● Sacred City of Caral: The 5000-year-old 626-hectare archaeological site of The Sacred City of Caral-Supe is located on a desert terrace overlooking the green valley of the Supe river. Is the oldest center of civilization in the Americas. Exceptionally well-preserved, the site is impressive in terms of its design and the complexity of its architecture, especially its monumental stone and earthen platform mounts and sunken circular courts.
● Plaza de Armas: It has a simple infrastructure, in tribute to the districts.
● Museo Bolivariano: This is a museum dedicated to one of the liberators of Peru, Simon Bolivar. From this place in Pativilca, the liberator began to plan the wave of independence of Peru.
● Fortaleza de Paramonga: It’s a construction in pyramidal form, of the time of the Chimu culture. Even though it is called a fortress it is known that it also had a sacred space very similar to what today is Pachacamac. Construction made completely of adobes and it has three levels, it is mentioned that the superior enclosures are constructions made by the Inca.
● La Casa de las Brujas: This is the Paramonga guest house and was used to host the former officials. With the passing of the years, the legend arose that witches met in that place; Its gloomy atmosphere at the time and the shape of its ceiling that look like witch hats influenced it to earn the name of the House of Witches.
● Beaches: The beaches circuit is one of the main tourist attractions in Barranca. There are Chorrillos beach, Miraflores beach, Puerto Chico beach, El Colorado, La Bandurria and Atarraya, La Isla del Faraón, Caleta Vidal, Pucusana, Quitacalzón, Viño Chico and others.