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Faro del barquito de Pelluco
Chile

Pelluco is a spa town located 4 km Chile. east of Puerto Montt. Is known to have varied cuisine and nightclubs. Besides being a sector dominated by big houses, condominiums and upper class puertomontina.

Puerto Montt from Pelluco - Chile

Pelluco Beach has the characteristic to grow many meters at low tide, due to flat terrain with that in that place penetrates the sand into the sea. Moreover, the beach has many sheltered geographical conditions that make a resort beach with little waves and calm water, excellent and safe bathing.

This town is located on Puerto Montt campus of the Universidad Austral de Chile, UACh.

Its location is the province of Llanquihue.

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