About 150 km south of Lima, on the Río Cañete, the prosperous market centre of San Vicente de Cañete (commonly called Cañete) is set amid desert scenery. All the main services are within a couple of blocks of the plaza. The town hosts a festival in the last week of August, a good opportunity to hear black coastal music and see dance troupes such as Perú Negro. A few kilometres before Cañete, there is a turning to Cerro Azul, an uncrowded beach village, with hotels and restaurants on the shore and good surfing.
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