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Playa Amarilla

328 Reviews

Playa Amarilla

328 Reviews
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Calle Borgona al 2000, Concon 23120 Chile
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A Private Tour of Valparaíso with an experienced local guide. (Up to 4 members)
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A Private Tour of Valparaíso with an experienced local guide. (Up to 4 members)

Valparaíso, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003 for its architectural and cultural significance, it's in fact one of Chile's most fascinating cities. Quaint hillside 'ascensores' (elevators) will bring you up into the city's steep hills, where a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys reveals brightly colored buildings, bohemian cafes, elegant restaurants, and of course we'll explore the street art on hidden alleys.<br><br>We'll scout two of the most famous and eclectic hills: Cerro Concepción and Cerro Alegre. Afterwards, you will enjoy local cuisine inspired by the fresh seafood &amp; fish, seasonal produce and fine coastal white wines in one of the various restaurants nestled in these picturesque hills.<br><br>Also we'll enjoy visiting Viña del Mar with its Easter Island original extant statue, the Oceanic Rock, the Sea Lions sanctuary along the magnificent beaches of Reñaca and ConCon. I'm more than confident that this experience will be one of the most exciting in your whole life.
$125.00 per adult
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chiangmaicharlies wrote a review Apr 2019
Chiang Mai, Thailand5,621 contributions388 helpful votes
Playa Amarilla was absolutely full of people, when we visited. Most were simply sunbathing, preening themselves or showing off! The sea was very rough with biggish breakers coming in, so hardly anyone was in the water. The sea state obviously varies throughout the year and can be very variable. Great for people-watching and photos. It was an excellent alternative to being in Valparaiso city.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Matthew J wrote a review Mar 2018
Central Arizona, Arizona161 contributions35 helpful votes
Plenty of sand space to lay out and enjoy the sand and the surf. There is one small snack shack for drinks and that is about it. The waves were not very big and in March the water is already cold. It is clean, seems safe, and a very nice restaurant across the street.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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SueDen27 wrote a review Jan 2018
Sydney, Australia3,387 contributions190 helpful votes
Whilst staying at the Radisson we walked along the coastal footpath quite a way both north & south past. This beach appeared the nicest one. It’s long with dark golden sand and pleasant views in both directions. Early New Years Day cleanup teams were actively sweeping up. It appeared very safe and popular with family groups.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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chilean-patiperra wrote a review May 2017
Santiago, Chile11 contributions3 helpful votes
Nice place for a romantic walk in an Autumn afternoon! We walked along the coast from Reñaca to there, a long walk but it deserves the visit. Nice to stay there and look at the sunset. Watch out in the route: buses and some careless drivers pass by without caring much about people who are walking and enjoying the walk.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Jnanayog wrote a review Mar 2017
St. John's, Canada4,112 contributions188 helpful votes
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One of the more smooth gradient beaches we have been at in Chile. It seems at low tide you have to walk forever out into the Pacific before getting sufficient depth to take the plunge. The Paddle boarders love it as it provides gentle surf and smooth water between infrequent waves. The sans is somewhat More muddier than sandy in places --- something the Ocean will correct in time. The beach has the ubiquitous eating establishments adjacent to it. Certainly not very crowded in mid March.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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