Puerto Aisénlies 1,625 km south of Santiago and 67 km from Coihaique.
There are a number of different ways to get to Puerto Aisén.
This is the most commonly used and efficient way to get to the area. You can fly into Balmaceda Airport, which is 55 km southeast of Coihaique. There is also the Aeródromo Teniente Vidal...
Puente Presidente Ibáñez
This is the largest suspension bridge in Chile, 210 meters long. It divides the town of Puerto Aisén, but at the same time it is of great importance as it links Coihaique to Puerto Chacabuco.
Parque Cerro Mirador
Situated on one side of the Plaza de Armas, it offers view of the city and its surroundings...
The town was originally founded in 1914 as a port with the pier and warehouses of a cattle-raising company, SIA (Sociedad Industrial de Aisén). It became organized in the 1920s and it was declared a municipality in the year 1928.
It was organized mainly around the cattle raising business in the 1920s. In the 1960s, many public...