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Club De Balleneros

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En Punta del Este el Club de Balleneros al pie de la ladera de Punta Ballena es un lugar exclusivo para los mas exigentes. 

Tiene un pequeño puerto para botar embarcaciones pequeñas, piscina de agua salada, quinchos para tomar sol, y un restaurante de primer nivel.

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