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Touristic attractions of Arica

  • Lluta Geoglyphs

    Lluta Geoglyphs

    Description In the Lluta Valley you can find the Lluta geoglyphs in the right side of the slope, which are a national archaeological patrimony. They are located in the first region of the country, between 14 and 16 kilometers from the Lluta Valley. Amongst the geoglyphs you will see The Eagle, The Big Man, The Small Man and The Bird, that are between…

  • Morro de Arica

    Morro de Arica

    Morro of Arica is one of the major topographic attractions in the city. With 110 meters high, you can enjoy a clear view of the city and see the historical vestiges of the Pacific War (19th century) in the museum at the top. The Morro is part of the Costa Mountainchain and it was the main fort used during the Pacific War. You can also find the Ciudadela,…

  • San Miguel de Azapa Archaeological Museum

    San Miguel de Azapa Archaeological Museum

    Cultural patrimony with more than 10,000 years of history, the Archaeological Museum of San Miguel of Azapa is another place to visit in Arica. Located almost 10 kilometers from Azapa Valley, the museum has anthropological vestiges and a colorful native flora and fauna surroundings. With favorable weather conditions, outside the museum you can find…

  • Chinchorro Beach

    Chinchorro Beach

    Chinchorro Beach is a resort with warm water that is an ideal place to swim and practice aquatic sports, or simply enjoy walks by the pier. Also, Chinchorro Beach is a visual attraction beacuse of the boilers vestige (of a US ship) wretched during the tsunami in 1868. Attractions Warm waters with small waves. Visual attractions. Activities …

  • San Lorenzo Pucara

    San Lorenzo Pucara

    San Lorenzo Pukara is an ancient fortress surrounded by a big rock wall, a vestige from the 12th century. It´s a significant place because it shows the Tiawanaku culture vestiges (the culture that changed the cultural stage in the region's development). The San Lorenzo Pukara is on the terraces of an artificial valley, where you can see houses made…

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