About Rinconada beachThings to do in Chile
Rinconada Beach is located in the San Luciano Hill slope near Antofagasta. Its warm and calm waters make it a perfect place to enjoy outdoor and sport activities. The walks and excursions are possible in the San Luciano natural slope, enjoying the typical fauna that includes seagulls, lizards, crabs and sea dogs.
La Rinconada Beach, Antofagasta: it is an attractive and extensive beach of white sands and soft waves; its waters are warm during the summer and the beach is well known by lovers of underwater hunting and recreational diving. It is suitable for swimming and offers good possibilities for sport fishing.
La Rinconada Beach is located 65 kilometers north of Antofagasta and only 4 kilometers from Mejillones, which stands out for its heritage buildings and its traditional locals that offer fish and seafood.
La Rinconada Beach is protected by the presence of Cerro San Luciano, which offers the possibility of peaceful excursions. The beach and its hill are also two excellent places to observe several animal species in all the splendor of their natural life. Among other inhabitants of the sector include crabs, seagulls, sea lions, lizards. If you are interested in natural observation, you can organize a small excursion to the nearby Mirador Las Tortugas, where you can see numerous colonies of green turtles.
Mejillones also organizes boat trips to discover the charms of the coastal sector. La Rinconada Beach offers the best of itself during the summer months, from December to February. Its climate is semi-desert, with very few rains but with abundant coastal cloudiness.
If you travel the route from Antofagasta to La Rinconada Beach, you can evaluate a stop at the Astronomical Landmark to the Tropic of Capricorn, 25 kilometers north of Antofagasta, in front of the Cerro Moreno airport, an interesting architectural work that marks the solstices and equinoxes.
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