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A bit over an hour from Bahía Inglesa. On your way back you can take a desert sand track exploring Pacific coastline and inland landscapes. Make sure you have enough gas. There are cabins at this beach, but this being a desert, it is a...More
Date of experience: October 2018
Aikido66, Gerente at Playa la virgen, responded to this reviewResponded November 14, 2018
Thanks a lot for your opinión......
Lovely beach, around 1 hour from Bahía, you’ll need a car as there are no buses or etc. you’ll have to pay an entrance fee per car (5000CLP).
The place is perfect for camping (15000CLP/night); you can rent cabanas as well (~50-70kCLP/night); there is one...More
Date of experience: December 2017
Claudio A, Gerente at Playa la virgen, responded to this reviewResponded October 17, 2018
Thanks for your visit
You are welcome ever you want
We went there with a rental car and it was a nice drive getting to the beach. Only the last 7K was a rough road but doable with a regular car. Parking on top of the hill is free and when we were there (during...More
It's nice enough. Spent a day there but nothing to write home about. Water is a bit dirty compared to nearby beaches. Sand is nice and there are nice wooden parasols to relax under. Some nice stray dogs might come join you.
The main benefit...More
It was a beautiful day when I went, but the beach still felt a bit claustrophobic with all the people. The water was colder than further north (or south, surprisingly, near La Serena), and the waves were worse than at the beaches in Parque Nacional...More
I had to take a taxi from Caldera (20 dollars) to get there, but it was totally worthy. Beautiful beach in the middle of the dunes and hills. White sand and turquoise water. No jellyfish and not crowded, I just loved it. Totally recommend people...More
We visited this beach on a sunny day, the water is blue and white sands, one of the best I have been to. Unfortunately we decided to have lunch in the restaurant above. The told us there is no menu, we both had fish with...More