Pichilemu is famous for its beautiful beaches, where you can ski and enjoy a wonderful combination of sea and country landscapes. It's a small town that keeps traditions alive. With an important historical value, the zone features aristocratic architecture like the Casino and the Agustin Ross Park National Monument. You can find relaxing places, calm beaches and cliffs all over the region. Near Pichilemu, there are other beaches like Infernillo, Punta de Lobos and La Puntilla, ideal for aquatic activities like surf, windsurf and funboard.
Attractions: Calm water, ideal for swimming and sports.
Activities: Sport fishing, surf, swimming, windsurf, photography.
How to get there: Santiago-Navidad: Land route, by Route 78. Then go to Melipilla and take Route 66.
Santiago-Pichilemu: Land route, By Route 5 south.
Pichilemu.Navidad: Land route, by Route I-50, then take Route I-80 and, finally, take Route G-60.
Matanzas-Navidad: Land route
Santiago-Bucalemu: Land route, by Route 78.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Moderate mediterraneo weather. There is cloudiness in the shore all year long and the temperature is homogeneous. In the interior, the temperature oscillates between day and nigth time. It rains in the Costa Cordillera and in the Andes.
Services: Housing, food, outdoor activities, transportation.
Surroundings: Navidad, Paredones, Bucalemu beach , Puertecillo beach, Infiernillo beach, La Boca beach, Matanzas beach, Punta de Lobos beach, The Salt Journey, San Andrés Route, Salinas de Cahuil.