No road leads here. It’s either a 3.5 mile (7km) walk through sand dunes or a thirty minute drive in an off-road vehicle.
And once you get here, there’s no water or electricity. Residents use generators and collect water from wells, or collect them from rain gutters.
Yeah, you’re off the beaten trail now.
Welcome to Cabo Polonio, a truly “end-of-the-world-and-loving-it” fishing village located on a small peninsula of the Atlantic ocean.
Cabo Polonio’s peninsula is deceptively calm; the surrounding coastlines are perpetually crushed by strong currents. A lighthouse overlooks the numerous boulders, dunes and small islands just offshore.Continue