Museo Regional de Castro
This museum, half a block from Plaza de Armas, houses a well-organized collection of Huilliche relics, musical instruments, traditional...
Highly regarded agency that organizes multiday tours to nearby islands such as Mechuque (from CH$50,000) and Parque Nacional Chiloé...
Iglesia San Francisco de Castro
Italian Eduardo Provasoli chose a marriage of neo-Gothic and classical architecture in his design for the elaborate Iglesia San...
An extensive coffee, tea and tapas menu and 25 or so beers, ensuring it's a nice spot for a drink as well.
You can practically dine on top of the fishing boats at this atmospheric palafito restaurant. There’s way too much mayonnaise on the...
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If you lived in Castro a decade ago, Sacho was the only spot for a cultured meal. While an ever-evolving culinary scene emerges around it, this long-standing seafood staple with views has dug in its heels and held on. The atmosphere is semirefined (orange tablecloths, linen napkins) and there are loads of fresh fish preparations to choose from.