The Southern Coast Sights

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

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Ica 9

Nazca 7

Tambo Colorado 3

Paracas 2

Huacachina 1

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Cahuachi Pyramids

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Within a walled, 4,050-square-yard courtyard west of the Nazca Lines is an ancient ceremonial and pilgrimage site. Six adobe pyramids,...

Casa-Museo Maria Reiche

  • Museum/Gallery

To see where a lifelong obsession with the Nazca Lines can lead you, head to the former home of the German anthropologist who devoted...

Cementerio de Chauchilla

  • Cemetery

In the midst of the pale, scorched desert, 30 km (19 miles) south of Nazca—the last 12 km (7 miles) of the road is unpaved—the ancient...

El Estaquería

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

These wooden pillars, 34 km (21 miles) west of Nazca, carved of huarango wood and placed on mud-brick platforms, were once thought...

Museo Antonini

  • Museum/Gallery

For an overview of the Nazca culture and the various archaeological sites in the region, this Italian-run museum is the best in town.

Nazca Lines

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Even with the knowledge of the Nazca culture obtained from the archeological discoveries, it was not until 1929 that the Nazca Lines...

Tallera de Artesania de Andres Calle Flores

  • Museum/Gallery

Everyone comes to Nazca for the Lines, but it's worth visiting the studio of Tobi Flores, whose father Andres Calle Flores years ago...

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