About Cavancha Beach
The coastal edge of Cavancha beach has a mix of activities to do. It has a beautiful bike path, games for children and machines for sports. There is also a rich gastronomy expressed in the wide variety of restaurants where seafood and seafood dishes are the specialty.
Cavancha beach has a mix of activities to do. It has a beautiful bike path, games for children and machines for sports
Cavancha Beach, Iquique: is among the busiest beaches of Iquique, and thanks to its temperate climate is suitable for bathing in all seasons. In its northern sector offers the possibility of practicing different water sports, such as surfing, bodyboarding, boating, water skiing and sailing.
The waters are crystal clear and the sands are white. Cavancha beach is surrounded by the homonymous sector, considered among the most exclusive in the city, and where an excellent tourist offer is offered with respect to restaurants, pubs, accommodations. It is estimated that in the Cavancha sector there are more than 35 restaurants, which are accompanied by elegant residential towers and a varied offer of nightly entertainment.
The central part of the beach, sheltered from the wind, presents gentle waves and is also suitable for nightly baths at each time of the year. The average temperature is 24 degrees. Cavancha is a place name that refers to the phrase 'q'awancha', literally 'zanjOn a arroyo' of the Aymara culture.
If you travel to Cavancha beach, you can also enjoy the Zofri Mall, where you can benefit from the free zone, and try the famous mango sour, the cocktail that is considered a specialty of Iquique and prepared with the famous tropical fruits of the sector .
Strolling through Iquique and its attractive historic center, you can also enjoy a visit to Faro Serrano, whose construction dates back to 1875, declared a National Historic Monument.
- Mature Travellers
- Leisure Travellers
- Families With Teenagers
- Families With Children
- Cultural Experience
- The Local Experience
- Outdoor Area
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