What To Expect
We head towards the Pacific Coast by the Autopista del Sol (Suns Highway), passing through the beaches of San Sebastian, Las Cruces and El Tabo on the way to Isla Negra (Black Island).
This place of dark sands, eucalyptus and pine trees enchanted Pablo Neruda, winner of the Literature Nobel Prize in 1971. He ended up building one if his houses here and decorated each corner of the house with sculptures, adornments, paintings and books that had some relation with the sea. It has since become a museum. You will have some free time to explore the house and the garden.
Next, we will visit other beaches of the area such as El Quisco and Algarrobo. Its tranquil waters are ideal for practicing nautical sports.
We will also visit Pomaire, an arts and crafts town that still keeps the ancient tradition of working clay, with a broad variety of elaborated products and different techniques. In Pomaire it is also possible to enjoy exquisite typical Chilean plates such as the la empanada Pomairina, (breaded meat), known for its giant size. You will also have some free time to walk around the handicraft fair, eat something and take photographs. At the end of the tour, you will return to your hotel in Santiago.
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Entrance Fee to Pablo Neruda's home-museum in Isla Negra
Visit to Pomaire
Tips and gratuities
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