"I needed a place to work," Chilean poet and Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda wrote in his memoirs. "I found a stone house facing the ocean, in a place nobody knew about, Isla Negra." Neruda, who bought the house in 1939, found much inspiration here. "Isla Negra's wild coastal strip, with its turbulent ocean, was the place to give myself passionately to the writing of my new song," he wrote.
Elsewhere In The Central Coast
The largest town south of Valparaíso, Algarrobo has a winding coastline with several yellow-sand beaches and consequently attracts throngs of sun worshippers. The pine forest...
- 1 Restaurants
- 2 Hotels
- 7 Things To Do