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Went angain for a second time and found out the church only opens for mass on Sundays. A pity there isn't a system in place for it to be open more often. Well kept on the outside and cemetery has excavations going on that cause...More
We visited on Monday and it was closed. There was nothing anywhere that told you when it was open
It looks quite beautiful from the outside, with just original wood not painted
One saving grace was that we saw sea lions in the bay
there are a number of UNESCO churches on Isla Chiloe, and we booked a tour to see them. The wooden structure is amazing and continues to serve the local population. It is worthwhile to walk around the grounds outside and see many of the family...More
We drove up here a Saturday (as we stayed in Castro for the weekend) and found the church closed. The church is a beauty in its own and certainly worth the drive, but it was disappointing to find a UNESCO Heritage site closed on a...More
The exterior is nice but similar to other churches in Chiloe. The church was closed when we arrived on a Monday afternoon. Our guide said it is often closed but I cannot say whether he is correct. Best to be sure it will be open...More
The church is in amazing condition and is in a peaceful area just outside of Castro. The inside isn't all that impressive, but the grounds are very pretty and well kept. There is also an interesting cemetery behind the church. Definitely worth a visit.
The church, on the UNESCO World Heritage list, is well worth a visit. It is located south of Castro - some 10 minutes by car. In this church we could climb up to the top floor. Here we had a view over the colorful cemetery....More