Km 32 Vía Santa Marta - Riohacha - Troncal del Caribe
Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona
Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona is a magical slice of Colombia's Caribbean coast, with stunning stretches of golden sandy beach backed by coconut palms and thick rainforest. Behind it all rise the steep hillsides of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the world's highest coastal mountain range. The park stretches along the coast from the Bahía de Taganga near Santa Marta to the mouth of the Río Piedras, 35km east, and covers some 12,000 hectares of land and 3000 hectares of coral-rich sea
Hostel nearby beach
Rodadero beach is perhaps one of the most popular not only in Santa Marta, but in the Colombian Caribbean. Its white sands and the surrounding mountains attract visitors who come in search of the sun and the possibility of practicing water sports such as skiing or diving.
A dream sunset is experienced on this beach.
The area has a wide range of shops and crafts, a wide range of hotels, restaurants and other tourist services.
The beach is characterized by its length and calm waves, which makes it ideal for families. From Playa Rodadero you can access one of the most beautiful beaches in Santa Marta: Playa Blanca.