Dalcahue is a city of the island of Chiloé is can visit 3 wooden churches which were declared world heritage by Unesco, and browse their rocky shores that are characterized by their large number of mollusks and crustaceans.

Dalcahue serves as a ferry station for vessels heading to Quinchao island, connecting both islands by ferries that cross the Dalcahue channel. Its rocky shores are rich in crustaceans and mollusk abound, thus turning it into a interesting attraction for marine cuisine.

Location: Región de Los Lagos, 152 km from Puerto Montt, 74 kms from Ancud and 19 km from Castro, along the interior coastline reaching the Gulf of Ancud. It has 8 thousand inhabitants.

When to go: Year round.

Dalcahue map