In the midway between Santiago and the surf-paradise Pichilemu, we have our creative center. Step by step, little by little, with each one's knowledges and capacities, we are building this never ending process of transformations for evolution.
We are exploring in eco-building, natural pools, aquaponics crops, arts, music and any interesting expression of new lifestyles. We invite you to stay with us, live with us, play with us. You can help us with your hands.
This place grows with everyone's help and ideas, we will be glad to receive yours.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
The treat is that you work 5 hours daily for 5 days a week (animal routine must be done 7 days) as we provide you food and shelter. There's an intenet access you can use too.
English - Spanish
We've got a caravan, two rooms and a gipsy tent (just for adventurers).
PICHILEMU (2 hrs)
For surfers, beginners & enjoyers
Pichilemu is definitely the surfing capital but is also a great place to practice others sports like windsurf, kite surf, Kayak, long bike rides, fishing…etc.
After a long day of surf, or just touring around, you can eat out at one of Pichilemu’s several restaurants. Pichilemu also has a wide variety of nightlife activities such as bars and local discos.
POMAIRE (30 min)
The chilean capital of clay handcraft.
Offers visitors a chance to experience a small place that is big on tradition. The coffee-colored clay that its inhabitants call greda has been a part of their lifestyle since long before Pomaire was founded in 1771.
Clay pots, plates, figurines and even Sponge Bob Square Pants replicas crowd the stalls of the adobe mansions that open their doors to the visitors who flock here each weekend. The village’s main arteries are replete with house-boutiques that are also used as workshops by the artisans who create their pieces on worn potter’s wheels. The village is a true feast for your camera.
El Monte (our town)
A taste of history, nature and wine.
The town of El Monte offers a deep and mysterious face of chilean history. Underground tunnels that were used by the patriots during the independence war still connect some spots in the town. People even says that there is a huge and complex system of paths beneath the town, even a treasure should be hidden somewhere.
Mapocho river and a group of hills are great spots to go on hiking and biking. You can also have horseback tours.
Finally, next to our house, you can visit Doña Javiera vine, a perfect way to end the day.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
5 hours a day, 5 days a week