Luxury Accommodation in Colchagua, South America

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Accommodation Suggestions in Colchagua Valley

The Colchagua Valley is one of the promising areas of South America, with its well-built red wines gaining notoriety.

In the Rapel Valley in central Chile, the Colchagua region follows the course of the Tinguiririca River and forms a 30-kilometer corridor bordered to the north and south by the foothills of the Andes. The climate is ideal for viticulture: the heat is tempered by the breezes of the Pacific and the Andean mountains, the drought is attenuated by the rivers and the precipitations. The Colchagua Valley has many microclimates. The differences in temperature between day and night make it possible to obtain wines with firm tannins and intense aromas.

The hotels in Colchagua Valley are located on lands that vary according to location: near rivers the soils are deep, humic and fertile; the hillsides have shallow, rocky and gravelly soils. The steep slopes near the Andes are home to much sought after spots for planting vines and building wine hotels. The small province of Apalta, north of the city of Santa Cruz, has some of the country's most famous wineries and some of the finest hotels of Colchagua Valley.

The Colchagua Valley is often called the Napa Valley of Chile because its vineyards are modern and recent and it is full of infrastructure built for tourism. You can unwind at one of these brilliant accommodations in the valley after a day of wine tasting activities in the vineyards nearby. Discover world-class spa and wellness activities as well as fine dining and the best of Chilean gastronomy on your trip to this gorgeous wine region.

Contact one of our member hotels in Colchagua Valley or get in touch with our local travel expert in the region to book yourself an exquisite holiday in the wine region of Chile.

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