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Piedra de la Iglesia, Constitucion
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Enjoy the picturesque views of the Chilean coastline at Piedra de la Iglesia. Find nine different rock formations standing several tens of meters tall, which have been naturally carved out from erosion of the sea. Visit the Church of Stone, one of the most prominent natural landmarks of the area. The tall, white and grey rock formation rests just off the shoreline of the beach. Bask in the sun on the volcanic black sand or take a dip in the South Pacific Ocean, though be careful as the waters can be quite rough. See Piedra de la Iglesia and all Constitucion has to offer by arranging your trip with our Constitucion trip builder.
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  • I've been to Constitución twice. The first time was in 2003 and the second one this year. The rocks there are amazing and gorgeous. The beaches are mild and fantastic. You should go there in summer, s...  more »
  • The stone of the Church, an icon of Constitution. This imposing rock, which has form of Church (hence his notorious name comes), express the more beautiful of the coast of Constitution. The beaches, which are spectacular for sunbathing, or take a dip in the rejuvenating waters of the Pacific. All this with a view to this beautiful rock!
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  • If you're going to Constitution you must walk along the beach of dark sand and visit the stone of the Church which has many stories or legends. Some times even you can enter it by a sort of 'gate'. You can also enjoy watching thousands of birds that inhabit the place. Recommended!
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