbol of a coast eroded by the passage of geological eras. With a clayey soil full of marine fossils, it has manifested itself every day.
The Punta Piramide Reserve has a surface area of 326 ac ( 132 ha ) and was created in February 1974. It forms cliffs of up to 230 ft ( 70 m ), is in the shape of a winding, alternating with small pebble beaches, where the vegetation is squat like in the rest of the steppe.