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The Sechin site, at 50 km to the south of Chimbote, is one of the oldest vestiges of Peru (built around 1.500 BC) and is also one of the more important et conserved coastal ruins. Its principal attraction is the exterior walls of the main temple, covered with macabre sculptures of warriors disemboweling their victims. The restaurants are few and distant from each other, but low price accommodation can be found in Casma, at five kilometers from there.