Welcome to Limarí Valley!
In our valley vineyards, fruit and vestiges of indigenous cultures come together. It is recognized throughout Chile for the production of wines of high quality standards. The climatic characteristics of the area give them a unique personality, especially to white wines, reminiscent of tropical fruits.
Coquimbo Region has one of the world's nicest weather, ideal for the cultivation of tropical fruits like papayas and grapes.
The main valley river is the Limarí River, which originates from the confluence of Hurtado and Grande rivers, coming both from the Andes. Near Fray Jorge Park, the Limarí river flows into the sea, forming a lagoon, a natural pool of crystal clear water and white sand in front of a beach of 750 meters where wild ducks are sighted.
Ovalle, known as "The Pearl of Limarí", has an important archaeological heritage. It is also a fertile land for the production of wine and pisco.
In the Limarí Valley the tourism offer is very diverse and scenarios are ideal for unforgettable tours. Including Limari Archaeological Museum, which houses a valuable collection of pieces, mainly ceramics, belonging to cultures Molle, Animas and Diaguita. Or Fray Jorge National Park, ideal for watching wildlife and for ecotourism activities such as hiking and horseback riding.
The area is also notable for its gastronomic delights, such as pies and goat cheese with merkén.
This valley, like few others, is full of places that delight travelers. If you like to explore, you're definitely in the right place.
Some of the attractions of the Limarí Valley
A must for nature lovers. Valle del Encanto National Monument is located 110 kilometers southeast of La Serena and is regarded as a place of excellence in the art of engraving in stone and rocks, known technically as Petroglyphs.
The present church is the third church built on the site. It was designed and projected in 1794 by Joaquín Toesca and built between 1795 and 1800 with a construction system imported from Spain, the only one of its kind in the Limarí province.
Limarí Museum is housed in the Ovalle's old railway station, in Limarí Province. It houses a valuable collection of archaeological objects, mainly ceramics belonging to cultures Molle, Animas and Diaguita, who inhabited the semi-arid north of Chile.
Cruz del Sur Observatory is located in Cerro El Peralito, 3.5 kilometers from Combarbalá's main square. Its aim is to spread the passion for astronomy.
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Welcome to Limarí Valley!
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