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Chincha : Michelin's recommendations

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An oasis in the midst of the desert, Chincha is a noisy town, whose status as the centre of Peru's Afro-Hispanic culture is its main appeal. In the evenings, Creole music blares out of the bars and clubs in the El Carmen District and from peñas, where the locals dance to the frenetic beat of the sound of cajóns (traditional percussion instruments of the mandingues, African slaves). These cabarets are particularly lively during the Festival of the Verano Negro, late February or early March.

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Hotels Chincha

  • Casa Andina Classic Chincha Sausal

    Panamericana Sur Km. 197.5 PER - Chincha Alta

    Located off the legendary Panamericana Motorway, Casa Andina offers boutique accommodation in a modern house with outdoor pool. Surrounded by bush gardens the hotel is 5 km from the Pacific Ocean. Fast speed pre-paid wireless internet service is avai..

  • La Estancia Sur Three stars Three stars Three stars

    Panamericana Sur km. 193 PER - Chincha Alta

    Prix Prices from : 60 $

    Featuring an outdoor pool and an a la carte restaurant, La Estancia Sur is located in Chincha Alta, 7 minutes from the main square by car. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms here will provide you with a TV and a minibar. Featuring a shower, priva..

  • Cristoforus Columbus Gran Hotel

    Calle Lima 443 PER - Chincha Alta

    Prix Prices from : 55 $

    Featuring a terrace with an outdoor pool, a bar and an a la carte restaurant, Cristoforus Columbus Gran Hotel is located in Chincha Alta, 2 minutes' drive from the main square and from Jorge Chavez airport. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms here..

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