The Historical Museum and the Isidora Cousiño Park are the foundations of the picturesque City of Lota and they enclose the history of a very special lady.
On San Vicente Bay, Caleta Lenga is fishermen village that became popular due to its typical gastronomic proposal.
Compasses always point to the North. If we are in Concepción and wish to go northwards, we will find ourselves in the Community of Talcahuano.
After crossing the Bío Bío River and following the Road of the Conquerors towards the South, the cities of Coronel, Lota and Chivilingo are reached. Afterwards, the quiet beaches and the forests of Arauco.
“Huío Huío” was the way the primitive peoples from this region would pronounce it. In the Mapuche tongue, this name means “water murmur”. It was a natural boundary impossible to be avoided. Today, it rests in peace.
This is an invitation to tour around the Huáscar Monitor, the restored 1864 warship turned into one of the few floating museums in the world today.
Walking along the streets of Concepción enables visitors to get deep into the times when the Mapuche chiefs and the Republicans would write history. It is worth going on a tour around this beautiful city.
The community of Lota is one of the closest tourist attractions to the City of Concepción. It is totally worthwhile learning about its history and its lifestyle, visiting its streets, as well as meeting its people.
Lakes Lanalhue and Lleu Lleu are close to the town of Contulmo and show off their pure waters and the natural beauty around them.
A former coal mine has turned into a regional tourist attraction in the last few years. Visitors may become miners and go deep down into the core of the Earth.
Even if Contulmo stands for "stopover place” in the Mapuche tongue, the primitive roots of these people may be found together with the German immigration in this small town.