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Neruda House Tour at Isla Negra And Pomaire: We will start at your hotel and continue to the coast, passing through the Curacaví Valley and Casablanca valleys, reaching up to Isla Negra, a beach with dark sand hence its name, surrounded by eucalyptus and pine wood. We will stop for a visit to the house of Pablo Neruda that today is a museum. And we will stop for lunch in a typical restaurant.
After lunch we will continue to the south passing through several beaches along the coast, Tabo, Las Cruces, San Sebastián and Cartagena. We will continue to Pomaire, a small village that treasures traditions and customs expressed by its clay pottery and handicrafts.
Pomaire has a wide selection and variety, as well as different manufacturing techniques with the use of a lathe or completely hand made. As for its typical dishes, the “Empanada Pomairina” stands out for its large size (chopped beef and onions, with boiled egg, raisins and olives).
The museums and houses of Pablo Neruda are closed on Mondays.
Your hotel or pick up point
We will pick you up at your hotel or pick up point at 9 a.m
Isla Negra is a small resort on the Chilean coast, located in the fifth region. Its name is due to the poet Pablo Neruda who called it that way when seeing the black rocks in front of his house from the sea.
In the village there are several options for lunch, we will recommend you one with typical food of the area, but can choose other options if you wish. In the house of Pablo Neruda there is a restaurant too.
Pomaire is a town 50 kms from Santiago, with approximately 10,000 inhabitants. It is known for its clay handicrafts and its typical food dishes such as the empanadas and the corn pie.
It is an unforgettable destination if you want to know something really typical and unique of Chile!
We will finish our tour at your hotel or destination point at 6 p.m aprox