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  1. What to see
  2. BUCHUPUREO BEACH AND RIVER
  3. 2,000 feet from the vacation complex along a lit up roadway in the area known as Buchupureo, we find “La Boca” beach, where a river flows into the sea, forming a beautiful lagoon with clean sand shores and floor, where children and adults can swim safely. Next to this beach, on the other side of the rocks, is “La Zorra” beach, a surfers paradise.
  4. FISHING WHARF
  5. At this place located 1,600 feet south of the complex, you will find a variety of seafood brought in by local fishermen.
  6. COLMUYAO
  7. The Columayo, a broad and peaceful river bordering the shore, lined by sandy beaches and meadows, only 11 miles away, is a perfect place to enjoy with your family.
  1. SEA LION ROCK
  2. Six miles south of Buchupureo, there is an enormous rock, serving as a refuge for thousands of sea lions about 300 feet from the shore on a long beach. It has been declared a wildlife refuge.
  3. ROCK CHURCH
  4. The “Iglesia de Piedra” (Rock Church), 2 miles south of Buchupureo, is a cavern shaped like a turtle's body, and its interior has laberynths leading out to the beach, resembling the nave of a church.
  5. LOS QUEULES
  6. Los Queules National Reserve is located 11 miles north of Buchupureo along the coastal road. It is administered by the Chilean National Forest Service (CONAF). Its name comes from a long-living endangered native tree. Various native species of trees are found in these forests, including hualo, bollén, peumo, litre, laurel, huillipatagua, as well as large copihue vines. There are also a number of bird species that can be seen here, such as hawks, doves, meadowlarks, thrushes and tinamous, among many others. It is surrounded by pine forests, making the contrasting environment all the more stunning.
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