TLDR? Hostal Mirador de Cartama is one of the best places to work and stay in Tamesis.
Tamesis might not be that popular a place among tourists traveling through Antioquia, but this small town’s full of charm.
It can even become one of your favorite places to get some work done. Tamesis isn’t a town full of places to do coworking, but its tranquility, climate, and views make it ideal for focusing on your activities.
Let me save you some time and tell you where you can find internet service in this beautiful town, full of nature and adventure.
Where to Find Tamesis, Antioquia
This small town is just three and a half hours from Medellín, near Jardín and the fishing village of Jericó.
Like many places in Antioquia, the mountains guarantee a pleasant climate, bewildering views, and multiple tourist activities.
You can get there from Medellin by bus from the South Terminal. There you’ll find two routes that have constantly scheduled trips. The travel time may vary due to traffic and stops along the way.
If you prefer to save time, you can travel by car following the GPS. I recommend downloading the route. That way, you won’t get lost even if you lose signal along the road.
You can also take metro A from Parque Berrio and travel to La Estrella station, where you can take a taxi.
Where to Get Some Work Done
There may not be a long list of places to hang out while you work, but you’ll find a few good options.
Among them are lodgings or well-known cafes in town, with something more to offer than a place to sit down to work.
Hostal Mirador de Cartama
You don’t need to go far away to get a good view of Tamesis!
From Hostal Mirador de Cartama, you’ll have beautiful views of the clouds and the nearby mountains and trees while enjoying a good cup of native coffee and getting down to work.
Hostal Mirador has different common areas in addition to the viewpoint, so you can leave your room and choose where you feel most comfortable.
As a nomad, you know that work isn’t everything, and in Tamesis, it’s hard to resist visiting the incredible places surrounding it.
Among its most recognized activities is Cerro del Cristo Rey, probably the first thing you’ll notice upon your arrival.
It’s a good experience if you like to hike, breathe nature, and enjoy a beautiful view after a walk of almost six miles (10 km).
On the other hand, if you want to do something more adventurous, get wet and dirty, Tamesis has a beauty made of rocks called Las Cavernas del Río San Antonio. You must go with a guide, for safety and to know the place’s history.
Bring Some Work to Tamesis
Include Tamesis in your schedule! A highly recommended place to visit and breathe nature, you’ll be able to do so much more here than just work.
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