Chilean Populations in the Eighth Region
Distance: 22 Kilometers away from Concepción
A fishing center of great industrial concentration, in which, steel and petrochemical industries are working.
You can visit the coastline and the shellfish shops. From here, you will get access to The Huascar Monitor.
Distance: 42 Kilometers away from Chillán
It is located on the coast. This city possesses natural attractions such as Loberia, a group of small islands where hundreds of sea lions live.
It is interesting to visit the Church of the Stone and the Beach of Cobquecura.
Distance: 45 Kilometers away from Concepción
A famous town thanks to the so called “Ruta de Vino” (route of the wine). This is a road which integrates about 1,000 muscatel wines cellars. This location is composed by beautiful beaches such as Vegas del Itata, Perales and Purema.
It is interesting to visit: The Bulnes and Quillon Towns, The Avendaño Lagoon, The Itata River, The Cayanco Valley and The Cayamanque Hill.
Distance: 71 Kilometers away from Concepción
This province offers spectacular nature, spots, calmness, beautiful sunshine, beaches, lagoons, and adventure tourism.
The town is located 71 kilometers from Concepción. A gentle town surrounded by mountains and beaches of white sand.
Distance: 146 Kilometers away from Concepción
It is located 160 kilometers away from Arauco. It is the capital of the province of Arauco. Its main activity is mining.
It is a town of rich handcraftsmanship. It is interesting to visit there: the Plaza of Lebu, La Cruz Hill, Boca del Rio Lebu, and also the towns of Chivilengo, Lavaquete, Carampangue, Tibul and Llico.
Near to this region, the Mochawith Island is situated. This island has a varied flora and fauna. The place has become into a National Park.
This city has a strong agricultural activity. It is an important milestone on the Conqueror’s Route of Chile. This route came from Concepción, passed through Arauco and Cañete, and crossed the mountains of Nahuelbuta and Cotulmo.
Distance: 146 Kilometers away from Cañete
It is also called “the city of the three floors”. It was considered the most prosper city during the Spanish Conquest. Later, the city was abandoned (1599) due to the rebellion of the Mapuches.
Cahahue possesses clean public areas.
Distance: 8 Kilometers away from Puerto Saavedra
The island is well known because of the presence of several Mapuche and Lafkenche communities. This is a significant tourist point that is administered by the Azlilko Lewfu Budi Asociation.