Peaceful agricultural village converted in recent years into a valley that is ideal for practising sports such as rowing, ... More
Peaceful agricultural village converted in recent years into a valley that is ideal for practising sports such as rowing, mountain biking, Kayak, fishing and hunting and also going on long walks. There are colonial-style houses where you can see the gates of the Plaza Central and the Santiago Apostol Church. If you follow the route along the Lunahuana river you'll find the pre-Hispanic archaeological remains surrounded by mountains and lush vegetation. There are also wine cellars and countryside restaurants. Don't forget that this village makes the best pure Pisco.
I koved the place, so relaxing, beautiful views, good place for romance. I spent the most beatiful time of my live, I will never forget. Been away from the city, with no tv, no phone, no computer and nobody to bother you. People are very friendly, food-delicious, the air-clean. And if you want romance, take your love one and enjoy!!!
It's a great place! Loved everything about it. I went to Embassy Hotel, the biggest hotel and the only one who leads onto the river . I got a room with an amazing view, just next to the river, the problem was when I wanted to sleep LOL.
There is definitely nothing negative to say about this place. It's value and charm fit the mold for a perfect weekend. Where else can you go for a getaway for just a few bucks! Try a little whitewater rafting and sample some pisco and wine. I was able to go for just a day with family and friends. We hit a restaurant or two, went rafting, sampled and bought local pisco and wine, and was able to tour the area with our rafting guides when they got done for the day. All of this cost me under $50. Can't wait to return.
Lunahuana is a great place to spend a weekend away from the city. The weather in December is just perfect if you don't like extreme temperatures. I went to a place that sells the best "chupe de camarones" (a creamy soup with shrimp) and visited a lovely wine cellar. Oh, and everything there is really affordable!!
I would love to go back to Lunahuana. I had a loveley time. Every thing is nice, food, wheter, people, etc,etc overthere. You MUST go!!!!!!!!!!They are the winners of the PISCO, you have to try and I am sure you want to go back.
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