Some 70 km south of Puerto Madryn, Trelew is the largest town in the Chubut Valley. Founded in 1884, it was named in honour of Lewis Jones, an early settler, and the Welsh colonization is still evident in a few remaining chapels in the town’s modern centre. It’s a cheerful place with a quietly busy street life, certainly more appealing than the industrial town of Rawson, 20 km east on the coast. Trelew boasts a splendid paleontological museum, a great tourist office and a couple of fabulous cafés.
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