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Amazing beautiful spot! We loved it! A few cars drove around because they were picking algae. Very quiet at night.
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For Those heading south , this place is the last wild place where you can reach the seaside (4wd only) after this point, the coast is an unlimited succession of private condomium for wealthy people up yo Santiago. The track quarts between the cabanas at thé restaurantReport Check-In
beautiful costal place in front of an house (nobody there). windy in the afternoon but alright afterReport Check-In
if you come from the south you have to exit the highway after the bridge. Go under the bridge and follow the gravel road. many places by the sea, fast internet with ClaroReport Check-In
Nice view on this spot, we've been a bit more on the countryside than on the seaside because there was lot of humidity that day. There is a bit wind protection from the hills around except the wind is coming directly from the sea. Nice people living around and checking if you're ok, no private land as we could see. The round down has big stones and is in some parts sandy.Report Check-In
Superbe endroit sauvage pour passer la nuit ou plus. Seul le bruit des vagues pour vous bercer.Report Check-In
Coming from the north the entrance is on its southern side. I added a photo of the entrance.Report Check-In
Really beatiful place. The road is OK. Don't drive here in night, easy to get confused with directions. We cleaned it a bit and played with pebles.Report Check-In
L'endroit est très compliqué à trouver surtout la nuit. Nous n'avons pas passer la nuit à l'endroit indiqué mais pas loin. Il n'y a pas de bruit, quelques habitations sont présentés et la route est un mélange de sable et de pierre qui rend la conduite un peu complexe mais faisable.
This is a place difficult to find, especially by night. We didn't spend the night at the exact location but where we were it was calm even if there were 2/3 house around. The road is a mix between sand and stone which make the drive a little bit complex but you can make it if you are careful and go slowlyReport Check-In
We had a surprisingly calm night here, almost without any wind (which we weren't expecting after reading the comments). But... the next morning it started picking up.
We decided to drive up onto the pebbles, about 100m away from what is probably the actual location of the wild camp. Quiet, pretty clean, and just the sound of the waves. A handful of cars passed by and seemed to continue beyond the point of the bay.
Coming from the north, we took the entry at the bridge. Not sure if this exit is possible when you're heading north - there may be a road going under the bridge, but didn't check. Also, be aware that this entry has a 'Recinto Privado' sign, so technically it may not be legal to use it. We did not look for the other option.
The road is fine for 2wd, and probably big(ger) rigs too. Weather may change conditions though. It had rained quite hard 2 days earlier and the area nearer to the beach was a little muddy and boggy. Should definitely be no problem when all's dry.
Side note: not sure if the name of this place is correct. La Cebada is further north, and this beach is closer to El Teniente.Report Check-In
Stayed here for 2 nights because it’s absolutely gorgeous! Isolated and not hard to get to from the road- the entrance is on the south side of the bridge, 2wd can get to this spot. Amazing view of the ocean and yes pretty windy but if you have it in you to search around you can find some protected spots. PLEASE KEEP THIS PLACE CLEAN! pack your trash and leave it nicer than when you left it, this is one of the few clean beaches we’ve seen in Chile. And yes toilet paper is trash too ;)Report Check-In
beautiful spot but CRAZY windy, could not find a sheltered spot for even a small tent. Almost knocked my motorbike off it's stand!! Even though the forecast was for only 6 knots it was blowing over 40 knots here. There's a reason why there are lots of wind turbines here, be warned!Report Check-In
Great great quiet and beautiful spot
We spent 3 nights in campervan
It's hard to find the road
You can either take the caleta exit and drive on small bully roads for about 20 Minutes
Or take the closer exit right after the big bridge (no sign)
Quiet spot next to a small beach. Few people live in the place. Goats everywhere. We saw a few locals who waved at us. Be careful though cause it seems that in winter the place becomes full of water.Report Check-In
We didn't stay here, only saw a peek of it from the Ruta 5 as we drove past, but it did really look amazingReport Check-In
Nice place but to much wind for us (car with rent on the roof). Perfect for smal tents! We did not stay for the night.Report Check-In