Carmelo is one of the most emblematic cities
within the Department of Colonia. It particularly combines a
historical wine estate with beautiful powdery white beaches, a
yacht port, and the kindness of its people. Its vineyards are
located in the same height above sea level as Bordeaux and other
significant wine regions of the world. Carmelo has a historical
connection with Buenos Aires. This city was the location of the
quarries that manufactured the paving stones that characterized
the streets of the capital city of Argentina for several years.
It was also the place through which the first livestock entered
the territory of Uruguay. According to certain historiographical
background, the town of Las Víboras exists since 1758. At that
time, the town was composed of a chapel and a few ranches within
a perimeter of four blocks.
Carmelo is a city located in the department of Colonia of
western Uruguay. Route 21 passes through the city, joining it
with Nueva Palmira to the northwest and Colonia del Sacramento
to the southeast.
Posada Campo Tinto
Swimming Pool: Yes
Wine Tours: Yes
Rates include breakfast, taxes, welcome wine cup, parking
The hotel works with main credit cards (Visa, American Express,
Check-In and Check Out Time:
Check-In: 15 hs.
Check-Out: 12 hs.
The hotel requires a valid credit card has guaranteed. No charges
Any cancellation of reservation made 72 hours prior to arrival
has no penalty. (Except high season and long weekends on
Cancellations made after this time will be charged one night has
No Shows: 100% of the total cost of the reservation will be
charged to the credit card.