Santa Marta, port of the Caribbean sea and capital of the Magdalena Department. It’s the oldest city in Colombia and the second in South America. Famous for having the most beautiful pre-Columbian reserves in the world as the Tayrona Natural Park, emblematic for its pristine beaches and archaeological remains, the top of the Sierra Nevada and The Islote del Morro, considered sacred for ethnic groups. Santa Marta has a cultural and historical legacy which is present in the architecture of the streets in the historic center, the Cathedral and the museums. The Malecón de Bastidas – iconic and special place to enjoy a very romantic sunset – and the amazing white sand beaches and coral reefs, will give tourists the tranquility, rest and relaxation they were looking for.
Find the opportunity of living unforgettable experiences in a city with a perfect balance between flora and fauna, tradition and modernity, water sports, aboriginal and natural wisdom, typical gastronomy with flavors and fresh products coming from the sea. Near to the hometown of the Colombian Nobel Prize Gabriel García Márquez, Santa Marta is without doubt a truly magical destination, the symbolic Pearl of America.