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About Pichilemu

Pichilemu is also known as South America's surfing paradise and hosts thousands of surfers from around the world throughout the year. Also beaches like Punta de Lobos and Infiernillo host international surf competitions each year. Pichilemu beaches are surrounded by extraordinary rock formations and as well as those who are interested in outdoor nature sports, the summits attract great interest. The most popular activities in Picihilemu include windsurfing, hiking, kite surfing and sailing. You can explore the trekking paths in Ross Park named a National Monument of Chile and enjoy the charming countryside and natural habitats of Pichilemu. Every year Pichilemu is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Chile where surfers from Chile and abroad flock. Pichilemu is a 3.5 hours drive away from Terminal Alameda in Santiago and San Fernando in about 2 hours away. You can see exhibitions at the Agustin Ross Cultural Centre which is a 3-story cultural center in the city of Pichilemu. Spend a day in the village of Cahuli where you can take a boat trip. Very close to the Infiernillo Beach you can taste the delicious specialties of sea food at El Puente Holandes Restaurant and you can buy ceramic and wooden sculptures as a gift for your loved ones. Some of the city's most popular eating and drinking venues are; the La Roca Restaurant offering unique views of the sea, serving seafood, pizza, pasta etc. Casa Roja offers delicacies, Cardumen Cafe with coffee and homemade ice cream, Pepi, Pulpo, La Loba, Puente Holandes, La Casa de las Empanadas, 100% Pizza and La Loba Restaurant. In addition we recommend that you to taste the sushi at DonBuri Restaurant. You can be rest assured that you will find a hotel that matches your budget in the city with multiple accommodations such as Cabanas Buena Vista, Surfarm Pichilemu and Surf Eat Sleep Hostel. Those who want to surf at Punta de Lobos Beach, for surf boards etc there are shops where you can rent items. Open on Wednesdays and Sundays between 09.00 and 14.00 the Pichilemu Farmers Market offers a variety of food products from seafood to organic fruits and vegetables. At Fereria Market it is likely you will come across lots of postcards, magnets, souvenirs and textiles. At La Quilla Food Market you can sample local wines and at the Los Guapitos verdulia booths taste the street delicacies. You can join surf lessons and guided tours at Oceanos Chile and at the roadside you will come across fruit and vegetable vendars selling strawberries, blueberries, olives, olive oil, jams, etc. If you are planning on ​​going to Santa Cruz for a day trip you should first stop by the Colchagua Museum which has a very interesting concept. You can visit the village's vineyards, witness the pottery tradition that still continues in Panul and spend time in nature in the Chilean Palm Forest in La Campana National Park.

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