About Puerto CisnesLocated at the mouth of the Cisnes River, 60 kilometers away from Puerto Aysén and 33 kilometers from the Southern Road crossing, the City of Puerto Cisnes is positioned as a key point of maritime connection between several coastal towns. Its approximately 2,700 inhabitants are mostly devoted to traditional fishing, then to...
ituated at the mouth of the Cisnes River, 60 kilometers from Puerto Aysén and 33 kilometers from the Carretera Austral crossing, the city of Puerto Cisnes is positioned as a key point of maritime connection between several coastal towns.
Its approximately 2,700 inhabitants are devoted mainly to traditional fishing, then to services and trade. As for tourism, it is still in the process of development and assimilation.
The main marine products that can be found in this port are hake, conger eel, sea bass, crab and spider crab, among others.
The beautiful waters of the rivers adjacent to Puerto Cisnes. Today the route from Route 7 to the city of Puerto Cisnes, are mostly paved.
As regards basic services, this city has lodgings, cabins, restaurants, gas station, fixed and mobile telephone service, premises with Internet, post office, hospital and police.
One of the main reasons why this city is known is because some of its inhabitants develop fish leather crafts. The originality of these products includes purses, wallets, purses and even shoes. Those who wish to tour the area are recommended to cross Puyuhuapi Bay to meet Magdalena Island National Park.
To reach Puerto Cisnes from Argentina, visitors must enter Chile through the Río Frías - Appeleg International Pass. 108 kilometers away, they will reach Villa Amengual, where they will take the Southern Road towards the North. From there it is 36 kilometers to a fork that leads to Puerto Cisnes after 33 kilometers. The entire journey is made along gravel roads.
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