This beautiful fishing village is 15 minutes from Talcahuano port, in the Bio Bio region, Chile. You can lose yourself in its famous seafood empanadas or its cheese shells (making shells are a way to prepare a decapod crustacean cooked and minced).
Talcahuano Bay is one of the main picturesque fishing ports of the Bio Bio region, here you will also find the Monitor Huascar, a floating museum unique in the world that is preserved in this state .. It is immaculate for its age and history.
Set in another bay of privileged natural conditions, only two kilometres from the terminal in Talcahuano, the San Vicente Terminal offers three berths. This marginal wharf allows you to pay special attention at the berths, without interference between arrival and departure on the side of the ship, which is an advantage compared to the area's other ports.
A beautiful place and run by its owner Luis. The quality of its dishes is unique, excellent preparation like being at home. La Paila Marina special, and Maricos empanadas baked in clay oven which give an exquisite flavour. Most all everything is good, you just have to visit this place