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Tourism[ edit ] Within the tourism sector many great tourist sites can be visited here such as: Quillota Square: For some, one of the most beautiful in the country, is inserted into the heart of the Commune itself. Completely renovated in late , has a large cypress fallen in storms that hit the area in the s, which was cut by the community, as a witness. Is also the Odeon, donated to the city by the Italian community. It's a place where you can see the valley tree species themselves, like palm trees in the center of the city, along with sculptures representing the four seasons.
Recreation center with playground, barbecue grills, vast green spaces, etc.. In it you can find the "Quebrada del Pepper" which contains "El Grillo" Ecotourism Center, the Quillota Airodrome and the "Eden" Resort and Cabins , which has cabins and rooms for singles and doubles customers, with private pool, spa, gym, etc. Nearby Boco is Rauten, with plenty of trees and a beautiful dam to spend a day with the family.
It has a museum of vintage cars and carriages, and also a museum of tanks. Open on certain days, visitors can also enjoy the gardens and parks with ancient trees, as there are a large gum inside. It has beautiful structures, including the Chapel, built in and opened Quillota community in , semi baroque style indefinite , with sculptures and elements brought mainly from Cuzco Ecuador , among other things. Botanical Garden "The Escalante": It is 1. Created more than a decade, his specialty is Chilean cacti and other American countries, where the plants are found in the wild.
There are over 1, species of cactus field, plus a collection of orchids Chilean habitat 15 species , and Chilean bulbs. There is also a sector of palms, native trees and shrubs, exotic trees and a walking trail around the site, including a creek with running water and native plants.
Rodeo School "The Huaso": Located in rural La Palma, this school is located rodeo, in a beautiful environment in which native trees are highlighted, such as the Chilean Palm, araucaria pines, among others.