The Central Coast Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Central Coast - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Club de Yates Algarrobo

  • Marina/Pier/Dock

Next to Playa San Pedro is this private yacht club. In February, boats from all over the country participate in one of Chile's most important...

Cofradía Náutica

  • Marina/Pier/Dock

A private marina at the end of a point south of town harbors some of the country's top yachts. ...

El Quisco

  • Beach–Sight

South of Algarobbo, El Quisco is nothing but a long beach of pale sand guarded on either end by stone jetties. In the middle of the beach...

Isla de los Pájaros Niños

  • Island

Just offshore from the Cofradía Náutica is this tiny island and penguin sanctuary that shelters more than 300 Humboldt and Magellan...

Playa Canelillo

  • Beach–Sight

If you want seclusion, follow the trail that leads southwest from Playa El Canelo, past the guano-splotched outcropping called Peñablanca,...

Playa El Canelo

  • Beach–Sight

Algarrobo's nicest beach is Playa El Canelo, in a secluded cove south of town. It's an idyllic spot of fine yellow sand, calm blue-green...

Playa Grande

  • Beach–Sight

The beige sand of this nice beach stretches northward from town for several miles. There's usually rough surf, which can make it dangerous...

Playa Las Cadenas

  • Beach–Sight

On the north end of town, Playa Las Cadenas has a waterfront promenade. The name, "Chain Beach," refers to the thick metal links lining...

Playa San Pedro

  • Beach–Sight

The most popular beach in town is tiny Playa San Pedro; a statue of Saint Peter in the sand next to the wharf marks the spot. It's small,...