The Peninsula Valdes Geography is mostly described by high cliffs, extended sedimentary platforms, sandy and pebble beaches. Small bays and many small barren islands complete our coast scene.
All this area has a great geological value, thats why Peninsula Valdes was declared Mankind Heritage to be protected, preserved y valued.
The protected area Punta Pirámides has 132 hectares surface and was created on February 1974. It is plenty of small cliffs, and between them small pebble beaches, the ground has arenaceous, argillaceous and fossil elements.
Definetely a great stage for photography, especially during Whale Watching Season.
The sunsets enjoyed from Punta Pirámides are all unforgettable, and it is one of the few places in Argentina we you can see how the sun hides behind the sea.