Anakena Beach, Rapa Nui, Pacifica •
Seemed like a good enough place to stop and take a rest.
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Warm sunshine, sea and sand; what better ingredients for a fabulous holiday? You’ll discover idyllic beaches ideal for sunbathing, as well as more dramatic shores, many offering fantastic opportunities for water sports and nautical activities on over 4,000 kilometers of Chilean coast.
Visit the north to enjoy year-round sunshine and the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean. Ideal for stretching out on your towel and soaking up some rays.
Well-rested and looking for some city fun? Then head for the central heartland, whose lively cities boast splendid beaches and rolling surf. For a quieter and more intimate experience, explore the many smaller bays and coves, growing in popularity among surfers and food lovers for their exquisite fresh seafood.
In the south of Chile, there’s lots of fun to be had on the many lakeside beaches. Some have dark volcanic sand and dramatic forest backdrops. Enjoy their quiet waters, perfect for boat trips and other nautical pastimes like kayaking and sailing. One hundred percent natural relaxation!
Rapa Nui’s (Easter Island) outstanding beaches are among the best in the Pacific. Calm seas, the perfect temperature, swaying palm trees … all under the gaze of the enigmatic moai. Rapa Nui is a holidaymakers’ paradise.
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