It is located 152 kilometers from Puerto Montt and its most tourist places are the Shipyard, where carpenters work in the construction of boats, following the traditional construction techniques of the Island. Another must-see in Dalcahue is the Historical Anthropological Ethnographic Museum , dedicated to the chonos and huilliches peoples. It shows the use of wood in handicrafts, folk instruments, collections of ceramics, coins, wildlife and photographs of landscapes and people. On the Costanera is where the largest activity of the town is carried out, especially that related to trade, in addition to this sector is the Dalcahue Cultural Center. The Church of Our Lady of Sorrows is located in the Plaza and its main festival takes place on September 15 in honor of Our Lady of Sorrows. Other places to visit in Dalcahue are the village of San Juan, the Cascade of Tocoihue and the village of Tenaún.
Source: Friends of the Chiloé Churches Foundation