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Chile Tours Viña del Mar and Central Coast

Chile’s Central Valley is the most fertile region in the country, located between the Andes and the mountain range that lines the coast and is renowned for its vineyards. 

Valparaiso and Viña del Mar are popular not only with tourists but also with the locals who come here to make the most of the sugar white beaches and blue seas. It is also known for the large variety of things on offer that can sometimes be overwhelming to first-time visitors. 

    The colourful Centre of Chile

     The city of Valparaiso is labelled a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is often referred to as the Jewel of the Pacific due to its colourful houses and streets as well as its idyllic location by the sea. This colourful city is best discovered on foot to take in its true beauty. Neighbourhoods such as Cerro Alegre and Cerro Conception have impressive street art murals that must be seen.

    The Andes mountains are located nearby and make an ideal and quick ski trip that the Chilean population often opt for. Portillo is the most popular of ski towns for the multitude of activities and sceneries it offers. 

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    • Vina Del Mar

      Visit Viña del Mar

      Viña del Mar also called the “Garden City” is a mixture of new modern buildings and old architecture leftover from the city’s golden age. Located by the sea, the town is the ideal place to partake in some water activities and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Every year in February Viña del Mar holds a music festival that is not to be missed by music aficionados. 

    • Matanzas Beach

      Disconnect from the world in Matanzas

      Matanzas is a quaint beach town that has some of the best beaches in the country. Relax on the sand or try your hand at paddle surfing whatever you choose you will be sure to disconnect and take in your beautiful surroundings. For seafood lovers this is the place to be. Local fishermen go out to sea everyday and come back with freshly caught fish and seafood that can be enjoyed in the local restaurants.

    • Isla Negra

      Follow in literary footsteps in Isla Negra

      If you are a fan of poetry then Isla Negra is the place for you. Nobel Prize for Literature winner Pablo Neruda built a house here after a visit where he fell in love with this coastal town. Tourists can visit said house and get a peek into Neruda’s inner sanctum full of collectibles he gathered over the years. 

    • Go surfing in Pichilemu

      Pichilemu is known around the world to be the a haven for watersports. The waves here can reach up to 9 metres in height, perfect for surfing. But surfing is not the only thing you can do here waterskiing, kitesurfing and wind sailing are all very popular activities too. Whether you are a beginner or a professional you will be sure to make the most of the waves and water. If you are not tempted to brave the water, head to Punta de Lobos and Infierniello where every year professional surfers descent onto these beaches to participate in their annual surfing competition. 


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