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Concepción

If you have always dreamed of having your own rock band, you cannot miss the city’s bars and rehearsal rooms. Cradle of great musicians, in every corner you can hear a chord or applauses for a new artist.
Walk through its university quarters and be delighted with its great cultural offerings led by the Casa del Arte where “La Presencia de América” (America’s Presence), a colorful mural by Mexican Jorge González, celebrates the independence of Latin America.
Fall in love with the beautiful view of the city that Cerro Caracol and Parque Ecuador offer. Stroll through lush trails, flirting with its many lookouts, and enjoying a romantic encounter under araucarias.
Savor its generous seafood dishes.

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Prob. de precipitaciones: 2%Humedad: 35% Viento: a 10 km/h.
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  • Lota
    Lota

    This old mining town, settled by the shores of the Pacific, invites you to get a closer look at an important time in Chilean history. Walk through the tunnels and galleries some 50 meters under the sea to enter the famous mine “El Chiflón del Diablo”.

    Visit the Lota History Museum, the beautiful gardens of the Cousiño Park and relive the glorious past of this city. Or just walk along its broad beaches and enjoy the best the sea can offer while watching the colorful boats bobbing on the sea.

  • Buchupureo
    Buchupureo

    Beaches with sporadic waves and green prairies turn this area into one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, an area of waves and surf and a mix between country life and modern times.

    Buchupureo is not only for water sports enthusiasts who come for the best waves of the national circuit, it is also great for those looking for peace and quiet and a natural environment, offering an ideal setting to do sport fishing and rural activities.

  • Lanalhue Lake
    Lago Lanalhue

    This first step on Chile’s southern lake trail invites you to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities. The native forests, bays and beaches it offers become the perfect setting for windsurfing, swimming, waterskiing, among other water sports.

    Here, at the foot of the Nabuelbuta Mountain Range, you will find a precious world and natural heritage site marked by the works of the Mapuche craftsmen, medicinal secrets and food that combine the traditions of the native people and German settlers.

  • Tirúa and Isla Mocha
    Tirúa e Isla Mocha

    The landscapes of Tirúa are the perfect mix between amazing coastal beauty and rural charm. Surrounded by Mapuche culture and identity, this town will seduce you with its traditional arts and crafts made of wool and natural dyes.

    The clear sand and native forests of Isla Mocha are home to more than 500 bird species that live in the National Reserve. You can trek or bike around the island and enjoy the delicious food that makes this place heaven for chefs.

Lota
Lota

This old mining town, settled by the shores of the Pacific, invites you to get a closer look at an important time in Chilean history. Walk through the tunnels and galleries some 50 meters under the sea to enter the famous mine “El Chiflón del Diablo”.

Visit the Lota History Museum, the beautiful gardens of the Cousiño Park and relive the glorious past of this city. Or just walk along its broad beaches and enjoy the best the sea can offer while watching the colorful boats bobbing on the sea.

Culture
Lota
Buchupureo
Buchupureo

Beaches with sporadic waves and green prairies turn this area into one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, an area of waves and surf and a mix between country life and modern times.

Buchupureo is not only for water sports enthusiasts who come for the best waves of the national circuit, it is also great for those looking for peace and quiet and a natural environment, offering an ideal setting to do sport fishing and rural activities.

Beaches
Buchupureo
Lanalhue Lake
Lago Lanalhue

This first step on Chile’s southern lake trail invites you to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities. The native forests, bays and beaches it offers become the perfect setting for windsurfing, swimming, waterskiing, among other water sports.

Here, at the foot of the Nabuelbuta Mountain Range, you will find a precious world and natural heritage site marked by the works of the Mapuche craftsmen, medicinal secrets and food that combine the traditions of the native people and German settlers.

Nature
Lago Lanalhue
Tirúa and Isla Mocha
Tirúa e Isla Mocha

The landscapes of Tirúa are the perfect mix between amazing coastal beauty and rural charm. Surrounded by Mapuche culture and identity, this town will seduce you with its traditional arts and crafts made of wool and natural dyes.

The clear sand and native forests of Isla Mocha are home to more than 500 bird species that live in the National Reserve. You can trek or bike around the island and enjoy the delicious food that makes this place heaven for chefs.

Nature
Tirúa e Isla Mocha