Las Velas Beach Place , Chile

The first resort in Guanaqueros, a unique and wonderful place.

Making use of the natural resources of the region and located on a privileged beach with warm and calm water, Las Velas Beach Place has become the ideal destination for those who visit the Bay of Guanaqueros.

Las Velas Beach Place is located in the Bay of Guanaqueros, IV Region, with more than 20,000 (m2) of space, offers cabins of in Mediterranean styles (5 cabins for 4 people, 2 cabins for 6 people and 3 for 8 people ), simple wooden cabins (4 cabins for 2 people), swimming pool, playground, barbecue area and tennis courts, as well as a local cuisine restaurant by the outstanding regional chef Ana Bugueño.

Las Velas Beach Place

Las Velas Beach Place offers the option of organizing tours of the region such as observatories, museum and Gabriela Mistral's house, old mines, fishing, visits to the Virgin of Andacollo and even trips to the desert in the Atacama region.

Cabins:

Las Velas Beach Place

White Cabins

There are 5 modules which each house 2 cabins, one for 4 people and one for 6-8 people. All white cabins are located in the first row with direct access to the pool and access to the beach.

Las Velas Beach Place

Forest Cabins

There are 4 cabins for 2 people that are located in a forest steps from the sea with access to the pool and access to the beach. Each cabin has parking, maid service, TV with Direct TV and a terrace.

 

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Las Velas Beach Place

Be on your own schedule. Activities or day tours can be private or shared. Join a scheduled, multi-day group tour. All-inclusive travel by cruise ship.

Including accommodations, transportation, and activities/tours.

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Plan your trip as far in advance as you can. Last minute travel is stressful to plan, and can often end up being more expensive.
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