Explore beaches, sand dunes, and other fun things to do in Concón, Chile

Conveniently located along the scenic Concón shoreline, our upscale rooms and suites at the Radisson Blu Acqua Hotel & Spa Concon place you just north of Amarilla Beach, where you can swim, snorkel, or sit back with a good book. For even more surf and sand, you can explore other nearby beaches such as Viña del Mar and Reñaca Beach. If you’d like a taste of local culture, tour the Historical and Archaeological Museum of Concón or La Sebastiana Museum House, which was once home to the famous poet Pablo Neruda. Looking for more active things to do? Plan a hiking excursion at the Concón Dunes or dance the night away at the Viña del Mar International Song Festival, which takes place every February in Viña del Mar, Chile.

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La Boca Surf Beach

0.65 mi / 1.04 km from the hotel
If you want to learn how to surf, this beach is a good choice. La Boca is located near schools that offer classes and rental equipment.

Amarilla Beach

0.22 mi / 0.35 km from the hotel
Enjoy more than 400 meters of sandy beachfront on the Pacific Ocean. This quiet area with calm water in the heart of Concón is popular for swimming, sunbathing, and snorkeling.

Concón Dunes

2.19 mi / 3.52 km from the hotel
Fifty hectares of sand dunes mark the coastline in Concón. Visit this viewpoint to hike the large dunes or rent sandboarding equipment to glide your way down.

Mall Marina

6.38 mi / 10.27 km from the hotel
Whether you’ve spent the day shopping in the many fashion boutiques or checking out the latest Hollywood movies at the theater, you can finish your trip to this mall at one of several delicious eateries.

Government of Chile

0.47 mi / 0.76 km from the hotel
Find out about the workings of this fascinating country, from its financial initiatives to its educational system, while picking up important tourist information.

Golf Club Granadilla

6.26 mi / 10.08 km from the hotel
Practice your swing out on this scenic nine-hole course. Established in the 19th century, the club hosted Chile’s National Open in 2010.
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