Also part of Chile are two notable Pacific possessions-the Juan Fernandez Islands and the famous Easter Island, both of which are administered as national parks. The Juan Fernandez islands are located about 670 km off the Chilean coast, while Easter Island is situated 3700 km distant. Easter Island is famous for its 887 extant monumental statues, called moai, created by the early Rapa Nui people. Isla Damas in the Coquimbo region is known for its pristene turqouise water and white sand. The Chiloé Archipelago, located in the lakes District, consists of 40 islands lying off the coast of Chile. Chiloé is widely known for its distinctive folklore, mythology, cuisine, unique architecture and natural beauty.