The Ranco Lake, has 13 Islands and almost all of them are populated by summer houses, it is the ideal place to enjoy the water, fishing and a series of activities outdoors.
Lake Ranco, meaning "crayfish waters" in Mapudungún, has a surface area of 102,500 acres (41,000 ha), and it boasts countless islands, most of which are occupied by cabins and summer houses. Unlike other lakes in the area, Ranco has a coastal road going all along its shore, allowing you cover its entire circumference.
The lake has a first class tourist infrastructure, its main attraction being sport fishing. Also, on the center of the lake there is Huapi Island, a Mapuche reserve that strengthens the indigenous influence in the area.