Amidst the intensely green foliage, the waterfalls follow one another and make up a spectacular scene in the X Chilean Region.
Water sport enthusiasts can practice sailing, take part in regattas and share long chats at the Yacht Club.
A new attraction contributes to the magical nature and the well-known cultural values of Frutillar during the summer. It is the amusing Beer Festival.
In Frutillar, talking about German pastries means talking about kuchen, a traditional cake made with Grandmas' secret recipes that have remained in time.
Several Andean lakes connect Frutillar and Bariloche in an excursion that includes traveling by land and water, getting deep into diverse wild scenes.
The profile of the Osorno Volcano is visible from several points in the Lake District. In addition to admiring its silhouette, getting to know its attractions from a close distance is a nice option.
As an urban forest, the most significant features of this space is that it remains in a natural state and that it shows what the area was like when the first German immigrants arrived.
Located on the coast of the lake, against a background of volcanoes, the best way to visit Frutillar is on foot.
Frutillar is a starting point in a land circuit that embraces Lake Llanquihue and enables travelers to see various geographical features during an all-day ride.
Rodeo is an equestrian sport that exhibits the skill of Chilean men and captivates an audience that knows these presentations very well and enjoys them in the company of family members.
From the pier Cofradía Náutica the motorboat called Colono of a colonial style design sets out to cruise across Lake Llanquihue.
A visit to The German Colonial Museum is a way of paying tribute to the lifestyle of the immigrants who played an essential part in the history of Frutillar.