It's hardly surprising the area around Maullin is so popular with travelers from all over the world; the surrounding region features numerous fascinating natural and man-made attractions. Ancud, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast, and Chinquio, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west of Maullin are also waiting to be discovered.
While you are on holiday in Maullin, why don't you head to Ancud. Approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) away, this regional transport and shopping hub is where you'll find Aucar Island, Brava Beach and Ancud Cathedral. Fort Agui, Fort San Antonio and Corona Lighthouse are among the many other attractions in Ancud that should be on everyone's itinerary.
You'll often find the true personality of a place is by visiting the restaurants and cafés in the region. Try some food and get to know people who live in the area. Some ingredients commonly found in many Chile recipe books are quinoa and olives. Are you ready to order porotos con riendas (bean and pasta soup) or corn humitas? Both dishes are a common fare in this region. Chile desserts such as arroz con leche (rice pudding) are also a good thing to try. You will see locals and visitors alike relaxing over a glass or two of Austral Pale Ale; it's among the best-loved beers in Chile. To prolong your pleasant evening, go for a drink in a bar. Sample Colchagua Valley Malbec or Casablanca Valley Carmenere. If you like strong alcoholic drinks, order some Casablanca Valley Carmenere and drink to the many attractions of Maullin.
All good things come to an end, but be rest assured, when you're ready to say "Adiós", rest assured, you'll have plenty of memories and keepsakes to take home.