This fishing cove, located 28 km southwest of Nueva Toltén next to Queule River´s mouth, is a very picturesque place due to its houses that decorate the hill. It is the main fishing cove of the region, laden in fish and seafood such as corvinas, sea bass, sea urchin, clams, tacas, malton mussel and piures. It also has a coast, boat landfill, pier, beaches for the swimmer´s amusement (Las Niñas and Los Pinos beaches), as well as an affluent gastronomic offer. The disaster unleashed by the 1960 tsunami resulted in the destruction and sinking of 1 to 1.8m of the ground. In Queule was the steamboat´s jetty the one that allowed trips to Valparaiso.