It includes the south of Lake Calafquén and the Pellaifa, Neltume, Pirehueico, Riñihue, Pullinque and Panguipulli lakes; The city is an important tourist center that still maintains a charming harbor atmosphere. In addition, it is characterized by having thousands of rose bushes planted in its streets and owning exquisite cheeses, cider, honey and jam.
The attractive area of 117 square kilometers, has beautiful turquoise waters suitable for sports and recreation. Its beaches are preferred by visitors to the area, and stand out for the fine sand that can be found in Choshuenco and Chueque. The depth of the lake is 268 meters, transparent waters that are inserted in the middle of a landscape of impressive heights above one thousand meters like the Villarrica Volcano.