Tall palm trees and yellow sand make up a similar sight to the usual beaches, but the bare desert mountains behind them are a natural asset. Although there are some reefs in the beach, some lagoons form less of the impact of the waves and more convenient for locals to rest and swim.
Infinite sea view, long invisible coastline.
Only to see, there should be many reefs in the sea, go swimming will be bleeding head.
I was in Chile to feel the desert and the island collision my friend and I had a last stop on our summer trip in Chile, we came to Larisera Beach, here, I looked at the pictures before, it felt like the normal beach, but I went there to find the original high hills behind. That's the one that gives the beach a unique view. It's a short drive from the city center and we'll buy a newspaper at the beach entrance and get ready to take a sunbath later. Then we went to the nearby changing room to change into a swimsuit, immediately went to the sea swimming, we went to the time seems to be Saturday, there are still quite a lot of people, but not as crowded. The water is very clear and cool, surrounded by maple trees, although not an island, but surrounded by maple trees planting, this beach has island wind. After swimming, we went to see the newspaper. By evening we went to the next mountain. Behind this beach is all bare desert mountains. This is the first time I saw desert elements merge with island elements and it feels very magical. TIPS1. Attraction address ∶ La Lisera Beach Arica Arica and Parinacota Chile2. Open time ∶ Open all day