Bahía Mansa

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Bahía Mansa
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Coordinates: 40°35′4″S 73°44′9″W / 40.58444°S 73.73583°W / -40.58444; -73.73583Coordinates: 40°35′4″S 73°44′9″W / 40.58444°S 73.73583°W / -40.58444; -73.73583
Region Los Lagos
Province Osorno
Municipality San Juan de la Costa
Commune San Juan de la Costa
Government
 • Type Municipal
 • Alcade Bernardo Candia Henríquez (DC)
Elevation 10 m (30 ft)
Population (2002[1])
 • Total 902 (including Maicolpue)
Time zone UTC−04:00 (Chilean Standard)
 • Summer (DST) UTC−03:00 (Chilean Daylight)
Area code(s) Country + town = 56 + 64
Climate Cfb

Bahía Mansa is a settlement and bay located at coast of Osorno Province, southern Chile. It is the main port between Corral Bay and Maullín River and the only port of Osorno Province. The town's economy revolves around tourism and fishing. Bahía Mansa is the namesake of the Bahía Mansa Metamorphic Complex.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chile: Ciudades, pueblos, aldeas y caseríos, Instituto nacional de estadísticas, June 2005, retrieved January 10, 2014