Situated near the beach, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Punta de Lobos Beach and Lobos Point. Pichilemu Language School and Pichilemu Beach are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Situated near the beach, this hostel is within a 5-minute walk of Pichilemu Language School and Pichilemu Beach. Punta de Lobos Beach and Lobos Point are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Situated in Pichilemu, this hotel is 3.9 mi (6.3 km) from Pichilemu Beach.
Situated in Pichilemu, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Pichilemu Beach and Pichilemu Language School. Punta de Lobos Beach and Lobos Point are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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Just 100 miles to the north of Pichilemu lies Vina del Mar, while 100 miles northeast is where you will find Santiago.
If it's fun in the sun you desire, do not miss Pichilemu Beach, 1 mile to the northeast of Pichilemu. Rocas de Santo Domingo Beach, 55 miles to the north, is also worth a look.
If you're looking for an outdoor activity, put on your hiking boots and head over to Laguna Torca. It's located about 25 miles from Pichilemu.
Punta de Lobos Beach and Cáhuil are two more great places worth seeing while you're in the region. They're 2 miles and 7 miles away, respectively.
Make sure you let your taste buds loose on the region's favorite food and drinks.
Embark on your gastronomic experience by sampling the eclectic mix of local ingredients, such as shellfish and quinoa.
Your trip wouldn't be complete if you didn't try porotos con riendas (bean and pasta soup) and pastel de choclo (corn and meat pie).
Finish with arroz con leche (rice pudding), a dreamy dessert.
Most bars will have Austral Pale Ale on tap. Order a round or three for your pals and you'll soon discover why this beer is cherished by the locals.
Enjoy the full-bodied aromas that float out from this region's most well-regarded wines. During an evening meal, ask for a glass or two of Colchagua Valley Malbec and Casablanca Valley Carmenere.
While you're preparing to head off on your getaway, why not memorize a selection of useful words in Spanish? ¿Cómo estás? means how are you? in Spanish. ¡Cuánto tiempo! (long time no see) is also good to know.
The 18th of September is when the whole country will mark Independence Day. You're sure to find plenty of special events and festivities if you're lucky enough to be here at that time.
The only downside of taking a vacation is that it eventually must end. While you might find it hard bidding "Hasta la vista" to Pichilemu, just remember that you can always come back!
The nearest airport is Arturo Merino Benitez Airport, and it is roughly 100 miles to the northeast.
Currently, there aren't many hotels and other accommodation options on our Pichilemu lodging guide, so book early on to avoid disappointment.