An unforgettable experience at our guesthouse “Villa Miramar” at Casa Marín, located at one of the most beautiful spots of our vineyard. You can enjoy a relaxing stay at the highest point of our winery, surrounded by Sauvignon Blanc vines and with sweeping views of the vineyards, the town of Lo Abarca and the Pacific Ocean.
Staying at our very popular Bed & Breakfast really makes your wine tourism experience complete. Our previous guests have spoken very highly of the exclusive location and spectacular surroundings of the guesthouse, guaranteeing absolute privacy and peacefulness. Breakfast will be served at the guesthouse, which features 2 double rooms with a maximum occupancy for 4 adults. It´s the perfect getaway for your family or honeymoon plans.
The town of Lo Abarca is very small but it has many attractions and activities to do in the surrounding areas. The poet's coastline offers plenty of things to do after taking a tour of the winery.
Lo Abarca is a typical small Chilean town with almost 300 years of history. It was strategically chosen in the heart of a fertile valley between two mountain chains, where since the end of the 17th century, stagecoaches traveling between Santiago and Valparaíso switched horses, rested and ate here. Today, it's primary industry is agriculture, made famous by its romaine lettuce and Casa Marín wines. You can tour the town and admire Patricia Marín's mosaics – particularly adorning the chapel – visit Señora Amelia's cactus garden, join in on the town's typical festivals like Cuasimodo, or eat at the famous restaurant El Sauce, where you'll eat the best pork ribs in Chile.
The Isla Negra house is what poet Pablo Neruda was seeking to write Canto General. The ocean and the silence were his company together with Matilde Urrutia. A sweeping view of the ocean, the Pacific's intensity, salty aromas, and seaweed along the rocks make up the scenery. This small, unique house was modeled after a ship and narrow like the shape of Chile. Neruda was the captain on land and only sailed the sea of words. Building his dream took more than 20 years and on board were his works; conch shells, figureheads, bottles, masks and exotic trinkets from around the world. It is there where the poet's spirit is anchored. The house provides a Nerudian atmosphere in every corner and is an invitation to enter the world he created in this inspired place and decided to stay and rest with his love. Visiting Isla Negra means touring Neruda's footprint and feeling the captivating ocean presence in his works, at his table, in the feeling that permeates the air, as if he himself were speaking to us.