Get to know the generous, fertile land of vineyards, mountains and fresh air .
Las Majadas is located in rural Pirque, less than an hour from downtown Santiago.
Its love for tradition, agriculture, and food, make Pirque a place with a unique identity. It’s an interesting and diverse destination that offers adventure, nature and wine.
Whether you’re a visiting professional or guest on vacation, at Las Majadas, we help you discover the best surrounding activities.
We have a recycling point where we sort materials such as cardboard, glass, paper and slab. These are picked up weekly and deposited in a collection center from Pirque’s County.
Our park is sprayed with thawing water from the mountains, and we count with a lagoon that reserves water for times of drought.
We plant and harvest the vegetables used in our menu. These include peppers, chard, tomato, cherry tomato, carrot, lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, onion, green onion, arugula, ciboulette, among other varieties.
Sixty-percent of our collaborators reside in the Pirque or adjacent counties, reducing our carbon footprint and giving job opportunities to local Pircanos. We focus on development and personal and professional welfare of workers, striving for internal labor growth. We promote a healthy lifestyle with a 24/7 fruit bar and a hypocaloric menu. Active pauses.
Occupational inclusion through direct association with masseurs with reduced visibility from Fundación Luz to offer their massages to our clients.
Our personal hygiene products, such as shampoo, conditioner, and soap; are of natural origin. Their formulas are certified by ECOCERT and labelled by COSMEBIO. No parabens, no colouring, no silicon, no GMOs, not animal tested, no materials of animal origin, and tested under dermatological control.
Twenty-percent of our providers are from the Pirque county, specially in gastronomical products.
Organization with the local community and entities. We have an alliance with five important vineyards of Pirque. We also have alliances with Mercado Origen and La Mielería. Backing of social entities of scarce resources, such as Timoun Piti, a local Pirque foster home.