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Los Dedos Playa Brava

Rambla General Jose Artigas, Punta del Este 20100, Uruguay
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“playa brava” (20 reviews)
“take pictures” (10 reviews)
“nice spot” (3 reviews)
Rambla General Jose Artigas, Punta del Este 20100, Uruguay
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was told by the locals that this represented a surfer under water trying to come up for air...I think its best to go at night if you want to get some good pics...too many tourist during the day

Thank Timmy B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We stumbled upon these fantastic hand sculptures peeking up from the beautiful sand on the beach! It was busy the day we were there due the the hot weather so was hard to get pictures without others on the background. So fun, recommended for people...More

Thank Lawriem1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My friend João and I was in a motorcycle tour in Uruguay! In Punta we have stayied at hotel Playa Brava, very close to this attraction, the Fingers! People love to go there to take pictures and so on!

Thank Wilson N
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Nice place to take photos. Choose your timing right otherwise it can be quite busy with tourists. During the week I would suggest. La Mano (The Hand) is a sculpture inPunta del Este by Chilean artist Mario Irarrázabal.[3] It depicts five humanfingers partially emerging from sand and is located on Parada...More

Thank Melanie B
Reviewed 16 April 2017

You don't expect to find five gigantic fingers reaching up out of the sand when you visit the beach. This is an awesome sculpture. It is so big it is hard to get a picture of all five fingers at once. The day we were...More

Thank Sharon M
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Probably the most known place of Punta del Este, the monument as known as "La Mano" or "Los Dedos" is a mandatory spot to visit. Quite hard to avoid the tourists and take a nice photo of it, but still deserve some shots.

Thank Anselmo P
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Going to a beach can be standard for a lot of people. Going in Punta Del Este to the beach, is an upgraded experience, but when you encounter special sculptures such as this, it is a totally other story. Great view, great place to take...More

Thank WillyM
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Playa Brava is a long stretch of beach fronting the ocean and is home to the acclaimed sculpture colloquially known as the Monument of the Fingers which features giant fingers rising from the sand. Great opportunity for photos. The beach is OK but rife with...More

2  Thank Eddiemack
Reviewed 30 March 2017

It's there on the beach. Seems strnage. There is quiet a story behind t and the other hands the aetist has done, not easy to get a shot with no one in t

Thank PBPG
Reviewed 25 March 2017

Fingers protruding from the sand by Chilean artist, Mario Irarrazabal great spot for photos, not only the sculpture but also along the beaches

Thank Darrel J
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Also is there any thing else to see in the area
9 January 2017|
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Response from Fabián I | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can see and enjoy a big and beautiful beach, also you can walk through of the "rambla"
Jan Z
What does it represent?
10 February 2015|
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Response from Natalia C | Reviewed this property |
Creo que es la mano de un ahogado pidiendo ayuda, pero no estoy segura.
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