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Worth a visit but looks better on the photos than in reality. White sand and aqua coloured water. A few kiosks selling silver jewelry from the local gem stones.
As we were on a tight budget found Caldera a cheaper place to stay.
I was greatly surprised when I discovered this place with my family, on vacation. It was so pleasant to know that we could enjoy that small paradise in a really peaceful way, a perfect option to avoid crowds. There the sand is really clear and...More
We drove from Santiago to San Pedro de Atacama and on the return found this amazing little town 5 minutes south of Caldera. We were originally planning on stopping for a bite to eat only but decided to stay as it was a great stopping...More
We went there in the spring (October), and it was totally dead, even on a Friday! Some restaurants were open, but all hostels were closed. Therefore there is nothing to do. I really don't recommend it outside the high season.
Tiny beach definitely worth visiting. We went from copiapo to caldera with a bus which departed from the buss terminal next to the Lider (supermarket) for 3.500 CLP. From Caldera we took a collectivo to 1.000 CLP to Bahia Inglesa.
Just down the road from Caldera is this gorgeous beach with its white sands and turquoise waters. This is the South Pacific so the water is COLD. Too cold for us to dip in in early April but several brave souls did! Amongst the sand...More
We visited here for the day, the beach is beautiful and popular. There is restaurants and shops on the beach front to get drinks and to eat. We visited by private taxi for 35 chilean pesos 1 way from Copiapo