Papudo is a coastal town in Central Chile. Covering 165.5 sq km (65 sq mi), it is located facing the Pacific Ocean in Petorca Province, Valparaíso Region. As with Zapallar and Cachagua, it is a seaside town. However, while the other two are more upscale, Papudo is geared to the middle-income.
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More on PapudoThe main feature of Papudo is its coastal boulevard which follows the coastline linking its two main beaches, Playa Grande and Playa Chica. There are beach paths running from the beaches to the cliffs which are punctuated by sea caves and caverns. Horse riding is a popular activity on the beach here.
The coastal boulevard is the main street of town. Along this route are the main buildings of Papudo including its church, Iglesia Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes, which dates to 1918. A local landmark is the Edificio Recant, a alpine-chalet building facing the coast.
Visiting PapudoPapudo is 91 km (56 miles) north of Valparaíso. It is reach on the same coastal road, E30-F, which links Valparaíso with other coastal towns such as Cachagua and Zapallar.
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