San Fernando Vacations
San Fernando is located about 80 miles (129 kilometers) south of Santiago, the national capital, and 170 miles (274 kilometers) southwest of Mendoza.
Plaza de Armas and Plaza de San Fernando are the perfect places to kick back and soak up the unique rhythms of San Fernando. Enjoy a bite to eat, mingle with locals and other visitors, and you’ll soon see why these squares are so loved by San Fernando residents.
One of the most significant heritage attractions in the area is the Sewell. Educational and intriguing, it is well worth a trip. Enquire about a guided tour, try to imagine what it was like in times gone by and discover the events that shaped local history.
Pichilemu Beach, is the perfect place to spend the day when the sun is shining. Relax and unwind, enjoy the changing seasons and revel in the outdoors. Enjoy the feel of your bare feet as you play along the water’s edge or just enjoy being near the water.
The Museo de Colchagua is a great educational escape for those looking for something a little different in San Fernando. Take advantage of the peace and quiet, ask the friendly staff about the historical themes, pick up a souvenir at the gift shop or just admire the lovingly crafted exhibits.
The Iglesia de San Francisco is a long-standing place of worship that is well worth checking out. Walk around this interesting building, learn its story and find out why it is such a popular destination for tourists and San Fernando locals alike.
The nature parks around San Fernando allow visitors to see the birds, trees and plants that flourish in the region. To explore one of the major local natural parks, drive to Reserva Nacional Rio de los Cipreses.
Whether you’ve come to San Fernando business or pleasure, you’ll get more out of your visit by spending a little time at the El Teniente and the Hacienda El Huique.