Santiago de Chile is one of the most modern and safest cities in South America. It is located in the foothills of the imposing Andes Mountains at an average of 500 meters above sea level.
Santiago has earned an image of tranquility, cleanliness and quality of life that is highly valued by visitors. Your best option as a traveler is still to walk through its streets and discover a metropolis that renews more and more of its spaces.
The main port of Chile, declared a "World Heritage Site" by UNESCO in 2003, just 120 kilometers (75 miles) from Santiago, welcomes us with its 45 colorful hills and 15 elevators, which are some of the many attractions of this fascinating and "eclectic" city.
Viña del Mar, also known as the "Garden City", is the most important seaside resort in the central region of Chile.
Thirty kilometers north of Valparaíso we find the vast Ritoque Dunes, far from civilization and surrounded by the "sound of silence". This was the place where the indigenous natives came to fish and shellfish, whose traces of broken shells can still be seen. Pine forests and the beautiful beach complete the landscape. La Campana National Park is located in the Coastal Mountain Range northwest of Santiago. It covers approximately 80 square kilometers and is the natural habitat of the Chilean palm (Jubaea chilensis), a variety of cacti, and is home to foxes and chinchillas. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Cachagua has an extensive beach of blond sands, forests and cliffs that give it its special characteristic of beautiful views and special intimacy. The beach resort of Zapallar is located 2 kilometers north of Cachagua, and is the favorite place for the "elite" of Santiago, with its exclusive mansions of traditional and modern design.
This wonderful place is located in the middle of the Andes Mountains, south-east of the Metropolitan Region, just one hour from Santiago de Chile and is a frequent destination for nature and ecotourism lovers. This place is a paradise for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, kayaking and rafting.
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