Greater Pompano Beach Sister Cities

san clemente del TuyU, Argentina 

  Becoming a member of Greater Pompano  Beach Sister Cities gives you the opportunity to      become more involved in   our goals of promoting peace throughout the world  through community involvement.  

  • You'll have the chance to meet   people from our Sister Cities and create friendships that last a lifetime.  

  • You'll have the opportunity to network with other like-minded people of our community who want  to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation.

  • You'll also see the benefits our  current Sister cities relationships have  on Cultural Exchange, Youth Education Programs, Economic Partnerships and Mutual Assistance has on the future of Pompano Beach residents, students and businesses

Dunes at San Clemente del Tuyu

  • First seen by Ferdinand Magellan in 1520, was mapped by British  Jesuit, Thomas Falkner in 1744.

  • The first gravel road was built in 1932.

  • The city has a population of 12,000. It is located 200 miles south of Downtown Buenos Aires.

  • The average temperature 58.0°F.

  • The warmest month is January with an average temperature of 68.7°F.

  • The coolest month is July with an average temperature of 47.3°F.

  • A nature theme park (Parque Bahía Aventura) opened in 1997; in 2003, a mineral hot springs was discovered in that area, which is now known as Termas Marinas and is one of Argentina's most popular hot springs.

  • The city has two natural sciences museums, fishing boat tours and the 129 meter-long (400 feet) pier, among other parks and attractions.

  • San Clemente is a member of a 7-sister communities partnership that receive nearly a million visitors monthly during the peak summer season (January and February).

San Antonio Lighthouse built in 1890.