Natural environment and ruins from pre-inka times
For a stopover on the way from the south towards Lima is Chala, or shortly thereafter Puerto Inka. Chala is a small, bustling fishing and mining town about 200 km south of Nasca.
Puerto Inka, which is actually only a hotel of its own small bay is beautiful and located directly on the sea. There are some bungalows with the best views of the Pacific. Puerto Inka was, as the name implies, a fishing port of the Inca, in which today the ruins and an Inca cemetery can be seen for free. It is a medium plant with tombs (with many bones!) – Through which you can just run through criss-cross. The evening can be concluded under the stars with the sound of the sea.