Chonchi in Chile, from South America region, is best know for Churches & Cathedrals. Discover best things to do in Chonchi with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 112 reviews
Small wooden church. They say of 'historical' significance as they do for many on this island. What can I say? It cost us quite a lot of money to come here from Castro - maybe look at my photos and draw your own conclusion...
4.5 based on 58 reviews
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Chonchi as a small town is worth a slight detour off Route 5 South, and the seafront's certainly worth it on a sunny day, as fishermen and others go about their business. Colourful houses and even more colourful boats are part of the charm.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Pese a que no lo visitaba hace muchos años, lo encontré más urbanizado el entorno y para mejor este bello lago. Jamás me olvido de la canción de Violeta Parra, que habla que entre los pueblos de Cucao y Chonchi...queda Huillinco. Posee un pequeño muelle en buen estado, que invita a posar para una foto, nadar o pasear y disfrutar de la naturaleza.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
I visited the museum last Friday on a bitterly cold and rainy day. Don Sergio made us most welcome and allowed my daughter to play one of his precious collection. His collection of accordions would take some beating and he was in the middle of repairing some of his pieces.
We made a donation and I bought some postcards. Unfortunately he had sols all of his CDs but a calender was also available.
The museum has been open since 2010. For us that was a shame as we visited Chonchi with my accordion-playing dad in 1999 and so he missed this.
He would have considered it to be the perfect museum!
4 based on 41 reviews
Yes, it has one of the many churches on the island (see separate review) and also a quite nice waterfront. A few shops and a post office where you can use the rather dirty toilet for 0.100 CHP.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
There are a number of UNESCO protected wood churches in Chiloe, each with it's own unique personality. It doesn't take a long time to explore, however this is definitely worth the stop.
3.5 based on 20 reviews
Exteriormente es una agradable construcción de madera, arquitectónicamente simple pero bonita.
En el interior, es un mercado común y corriente. No espere encontrar nada sorprendente, con excepción del mirador en el tercer piso que le permite tomar fotografías de la costa chonchina.
Además, si gusta de los mariscos y pescados, hay restaurantes con precios normales y buena atención. También unos pocos locales donde comprar recuerdos.
3.5 based on 5 reviews
tiene su principal auge en verano en donde funciona su hotel, la reserva privada tiene un acceso dificil solo en 4x4 con un camino poco señalizado es para una visita durante todo el dia, y mejor durante el verano, en si el lugar es hermoso con bellos bosques Chilotes
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