In the province of Santa Fe, the Corredor de la Costa has landscapes like the one that Cayastá offers us. A sample of the beauty that protects our coastline, where history and nature converge.

Cayastá is fundamentally a fishing town where many artisanal fishermen (fishermen from Paraná or isleros, as they are commonly called) practice their trade. These fishermen mostly have their homes along the coast of Cayastá, as well as their moorings for their canoes or floating docks in the flood season. The coast of Cayastá is ravine (high and abrupt) with a maximum height of approximately 15 meters.

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