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Reviewed 12 June 2016

The "bridge of dreams" is a romantic little outjut of bridge on the rocks where visitors can tie ribbons, and there is an interesting art market just next to it with local crafts. However, other than this, there are only a few real restaurants, and the rest just some food vendors. First time I saw sea lions up close to the pier, where I walked off the main path and saw fishermen gutting fish, patient sea lions waiting for scraps, and giant, looming pelicans. Locals out on the main drag often stared or made comments when we walked by. Main restaurants completely touristy: ask a local their favorite grub spot! Definitely not worth the trip to spend more than a few hours here, but nice to kill some time.

Date of experience: March 2016
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Reviewed 12 February 2016

Plenty of life to be found in this village. It is a destination for families and teenagers who dislike the pretensions of Zapallar up the coast and cannot afford them either. Inexpensive fish restaurants line the sandy road next to the small bay, every inch of which is packed with people. Walk to the end to take in the hippie market - real hippies from the 70s with music to match. If you have the energy, follow the difficult hour-long walk on pebbles in the other direction to the sandy nudist beach of Playa Luna. If you arrive on a summer weekend, park at the very top of the village and walk down - the traffic is at a standstill lower down.

Date of experience: January 2016
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Reviewed 25 January 2016

As very visited by loads of tourists should have toilette facilities!
Still main street mock, nothing changes....

Date of experience: January 2016
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Reviewed 21 September 2014 via mobile

Even though it is not the cleanest place in the country, Horcon is a charming town with the boat beside the sea and many typical characters from Chilean idiosyncrasy. Worth to visit it for an hour and eating an empanada and a beer at Roty Schop looking to the sea and the people.

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Reviewed 3 September 2014

The inhabitans of this region come mostly from the changos indians which were fisherman. This Caleta or little fisherman village comes from this tradition, its very nice and you can eat very good and enjoy yourself. Its a very hippie environment

Date of experience: February 2014
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