Explore the vineyards throughout Curicó Valley
- Condell Hill (1.6 km)
Condell Hill provides a jogging and hiking trail with sweeping, picturesque views of Curicó.
- Los Queñes (3.1 km)
Located along the Teno River, this mountain town offers exceptional kayaking, whitewater rafting, and salmon and trout fishing.
- Vichuquén Lake (3.4 km)
This 40-square-meter lake offers calm waters and a diverse selection of outdoor activities for visitors. Try fishing, biking, windsurfing or water-skiing during your visit.
- Radal Siete Tazas National Park (63.9 km)
Spanning 5,147 hectares, the Siete Tazas (Seven Cups) reserve is located along the Claro River shore and takes its name from its biggest attraction, a natural formation of seven small waterfalls. See the major waterfall, Velo de la Novia (Veil of the Bride), and plants like chaguales, cacti, laurels, coigües, copihues, hazel, canelos, litres, quillay, arrayan, cypress and oaks. The wildlife includes chacañas, black woodpeckers, tricahues birds, aguiluchos and torcazas.
- Laguna Torca National Reserve (110 km)
Administrated by CONAF, the National Forest Corporation, this lagoon offers a beautiful landscape of 604 hectares. You can find a variety of wildlife that includes ducks, taguas and black-neck swans. Declared a Chilean Nature Sanctuary, the attraction has clear paths and an Environmental Interpretation Center.
- San Francisco Church (600 m)
This national monument was damaged by the 2010 earthquake but remains an important historical and cultural site.
- Mall Curicó (1.3 km)
This mall less than ten minutes from the hotel features dozens of stores and a movie theater showing recent hit films.
- Plaza de Armas (2.7 km)
Walk to the city’s main square to stroll through the palm trees and photograph ornamental water fountains and sculptures. Take a few extra steps to Alameda park, dotted with gardens.
- Club de Deportes Provincial Curicó Unido (8.5 km)
Curicó’s local soccer team plays less than 20 minutes from the hotel, making it easy to catch a match during your stay.
- Potrero Grande (55 km)
Take a scenic cruise to the mountain ranges of Curicó to explore Potrero Grande, a rural spa town that boasts amazing waterfalls and lush forests. Treat yourself to a refreshing dip in the estuary during your visit.
Curicó Wine Experience
The Curicó Valley is well known for its popular Chilean Red Wines and specialties like Carmenere and Merlot. The valley produces 67% of the red wine that Chile exports. From March 15-20 each year, Curicó hosts a large wine celebration, the Fiesta de la Vendimia (Wine Harvest Festival). The Curicó Valley also offers La Ruta del Vino (Curicó Valley Wine Route), where you can enjoy guided tours and wine tastings at 16 vineyards located in Molina, Sagrada Familia and Curicó.
Viña Los Robles (2.6 km)
Concha y Toro Vineyard (5 km)
Hortifrut Chile SA Sarmiento (5 km)
Miguel Torres Winery (5 km)
Viña Las Pitras (9.2 km)
Viña Correa Albano (14.4 km)
Viña Pirazzoli, Entre Rios (14.5 km)
Viña San Pedro (15.6 km)
RR Wines (16 km)
Viña Pirazzoli, Santa Julia (29.2 km)
Aresti Chile Wine (35 km)
Viña Viu Manent (54 km)
Apaltagua Winery (65.4 km)
Viña Santa Cruz (76 km)