In the very center of La Serena lies one of the most important handicraft markets in the country. We visited La Recova and were amazed at what is sold there.
We made a new discovery of La Serena on foot. As we walked around its streets, we imagined the colonial past of the second most ancient city in Chile.
We visited Norte, Capel, Mistral, Tres Erres and Artesanos de Cochiguaz pisco producers to reveal the mysteries of how the most famous pisco in the world is made.
Elqui Valley, known worldwide for its clear sky, invites tourists to discover the beauty of Region IV, a tour around the ranches that give aroma and taste to pisco.
During our visit to the city, we toured around the local beaches: a healthy way to make contact with the environment.