Nasca, city of mysteries and contrasts, with its warm, dry and sunny weather all year long, is the birthplace of the lines that take their name from an ancient pre-Hispanic culture.
Along 50 kilometres of the San José plains, the Nasca geoglyphs represent figures of animals and plants, some of them as large as 300 metres long. Discover from the air the world’s largest art work and be amazed by the mystery of these impressive images carved on the pampas.