The port of Corral keeps under its geography an important piece of the chilean histoy known as the Spanish Colonization, through its magnificent defensive structures built by the Spaniards in the 17th century, such as the San Luis de Alba de Amargos Castle, San Sebastián de la Cruz Castle, San Carlos Fort and San Pedro de Alcántara Fort. During summer time, in the San Sebastián de la Cruz Castle, a historical recreation of the battles between Spaniards and Chileans fought on February 3 and 4, 1820, can be seen. The heritage includes the Casa Escuela de Arte y Oficios, the Altos Hornos Ruins, the Amargos Cemetery and the Casa Ballenera de San Carlos. In terms of Natural Heritage, the Valdivian Coastal Reserve in the town of Chaihuin stands out.
The Municipality’s Culture Unit seeks to position the identity of the people of Corral as an articulating axis of artistic-cultural development that directly benefits its social development.