Coquimbo is located in the homonymous region, being the main port of the area, receives and transports mainly mining and agricultural products. It’s located 462 kilometers away from Santiago, only 6 hours of travel separate Coquimbo from the capital city.
As a good coastal city, it also has beaches that are highly crowded in summer and that stand out for their beauty. Accessing through Avenida Costanera which is located in front of the port and fishing cove of Coquimbo, you can get to La Serena, through Avenida del Mar. On this route you will find Peñuelas Beach where you can enjoy different attractions such as the gaming casino and a 5-star hotel, as well as the 4 kilometer bike path that runs along its coast. There is also the Changa Beach, the most traditional one, where seaweed was previously harvested.
Its wide coastline is more than 56 kilometers long, which is why many prefer it to spend the summer in addition to being very close to towns such as Tongoy, Guanaqueros, Las Tacas, Totoralillo and Playa Blanca. Some of the city's must-sees are La Herradura beach, a visit to the Barrio Inglés where the nightlife stands out, and the Cross of the Third Millennium, a 93-meter high religious memorial from which you get a panoramic view of the city.
From Coquimbo you can access several parks in the area that preserve the native flora and fauna, such as the Fray Jorge Forest National Park and the Humboldt Pingüinos National Park. Close to the Elqui Valley, it is a meeting point for travelers seeking to enjoy the charms of this area.
The gastronomic offer of marine products in the area is wide and at affordable prices. After a snack, a walk through the bay is a good alternative to visit as well as the typical area of the town of Guayacán. During the National Holidays, the Fiesta de la Pampilla stands out, one of the most popular in Chile, where families and friends gather to celebrate.
Its climate is coastal steppe which is characterized by high luminosity and radiation, with temperatures that in summer reach a maximum of 26° C and in winter a minimum of 4° C, with high humidity.
With kupos.com you can get to Coquimbo with the companies Expreso Norte, Pullman Bus and Cóndor Bus
The Cross of the Third Millennium
A lover of heights and panoramic views? Well, this huge tower in the shape of a cross is the ideal place for you.
With more than 80 meters high, this tower is the great viewpoint of the city of Coquimbo. From its top you will be able to see the entire city, the port and the sea… in short, a unique view. By the way, La Cruz del Tercer Milenio has been declared the largest monument of Christian faith in Chile. So it is a must see in Coquimbo, do you dare to know it?
Fort Lambert is a tourist site, but it has a lot of history!
The fort was built by a businessman named Lambert, hence the name of the fort. But why is this place so important? Well, the fort served as protection to the city during the war with the Spanish and the War of the Pacific, so they fought several battles here. Now it is a quiet and very striking place that is worth visiting.
La Herradura Beach
One of the most attractive resorts in the region, Playa La Herradura is the safest beach in the entire region and the beach in the city of Coquimbo
This beach attracts the attention of many families who are looking for calm and warm waters, here there is rest and fun for everyone. The typical attractions of adventure tourism are all over the beach, for example, with only $ 2,000 pesos you can enjoy 15 minutes on the splash banana.
A walk by the sea with pirates of the 16th century Welcome to Muelle Morgan! The best themed adventure in the region.
A perfectly set ship and various characters from the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean" give the feeling of being on a real pirate ship. In this walk by the sea, anything can happen ... from a fight between pirates, even the occasional flying sword ... It is the most entertaining walk for the whole family, you cannot miss it.
Ovalle to Coquimbo
DESDE $ 5.500
Coquimbo to Ovalle
DESDE $ 0
Salamanca to Coquimbo
DESDE $ 10.500
Coquimbo to Salamanca
DESDE $ 0
Illapel to Coquimbo
DESDE $ 9.000
Coquimbo to Illapel
DESDE $ 0
La Serena to Coquimbo
DESDE $ 50.000
Coquimbo to La Serena
DESDE $ 0
Los Vilos to Coquimbo
DESDE $ 5.300
Coquimbo to Los Vilos
DESDE $ 0
El Salvador to Coquimbo
DESDE $ 21.000
Coquimbo to El Salvador
DESDE $ 0
Santiago to Coquimbo
DESDE $ 14.200
Coquimbo to Santiago
DESDE $ 0
|Servicio||Vallenar a La Serena||Coquimbo a La serena||Temuco a La Serena||Curico a Santiago||Temuco a Santiago|
|Bus||$ 5.000||$ 5.000||$ 5.000||$ 5.000||$ 5.000|
|Tren||$ 5.800||$ 5.800||$ 5.800||$ 5.800||$ 5.800|
|Kupospool||$ 3.800||$ 3.800||$ 3.800||$ 3.800||$ 3.800|
|Ovalle to Coquimbo||Cóndor Bus||$ 5.500||Book|
|Salamanca to Coquimbo||Expreso Norte||$ 10.500||Book|
|Salamanca to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 10.500||Book|
|Illapel to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 9.000||Book|
|Illapel to Coquimbo||Expreso Norte||$ 9.000||Book|
|La Serena to Coquimbo||Serena Mar||$ 50.000||Book|
|Los Vilos to Coquimbo||Expreso Norte||$ 5.300||Book|
|Ovalle to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 5.500||Book|
|El Salvador to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 21.000||Book|
|Los Vilos to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 5.300||Book|
|Santiago to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 14.200||Book|
|Diego de Almagro to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 21.000||Book|
|Portal del Inca to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 15.800||Book|
|Calama to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 26.300||Book|
|El Salado to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 24.600||Book|
|Chañaral to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 16.800||Book|
|Copiapó to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 12.600||Book|
|Iquique to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 29.400||Book|
|Arica to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 31.500||Book|
|Caldera to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 13.700||Book|
|Baquedano to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 21.000||Book|
|La Serena to Coquimbo||Expreso Norte||$ 50.000||Book|
|Vallenar to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 5.500||Book|
|Santiago to Coquimbo||Expreso Norte||$ 14.200||Book|
|Antofagasta to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 21.000||Book|
|La Calera to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 14.200||Book|
|La Calera to Coquimbo||Expreso Norte||$ 14.200||Book|
|Canela Baja to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 14.900||Book|
|Pozo Almonte to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 29.400||Book|
|Alto Hospicio to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 29.400||Book|
|Mejillones to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 25.200||Book|
|Valparaíso to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 15.700||Book|
|Copiapó to Coquimbo||Cóndor Bus||$ 12.600||Book|
|Taltal to Coquimbo||Pullman Bus||$ 21.000||Book|
|Santiago to Coquimbo||Cóndor Bus||$ 14.200||Book|
|Vallenar to Coquimbo||Cóndor Bus||$ 5.500||Book|
|Valparaíso to Coquimbo||Cóndor Bus||$ 15.700||Book|
|Viña del Mar to Coquimbo||Cóndor Bus||$ 13.500||Book|
|La Calera to Coquimbo||Cóndor Bus||$ 14.200||Book|