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This coastal enclave lives and dies by the sea, as evidenced by the colorful fishnet floats that adorn the main cathedral's altar, the dozens of salmon farms that thrive in the hidden bays, and the hundreds of fishing boats that venture out each dawn in search of ocean bounty.

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Caleta Angelmó

Puerto Montt’s seafood markets are renowned. At Caleta Angelmó you’ll see why—the busy port has one of the best selections of fish in Chile. Tiny restaurants above the mongers’ stalls sell a traditional surf-and-turf peasant dish called curanto, which includes clams, large mussels, boiled potatoes, several varieties of dumplings, ham hocks, sausage, and chicken, all ladled from a pot of steaming fish broth.

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