Located 200 km north-west of Cúcuta, Bethlehem Beach with an average temperature of 21°C, is part of the Colombian National Heritage Network of Towns Declared a National Monument in 2005 the historic centre of this town in Norte de Santander has stone its streets and its colonial houses with mud tiled roofs still conserve their white walls.
What to do in La Playa de Belén
When walking down the stone streets of Bethlehem Beach you can admire white walled houses, with brown balconies colonial lamps and terracotta flower pots. Respect for uniformity and colonial architecture is also seen in commercial signs, made out of wood. This town, founded on 4 December 1862, is home to the Los Estoraques Unique Nature Reserve.
La Playa de Belén takes into rock formations Single Area The Estoraques a unique attraction that visitors do not forget.
Programmes not to be missed in this town are visiting the Los Estoraques Unique Nature Reserve with its rock formations and walking through the streets paved in stone in the historic centre of the town.