Puerto Madryn Shuttles
PMY airport transfers
Along the central shores of Golfo Nuevo, Puerto Madryn is an idyllic port town known for its quiet beaches and dramatic clifftop vistas, not to mention an array of waterfront exhibits, parks and restaurants perfect for letting the day go with the flow. The cruise terminal is located along Piedrabuena Pier, just north of the main downtown area. An extensive bus network can be accessed through downtown’s Puerto Madryn Bus Station, offering transfers to other surrounding port towns, though inter-city drop offs can be a bit tougher to find. Choose from alternative options to get around with a bit more freedom, whether it be through the intimacy of simple sedans and spacious SUVs to see the inner city in quietude, or meet-and-greet services like local personal drivers and limousines who know the importance of getting there with the right info, and style.
Stay close to landmarks nearest to the pier when cruise ships arrive, formally called the Piedrabuena Pier and offering a priceless view of the sunset across the bay, also admiring the mainland’s parallel promenade that honors fisherman and boaters at the Workers Monument. Interesting exhibits in the area include the natural history and expertly crafted animal dioramas showcased at the Provincial Museum of Man and the Sea, as well as elegant benches and views of an old town square at Plaza San Martin. Go for a casual walk through natural wooded parks and forests by discovering what’s close to the Historic Punta Cuevas Park afterward, then enjoying tranquil sculptures and cliffside lookouts at the quiet Tehuelche Indian Monument. And of course, no trip to the region would be complete without a bite at one of Madrid's best restaurants, whether it be late-night Argentinian at Náutico Bistró de Mar or otherworldly pallets from Matilde International Restaurant.