Back in 1941, two boats arrived in the bay. One of them was a battle ship and the other one a passenger boat. Both soldiers and civilians approached the beach where the inhabitants of town were already gathered.
All those dwellers of German origin were taken into the boat to be questioned. Afterwards, they learned that an order to find out what the foreigners were doing at these confines of the country had arrived from the capital of Chile: Santiago.
According to the subsequent events, it was believed that the citizens of Puyuhuapi would supply German submarines with food, radio equipments and weapons. The truth was that before the war, it was usual that they should receive German goods and machinery for the development of the town.
The questioning finished and all this turned into an anecdote that in turn became a kind of legend. Some locals still say that those submarines were once in the zone, as if this was a fact.
Starting at this belief, countless fables emerged. They still circulate among the adults in town, who assume that many personal or community situations were related to the submarine that would still be sailing in the fjord.
The museums of Chile are protagonists in each of the regions that make up Welcome Chile. Visitors to the website will be able to choose those with which they feel most identified according to their theme or else those that lie in the city they are about to visit. This section tours around these venues offering the articles put together by our staff as well as showing history and the most outstanding photographs taken at each of them.
When the snow comes, skiing in Chile becomes irresistible. The spirit of the white sports is reborn and the new winter season begins to be outlined at each ski resort in the country. The modern lifts as well as the varied infrastructure satisfy the most demanding visitors, who assert the qualities of Chile for winter sports year after year.