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It sits 50 miles to the northeast of Lima, the capital city of Peru.
Spend an hour or two picnicking on the shoreline at El Silencio Beach or La Pampilla Beach.
Canta is within easy reach of some impressive natural attractions. Fortress of Marcahuasi is located 25 miles away and is well worth a wander around.
The nearby localities of Quives and San Pedro de Casta are worth visiting. They're located 19 miles southwest and 20 miles south away, respectively. Hop in a car and find out what's going on!
You won't find a better way to see the local region than on a fun adventure. Sign up for some mountain biking or mountain climbing and get your heart pumping!
When it comes to slowing down, not much else beats heading out into the fresh air and going cycling or shore fishing.
Not here for as long as you'd like to be? Joining some guided nature walks, cycling tours, city walking tours, culinary tours and winery tours will help you squeeze every last drop out of your adventure.
Holidays aren't just about rest and relaxation — they're also about pushing yourself out of your comfort zone and experiencing different things. Add some spark to your travels by trying paragliding.
For those hoping to get outdoors and get wet, why not plunge headlong into a couple of watersports like swimming or surfing? All you need is some sunscreen and an adventurous spirit.
Explore the region's art museums, nature museums, history museums, art galleries, theaters, indoor markets, palaces and mansions. They are particularly good places to go when the rain starts coming down.
Searching for something outdoors that will suit everyone? The local area offers some pleasant open-air museums, open-air exhibits, street art, farms, open-air markets and gardens.
Take a journey back in time by calling on some nearby ruins, old towns, historic bridges and archeological sites. When it comes to understanding the significance of these structures, a well-informed tour guide can make a world of difference.
Experience the area in a more spiritual way by checking out its churches, cathedrals and monasteries. Pause to quietly reflect or simply observe the locals in prayer.
Your eyes shouldn't have all the fun while visiting Lima. Give your taste buds a little lovin' too by trying out some of the local food and drink. After all, you can't say you've really experienced a place until you've tasted its flavours.
Want to know about a few of the surprises you'll discover on your plate? There's every chance they'll include chicken, pork or even both.
No self-respecting foodie would visit Canta without sampling a few of the classic meals, such as ceviche (raw fish in lime juice) and chanfainita (beef lung dish).
"Stressed" spelled backwards is "desserts", and that's not just a coincidence. There's no more delightful way to let your hassles melt away than with mazamorra morada and arroz con leche (purple corn custard and sweetened milk), a sweet treat that's often found on dining tables here.
If you're feeling thirsty and would love to indulge in a glass of amber nectar, we suggest Arequipeña. Grab a stool during happy hour, make some new friends and drink in the atmosphere!
On the rocks or in a cocktail — it doesn't matter! A shot of Chicha de Jora (fermented corn-based alcoholic drink) ought to add some fire to your evening! It's a favourite local tipple, and it's definitely worth tasting.
Knock down the communication barrier by memorising a couple of words and phrases in the local tongue. You'll gain a more fulfilling experience and some new friends while you're at it! "Buenas tardes" means "good afternoon". "¡Feliz cumpleaños!" ("happy birthday") is one more you may need.
Every year on the 28th of July, Independence Day occupies an important place in the locals' hearts and minds. It offers an excellent chance to discover the nation's past and have a little fun while you're at it!
When it comes that time to say "Adiós" to Canta, don't stress — it will always be there awaiting your next visit!
Flying out? Pick a route, pack up your suitcase and check your alarm clock. The nearest airport, Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM), is 50 miles to the southwest.