The sleepy allure of José Ignacio, a fishing village on Uruguay’s coast, appeals to those who prefer the wittingly bohemian, informal atmosphere of dirt roads, mom-and-pop boutiques and bed-and-breakfasts. The only sounds are of Atlantic waves crashing and the winds whistling. Noisy discothèques are forbidden and parties have a 2 a.m. curfew. Left, a lighthouse, built in 1877, near Brava Beach.
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