Due to its mild climate during the year, any month is recommended for a visit.
Virú has a temperate climate during the year. It has a maximum temperature of 23 °C and minimum of 13 °C.
It is located in the Quebrada de San Juan and houses two sanctuaries and several petroglyphs.
It is located in the main square of the district and was inaugurated in 1938.
From the Puero Morín you can take sea transport that takes visitors to this island. On the island you can see sea lions and seals, very similar to the Reserva de Paracas
Location: Calle Libertad 281, Virú
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Well-known restaurant in the town, where you can taste several dishes of the locality and the coastal region.
Stewed with yellow potatoes boiled with onion sauce and parboiled yucca.
Rice a little watered down with beef, pork or mutton.
|Santísima Virgen de los Dolores||From November 30 to December 13||It is the largest celebration of the district of Virú. The event begins with parades throughout the district. In the main days there is a huge procession and a closing party.|