Infinite sea view, long invisible coastline.
The tall palm trees and yellow fine sand make up a scene similar to that of an ordinary beach, but the bare desert mountains behind are the natural treasures here. Although there are some reefs in the beach, some lagoons formed have reduced the impact of big waves and made it easier for locals to rest and swim.
It can only be seen that there should be a lot of hidden reefs in the sea, and if you go swimming, you will lose your blood.
Feeling the collision between the desert and the island in Chile. My best friend and I were the last stop of our summer vacation in Chile. We came to La Risella Beach. Here, I looked at the pictures before, and I felt that it was not much different from the ordinary beach, but I went there Only there was a lofty hillside behind it. That one is the scenery that makes this beach unique. It's not far from the city center and it was a short drive from here. Then we bought a newspaper at the entrance of the beach and prepared to read it later while sunbathing. Then we went to the nearby locker room to change into our swimsuits, and immediately went to the sea to swim. It seemed to be Saturday when we went. There were quite a lot of people here, but it was not too crowded. The sea here is very clear and cool, and it is surrounded by coconut trees. Although it is not an island, it is surrounded by coconut trees, giving this beach an island breeze. After we finished swimming, we went to read the newspaper. In the evening, we went to the nearby mountain to play. Behind this beach are all bare desert mountains. This is the first time I have seen the integration of desert elements and island elements. It feels very magical. TIPS 1. Attraction address: La Lisera Beach Arica Arica and Parinacota Chile 2. Opening hours: Open all day