Vina del Mar Vacations

Vina del Mar is where Santinguinos go to party. The resort town on central Chile’s Pacific coast is one of Chile’s most popular tourist destinations, thanks to its million hotels and condos, its clubs, and its gorgeous (if cold) ocean beaches. The city is known as the garden city due …

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Things to see and do in Vina del Mar

Fernanda R | Trip by SkyscannerPlaya Reñaca
Playa Reñaca
Katherine Herrera Petit | Trip by SkyscannerJardín Botánico Nacional
Jardín Botánico Nacional
blmurch | FlickrCastillo Wulff
Castillo Wulff
Avodrocc | FlickrQuinta Vergara
Quinta Vergara
Gonza Vignoni | Trip by SkyscannerReloj de Flores
Reloj de Flores
itsvih | FlickrPlaya Las Salinas
Playa Las Salinas
Gonza Vignoni | Trip by SkyscannerBorde Costero
Borde Costero
Gonza Vignoni | Trip by SkyscannerDunas De Concón
Dunas De Concón
by wakko™ | FlickrMuelle Vergara
Muelle Vergara
Leda L. | Trip by SkyscannerMoai Viña del mar
Moai Viña del mar

Reviews of Vina del Mar

ClaudioSeMilano, Italia

After watch the fire show to celebrate the New Year in Valparaiso, I headed to Vina del Mar clubs to party. Great vibe and a nice discovery the following days, that there is more to the vibrant nightlife. Not really the beach (the water is too cold for my liking), but big parks and green spaces to stroll around.

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City, California, USA

Did a trip on a bus from Santiago. Spent the half day at the beach and other half eating and walking around. Its a weekend getaway town for the locals.

WanugeeSF Bay Area, Western US

Vina del Mar is a great coastal resort town reminiscent of California. In fact, the deep bay reminds me a lot of Monterey, California, where I grew up, with its shape and deep waters. The beautiful long beaches are like Southern California, and with the hi-rises, a bit like Santa Monica or Surfer's Paradise in Australia. The weather is a lot like parts of California, too. In fact, it is a sister city to Sausalito, California, the popular tourist destination across the bay from San Francisco, and the town by the shore has more of that feeling. So sit on a patio restaurant, take in the great view, and enjoy a nice Ceviche and glass of wine, like I did when I visited. Vina Del Mar has about 250,000 people, fourth largest in Chile.

John Smith
John Smith

Cool place

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