Last updated on October 26th, 2023 at 08:57 pm
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Activities and Attractions in Santa Marta that you will find detailed in our Santa Marta Travel Guide
- Quinta de San Pedro Alejandrino: The historical estate where Simón Bolívar spent his last days.
- Tairona Gold Museum – Casa de la Aduana: Displays an impressive collection of indigenous gold artifacts.
- Cathedral of Santa Marta: One of the oldest cathedrals in America.
- Parque de los Novios: A lively city square with numerous restaurants, bars, and cafes.
Other Activities and Attractions in Santa Marta
- Simon Bolivar Park: A central park featuring a statue of Simón Bolívar.
- Camellón Rodrigo de Bastidas Park: A scenic promenade along the bay.
- Marina Santa Marta: Modern marina with a selection of restaurants and shops.
- Museo Bolivariano de Arte Contemporáneo: A museum offering contemporary art exhibits.
- El Morro de Santa Marta: Offers panoramic views of the city.
- Mercado Público: A bustling local market where visitors can experience everyday Colombian life.
- Santa Marta Art Museum: Showcasing local and international art.
- San Fernando Fort: Historical fort offering panoramic views of the city.
- Lighthouse of Santa Marta: Offers great views, especially during sunset.
- San Miguel Cemetery: A historic cemetery with many ornate mausoleums.
- Biblioteca Banco de la República: A modern library with cultural exhibits.
- Casa Familiar: A cultural heritage site in the heart of the city.
- Santa Marta Bay: A scenic bay perfect for sunset views.
- Callejón del Correo: A charming pedestrian street with cafes and shops.
- Paseo El Camellón: A coastal promenade perfect for evening strolls.
- Santa Marta Marina Yacht Club: A place to watch boats and yachts.
- Mural of the 400 Years: A significant mural marking the city’s history.
- Santa Marta Cultural Center: A hub for various cultural activities and exhibitions.
- Santa Marta Botanical Garden: A peaceful oasis in the city.