Are you visiting this town, but don't really know what to do in Chiloe? Chiloe Island is the largest of the islands that make up the archipelago, located in the region of Los Lagos in the south-central Chile. The area is characterized by its great maritime activities, strong religiosity, artesanal fiber, wood, wool and pottery crafts, stilted buildings, and, mainly, its cultural and mythological traditions. There are many things to see in Chiloe. The populated areas of the island are in small towns like Castro, Ancud, Quellón, Achao, Dalcahue, Chonchi, Queilén and Quemchi, all of which are places to visit in Chiloe during your trip to the island. Among the religious buildings and attractions in Chiloe are the Quinchao Church and Our Lady of Loreto Church, especially if you're fond of ancient religious architecture. Visiting the Alcahué village, which is famous for its craft fair that takes place on Sunday morning, should be on your list of stuff to do in Chiloé today. Visiting Queilén port is another of the many Chiloé activities, since almost all the ferries from the Chilean mainland dock at this port. Another one of the many Chiloé attractions, the Regional Museum of Ancud, preserves historic, craft and mythological representations of local objects. Finally, navigating through the channels in front of the large island is definitely another one of the things to do in Chiloé that you can't miss. There are several companies with modern ships that will take you for day trips through these channels.