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Discover beaches and vineyards in Concón

Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Radisson Acqua Hotel & Spa offers easy access to popular attractions in Concón and Valparaíso City. Tour one of 25 major vineyards in the Casablanca Valley, or discover history at Cementerio de Disidentes. Bookworms or those with a romantic streak won’t want to miss a visit to La Sebastiana, a museum dedicated to the famed poet Pablo Neruda. If you want to relax on the beach, the Radisson lies near Playa Negra, Playa Amarilla, Playa La Boca and Viña del Mar.

Experience these attractions:
  • Concón Beaches (within 2 kilometers)
    Lounge on one of Concón’s many picturesque beaches, including Playa Negra, Playa Amarilla and Playa La Boca.
  • Viña del Mar (16.8 kilometers)
    Viña del Mar serves as one of the most popular beach resort destinations in Chile.
  • La Sebastiana (23.5 kilometers)
    Wander through the museum and explore fascinating artifacts once owned by Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda, known for his passionate love poems.
    Phone: +56 (32) 225-6606 or +56 (32) 223-3759
  • Cementerio de Disidentes (27.3 kilometers)
    This cemetery used to be the only place in the area where European immigrants who practiced Protestantism could be buried, and it now serves as a fascinating historical site.
  • Valparaíso Passenger Terminal (37.8 kilometers)
    The most important seaport in Chile, Valparaíso is a culturally vibrant city filled with restaurants and shopping.
  • Maitencillo, Cachagua and Zapallar (approx. 50 kilometers)
    Take a horseback ride through the forests and beaches of these well-preserved natural areas, home to beautiful landscapes and many species of bird.
  • Casablanca Valley Vineyard Tours (approx. 60 kilometers)
    Take a tour and sample wines from one of the 25 major vineyards in this valley, including Indomita, Casas del Bosque, Casablanca, Veramonte and William Cole.