As you’d expect in a beach town where polo, yachting, and fashion are big, Punta del Este can be expensive. But, it doesn’t have to be. As you will see, with a little understanding of the real estate market, combined with a simple lifestyle, you can enjoy an active and interesting life here for much less than you might think.
Living full time in Punta del Este has a seasonal rhythm. Because it’s in the Southern Hemisphere, January and February are summer months when hundreds of thousands of vacationers come. After the excitement of summer, the 30,000 fulltime residents get a quiet and peaceful Punta del Este back to themselves.
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