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Colombia’s Oldest City Enjoying A Revitalization

Categories: Caribbean, Colombia, Tourism
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Published on: 2012/08/18

From:  Santa Marta, Colombia: Restored Coastal City Entices Expats.


Santa Marta is Colombia’s oldest city, but is fast becoming the country’s newest attraction thanks to revitalization efforts that have brought new life to the area. Both of the city’s largest parks and historical center have been restored, and a new marina that was little more than speculation two years ago is bringing in more maritime traffic. New restaurants and cafes are springing up all along Santa Marta’s main thoroughfares and property investors are scrambling to get in on the ground floor before Colombia’s Caribbean secret gets out. For more on this continue reading the following article from International Living.


The new marina—little more than a rumor two years ago—is now hosting a number of sailboats and powerboats, bobbing in their slips. And even more remarkable is the onshore development that the marina has brought to the area, as new condo buildings and businesses sprout like wildflowers on the shoreline.


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