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We left for Isla Cachagua from the nearby fishing cove, Caleta de Zapallar. It’s pretty as a postcard here! Sandy beach nestled into green hills, clear blue and calm water. The perfect place to relax and enjoy nature. At noon on a Sunday, the area...More
We went to this beach to get some sunshine although it is still cold. We rested on the warm sand. Many people with children and dogs.
The beach is quite nice surrounded by a mountain with lots of greenery. Beautiful views.
There is kiosk that...More
We stayed with Chilean friends in Zapallar. It has a spectacular location that reminded us of Big Sur in California. We were off season so had the benefit of unspoiled beaches and walks and spectacular views with wonderful homes (think Architectural Digest) along the rocky...More
It is a nice, small beach without services, one can take a walk, although the promenande is narrow in some part, especially close to a restaurant that invades almost all with tables. One can take a walk on the rocky promenade ("rambla"). Parking is only...More
The beach is very beautiful, reminds me of Southern California. We went in mid November, water was very cold. The couple of restaurants at the beach were expensive. The town is beautiful, fancy, safe but we didn’t see any people at all (on a Saturday)
We didn’t have a chance to ‘use’ the beach properly but did have the opportunity to walk its length and admire what is one of the most beautifully-sited stretches of clean honey-coloured sand we have ever seen.. it is most certainly top of our list...More
Great beach, the.water eaven in summer is very cold, because of the Humboult cold stream. So be awear of this. Anyway is beatifull and very challenging!. Be aware that is a dangeruos beach. The womens are beautifull . Great place to be if you speak...More