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Chile Chico is located on the southeast shore of Lake General Carrera with a total area of 4,669 km2 and a population close to 4500 people. Its territory stretches from theArgentine pampas to the Northern Ice Field, with a diverse landscape ranging from cold steppe to the Patagonian forest. The capital of the commune is Chile Chico and its most important village are:Fachinal, Mallin Grande, Puerto Guadal and Puerto Bertrand.

With an enviable microclimate throughout the region Chile Chico offers visitors a mix of endless steppe, snowy mountains and turquoise blueand hundreds of rivers, lagoons and lakes that come with it, as a great framework for Lake General Carrera dream a paradise.

The commune is characterized by the contrasts of its landscape, aridpampa with fruit trees and poplar farms in flat, fertile valleys, which suggest that one is in central Chile.

Lake General Carrera is still present in most of the Commune causing a microclimate withmild temperatures and low rainfall, close to 250 millimeters per year. The climate, the lake and the benefits of agriculture have given Chile Chico as the "City of the Sun.


Without a doubt, the beauty of Chilean Patagonia is a major plus when visiting this area, this is how all those who visit the Sun City will find a varied landscape for outdoor and minutes fromour city.

BAHÍA JARA: It is a beautiful lakeside beach located 17 km west of Chile Chico. Its location is protected from the wind to reach it must cross many small farms and plots.

LAGUNA VERDE:Located 25 km. Chile Chico on the road that skirts the Lago General Carrera westerly direction. The topography of this gap has characteristics of a crater; its brackish waters are emerald green, towhich medicinal properties are attributed.

MONUMENTO ARQUEOLOGICO CUEVA DE LA MANOS: Located 25 km from Chile guy down the road that leads to Jeinimeni Reserve, from the way you have to climb about...
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