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In a big building by the sea, a number of real artisans work in wool and natural fiber and wood products, with a high quality products and original and delicate design.
No fake or bad products and with the chance to have a bite of...More
A large covered collection of stalls with a variety of handcrafts, lots of chunky knits, wooden and woven items fair amount of leather goods. Stall holders don't seem to do hard sell which is refreshing.
The first time I visited this handicarft fair was about 30 yaers ago and it seems to have been frozen in time. If you are looking for color and typical handicrafts of not precisely the finest quality it is a must. If you desire to...More
Colorful and typical, but hard to find anything to buy worthwhile. Most likely you’ll buy a souvenir out of mere romanticism of the moment and eventually it will end the trash. The only worthwhile articles are woolen blankets and natural weaved baskets which may not...More
Lots of wool products and hand carved wood products. You can watch the locals at work. Lots of little stalls where you can get into a conversation with the locals. Also some good little food stalls in a nearby building.
The art crafts from this area of Chile are actually beautiful. It's really interesting to se how the are very creative in working with the wool in different colors and products. The prices are very decent also, but this is not the kind of place...More
Dalcahue is an easy bus ride from Castro. The buses are clearly marked at the bus terminal, a few blocks from the central plaza. If you have questions, there is a tourist information center in the plaza across from the church. At the artisan market...More
While we didn't buy anything at this market it was very appealing. There is no hard sell, and lots of woollen knitwear and souvenirs, if this is what you are seeking. Also a really great cafe market nearby with about 10 or so "kitchens" offering...More