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Puerto Montt

Feel the exquisite sea breeze and contemplate the immensity of the Pacific Ocean sitting in front of the ocean in Puerto Montt. Discover its port identity, salmon farming, and assorted gastronomy.
Taste the delights of the sea at the Angelmó cove, protagonist of the city that welcomes you with a table full of seafood and fish from the area. Delight yourself with a variety of restaurants, some with a view of the Tenglo Island and the Calbuco Volcano, where everything is prepared instantly: paila marina, a “cancato” (fish stew, sausage, cheese, and tomato) and the unbeatable sea urchins.
Walk through the streets of Puerto Montt and be amazed by its cathedral built of larch wood, where international cruise ships and ferries sail to Chiloé, crossing the Aysén and Magallanes fjords.

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Explore the charms Puerto Montt

  • Angelmó

    Just 2 kilometers from downtown Puerto Montt you’ll find Angelmó, a small cove that will awaken your senses. With a natural landscape that is intertwined with the typical hustle and bustle of the area, the colors, flavors and smells of one of the most renowned markets in Chile will welcome you.

    Enjoy a rich and varied menu, where fish and shellfish are the main attractions. Here you can also buy some of the best souvenirs of your trip in the arts and crafts market, found across from the main market.

  • Ancud

    If you travel to this mystical land of witches and wizards, don’t miss out on the Ancud Regional Museum where you can get to know the history, mythology and crafts of the area, as well as its indigenous past. Visit the San Antonio Fort too, where the view of the port is spectacular.

    The people from this area live off the sea, so it´s a good idea to enjoy their food before you begin traveling through the rest of the island.

  • Lahuen Ñadi National Monument

    Explore these 200 hectares of Valdivian Forest with its large trees, bushes, vines, ferns and moss, as well as a diverse fauna dominated by birds.

    Interact with nature, walking along the paths of the park and see firsthand the ancient larch trees, among other indigenous species of the south. If you want to rest, you can do so in the camping facilities available.

  • Alerce Andino National Park

    A hideout of almost 40 thousand hectares, where nature surprises with its maximum expression. A huge massif and deep valleys completely covered by dense larch forests and other trees typical of the area await you in the Alerce Andino National Park. Do not miss the views of Lake Chapo and the valleys of the Chaicas and Lenca rivers!
    Hike the park’s trails, and you may encounter a wide variety of animals. While deep in the forest, there are mountain lakes hidden in the rugged terrain waiting to be discovered.

Angelmó

Just 2 kilometers from downtown Puerto Montt you’ll find Angelmó, a small cove that will awaken your senses. With a natural landscape that is intertwined with the typical hustle and bustle of the area, the colors, flavors and smells of one of the most renowned markets in Chile will welcome you.

Enjoy a rich and varied menu, where fish and shellfish are the main attractions. Here you can also buy some of the best souvenirs of your trip in the arts and crafts market, found across from the main market.

Wine and Gastronomy
Ancud

If you travel to this mystical land of witches and wizards, don’t miss out on the Ancud Regional Museum where you can get to know the history, mythology and crafts of the area, as well as its indigenous past. Visit the San Antonio Fort too, where the view of the port is spectacular.

The people from this area live off the sea, so it´s a good idea to enjoy their food before you begin traveling through the rest of the island.

Culture
Lahuen Ñadi National Monument

Explore these 200 hectares of Valdivian Forest with its large trees, bushes, vines, ferns and moss, as well as a diverse fauna dominated by birds.

Interact with nature, walking along the paths of the park and see firsthand the ancient larch trees, among other indigenous species of the south. If you want to rest, you can do so in the camping facilities available.

Nature
Alerce Andino National Park

A hideout of almost 40 thousand hectares, where nature surprises with its maximum expression. A huge massif and deep valleys completely covered by dense larch forests and other trees typical of the area await you in the Alerce Andino National Park. Do not miss the views of Lake Chapo and the valleys of the Chaicas and Lenca rivers!
Hike the park’s trails, and you may encounter a wide variety of animals. While deep in the forest, there are mountain lakes hidden in the rugged terrain waiting to be discovered.

Nature