This is a little village located in an oasis on the eastern edge of the Pampa de Tamarugal, beside the Quebrada de Quisma, at an altitude of 1,160 meters above sea level. It dates from 1760, when a group of townspeople from Pica established the village here. At that time, its principal product was wine, and when the vineyards were...
There are a number of ways to travel to Pica.
This is the quickest way, flying to Iquique, then traveling on to Pica.
From Santiago to Iquique there are eight flights a day on weekdays and four at weekends. The flight takes 2 hours 20 minutes.
The journey from Santiago to Iquique takes 24 hours. There are a...