Boasting Chile’s largest population of endangered huemul deer, Reserva Nacional Tamango protects a 70-sq-km transition zone to the Patagonian steppe. Huemul are notoriously shy, but chances of sighting one are bette…
Everything looks good in this cafe, from the homemade candies and chestnut ice cream to sandwiches, lentil burgers and couscous served with garden lettuce. It's set back from the road with outdoor seating.
Ideal for a coffee and a conversation, this eclectic cafe serves grilled sandwiches, lemon pie and fresh juices. It also sells trekking maps and local crafts.
This glacier descending from the southeast flanks of Monte San Lorenzo has only recently become a tourist attraction. It requires boat access and a guide.
This small brewpub is a good place to grab a late-night pizza and quaff some decent local beer.
A covered market with artisan crafts in addition to local produce sold on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.