Every people has a story to tell. There are stories, sometimes in the form of songs, poems or stories that are passed from generation to generation. Over time there have been changes, but not all change is good, many times its costs outweigh its benefits. That's why it's good to take a look back and remember. The memory causes memory remains full and to continue growing in harmony on a historical basis to allow a legacy of culture and tradition. So begins to take shape the destiny and build our own identity.

The commune of Pelluhue presents a variety of villages mainly due to its geography which has marked its progress. The main settlements are to the coast, in the coastal plains, which are connected to the interior villages located in river estuaries and rivers to finally finish in the foothills of the coast range.

Their economic activity is reflected in the activities of the commune: from agricultural work to forestry or fishing and the growing tourism development. There are no distant times when Curanipe was an important port of south-central Chile.
Curanipe born around the river of the same name, formerly known as "River Lady" (Río La Dama), there emerged a set of scattered houses between the old road and the beach. Its development as a port meant that the settlement will generate another development center next to La Rada and Parrón Estero, this led to the growth of the town in a north-south strip which denominate Calle Comercio, Jofre Samuel Rojas Avenue today. On the beach were the shipyards of traditional boats called "feluccas"
Where now is the Forest Paiva had a brewery that was shipped on the same port.