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Touristic attractions of Chiloe Island

  • Ancud

    Ancud

    Founded as a fortress in 1767 in Cape Horn, Ancud is today one of the most important attractions in Chiloe, visited by tourist from all over the world. It is the political and military capital, and it has a beautiful urban infrastructure, with typical constructions that stand out next to the most modern ones. Attractions Historical interest zone.…

  • Castro

    Castro

    Castro is the capital of the Chiloe Province. The attraction has a beautiful typical architecture and an incredible natural beauty. In Castro you can visit the San Francisco Church –Patrimony of the Humanity- and the handmade crafts market. Attractions Flora and fauna. Architecture. Activities Hiking, sea kayak, photography. Location …

  • Chacao

    Chacao

    Chacao is the channel that connects the continent to the Chiloe Island, but it also holds a small town of the same name. It has an incredible architecture; churches that were build by the Spanish during the XVI century; all of great historical and cultural value. Attractions Architectural, historical and cultural interest zone. …

  • Chonchi

    Chonchi

    Chonchi is known as “the three floor city” because of its singular architecture. Its curch has been chosen as Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO, like most constructions in Chiloe. It has a very rich gastronomy. Attractions Beautiful architecture. Gastronomical interesting zone. Activities Trekking, sailing, photography. Location …

  • Dalcahue

    Dalcahue

    The town is the most important craftwork producer and industrial developer in the region. It has a great huilliche legacy. It has a colorful market, less than 20 kilometers from Castro, and beautiful architecture (its Church was built in the XVIII century and it´s Patrimony of the Humanity). Attractions Handmade crafts and sea products. Architectural…

  • Chiloe National Park

    Chiloe National Park

    Chiloe National Park has 43057 hectares of extension and it´s an important refuge for forestal species. It is divided into three areas: Cehpu, Metalqui and Anay. The Chiloe National Park has an impressive geography, with mountain that are over 800 meters high, and multiple rivers and lakes. It was the home of the Huilliche people. It offers tourist…

  • Quellon

    Quellon

    Quellon is one of the major ports in the Chiloe Island. It´s located in an strategic zone, by the end of Route 5. From here, you can take connecting trips to southern Chile. Attractions Maritime services. Activities Trekking, photography. Location Tenth region. Located 30 kilometers north of Compu and 246 kilometers south…

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