Tourism in Chiloé

Queilen

It is located 230 kilometers from Puerto Montt, it is located in front of the mouth of the long Estero de Compu, ending in a long and beautiful tip of sand, which intersects the Queilen Canal and the Gulf of Corcovado. In Queilen you can visit the “Refuge for sailors”, the beaches of Queilén and Lelbun, the village of Aituy and Agoní, Estero Paildad, Acui Island, Pio-Pio Lagoon and Tranqui Island. Source: Friends of the Chiloé Churches Foundation

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Pulquedón

It is located 195 kilometers from Puerto Montt and it is possible to visit the viewpoints of La Gruta de Lourdes, Puchilco, Camino Cortado, Cerro “La Mona”, Lagunas de Puchilco and “Los Cuervos”, the beaches of Guiñai , Marico and Aldachildo.

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Curaco de Veléz

In Curaco de Vélez you can visit, Mirador de Changüitad, the Galvarino Riveros Museum, the Street Houses, Las Ostras, Los Molinos, The Black Neck Swans and the artisans of the road.

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Quinchao

It is located 173 kilometers from Puerto Montt and among its attractions are the viewpoints of La Paloma, Putique, Quinchao, the Achao Church, the Achao evangelization museums, the Chaulinec Islands Group, Quenac Islands Group, the Lin Lin Island, Llingua Island, Quinchao Church and the Piedra de Achao viewpoint.

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Quemchi

It is located 144 kilometers from Puerto Montt, northeast of the Isla Grande de Chiloé. Among its main attractions is Punta Piquén, which allows you to take a walk along the Quemchinas beaches, with pangales and thick foliage, nestled on the Caucahue Channel (‘place of large seagulls’), an island located in front of Quemchi. You can access it by boat and get to know Punta Morros Lobos, where wild birds live, Punta Pinquen, Punta Pescuezo, which has ample sand and a natural tidal pool, Queler and the Estero Tubildad. Queler is located on Caucahue Island, 10 minutes by boat from

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