Close to the charming village of Chicoana, you will find an old house surrounded by gardens, with boutique wine and homemade sweets. Run by its owners, with fine cookery, barbecue and swimming pool, you can enjoy the magic of Finca Cielo Verde
“Carla and Carlos were amazing hosts!!! Our flight got delayed and we only arrived at about 10 PM and Salter. They made arrangements for pick up at the airport and we drove about 45 minutes and it was worth the wait to get there. Carla is an amazing cook, and they joined us for meals and gave us helpful information on local touring. She also arranged driver/guides and anything else we asked we got a very prompt response. They have a beautiful bird reserve, they are very interesting, thoughtful, kind, and just the most amazing people. They say home is where the heart is and ours is definitely there. It is well worth the drive out of the city on this beautiful winery/home. Do yourself a favour and book this. You will not regret it. We miss them already!🍷💓”
Finca La Falda es un lugar acogedor, linda decoración y actividades al aire libre. A pocos km del aeropuerto y del centro. Sobre Ruta Nacional 68, camino a los Valles Calchaquíes. tv, wifi, cocina con microondas; pava eléctrica; anafe; heladera. Parrilla.
“This small farm, 20 minutes south of Salta Airport (on the main Cafayate road), has two immaculate and very comfortable cabanas that look out across pasture to the mountains in the west. We are a family of six and it suited us perfectly as the kids could regularly cool off and have fun in the pool. The hosts- Ana and Esteban were amazing. They let us ride their horses, booked tables, taxis (we had a hire car as well) and activities for us (definitely do Salta Rafting’s white water rafting!) and really made the 5 days we had there very special. They spoke excellent English too, which was very helpful for me.”
FSA which in former times belonged to the Jesuits - who settled down there in the second half of the XVII century- was part of the old farm of El Bañado. It has belonged to the Cornejo Becker family for over a hundred years until now.