Museo Regional de Castro
This museum, half a block from Plaza de Armas, houses a well-organized collection of Huilliche relics, musical instruments, traditional...
Turismo Pehuén is a highly regarded agency that organizes multiday tours to nearby islands such as Mechuque 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...
It's a shame the best cafe in Chiloé allows smoking, but in the land of Nescafé, you just have to suck it up. There is an extensive...
You can practically dine on top of the fishing boats at this atmospheric palafito restaurant. There’s way too much mayonnaise on the...
Lonely Planet review
If you lived in Castro and your parents came for a visit, you'd probably take them to this longstanding seafood staple with views, one of Chiloé's best. The atmosphere is semirefined (whimsical tablecloths, linen napkins) and the specialty is pulmay, a curanto -like shellfish dish featuring clams and mussels, but with a little less meat and potatoes.