Ancient Native Forest
In the middle of the urban grid, a native forest is preserved in the same location and condition it was found by the German immigrants when they stepped on this land for the first time.
Frutillar is well-known as a space for culture and for its magical and bountiful nature. Besides, its own amusing beer festival is celebrated in the summer.
Famed Musical Weeks
Frutillar rests on the shores of vast Lake Llanquihue, under the magnetism of the Osorno Volcano. Every year, it shelters a highly distinguished guest: the consolidated and longed-for Musical Weeks.
Rodeo Day in the Medialuna
Rodeo clubs welcome a great number of visitors interested in this popular equestrian sport, which is part of Chilean tradition.
Streets with a German Accent
Boasting a privileged location on the shores of Lake Llanquihue, this village is an invitation to walk along its entire lakefront and around each of its quiet arteries.
The First Colonists
The German Colonial Museum is a tribute to the German immigratns. The history of Frutillar begins behind these doors.
The Road of the “Kuchen”
German pastrymaking is famous for its traditional recipes. The “kuchen” is an ancient tart that manages to take us back 150 years in time to the days on which the German colonists arrived in the Lake District.
Welcome on Board
Featuring the silhouette of an old colonial ship but the latest comfort and cutting-edge technology, El Colono invites everyone to sail without haste across Lake Llanquihue.