Key to the pacific

Key to the pacific

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The key to the Pacific

We will visit the city of Castro, known as the key to the Pacific because of the importance it had in the 16th century, being the first arrest from Europe when crossing the Strait of Magellan, we will walk through its streets knowing its viewpoints, peasant market, pier and the church of San Francisco, noted for its neo-Gothic style maintaining the use of wood that characterizes most of the churches in Chiloé, from the hotel it is 30 minutes to get to Castro, we continue to the picturesque towns of Nercón and Vilupulli with their Heritage Churches of The humanity.

Our next destination will be the picturesque city of Chonchi, called by the Spanish settlers "the end of America" as it is the southernmost city that they had conquered in the 18th century, it displays its architectural and cultural heritage in 3 natural terraces that reach the Bordemar, at the highest level of the city we will visit its church recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, at the middle level we will visit its interesting museums and at the lowest level we will visit its new waterfront and its artisan fair where we can taste typical preparations such as the "gold liquor" and the "chonchinas roscas", when we return to the hotel and if time permits we go to the Rilán Peninsula visiting the church of Santa María, it has a privileged view of the continent, the Island Lemuy and the Andes Mountains.


It includes

  • Bilingual guide
  • lunch
  • Drinkable
  • Transfers
  • Snack

Not include

  • Tips
  • Alcoholic drinks