|Last Visited:||over 2 years ago|
|Electricity:||Yes - Not at Sites|
|Wifi:||Yes - Slow|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
|Sanitation Dump Station:||Unknown|
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Beautiful campsite in the middle of the organic farm "Granja la Orientala", located 35 minutes away from Montevideo. Stay here if you want to experience beautiful nature, surrounded by flower fields and fruit trees, without missing any conveniences.
At the farm live the family with three children as well as one farm employee. The bathroom with a shower and hot water is shared with one person.
Optional 100% organic breakfast, lunch and dinner, enjoyed with the family in the cosy kitchen in the main house.
Due to limited space on the farm it is suggested to call or whatsapp the owners ideally two days prior to arrival. They'll also explain you how to best get to the farm. You reach them at +598 95 014 616.
Tip: Ask for a tour through the farm and learn more about organic farming and South American agriculture.
Nice people. Wifi really fast near house. Laundry for a couple dollars per load. Not sure how much exactly but we did 4 loads plus stayed and bought a fresh loaf of bread all for $26 usd so not bad.Report Check-In
Great place, delicious Italian food, ecological farm is run by family with 3 children. we felt like a familyReport Check-In
Follow the narrow gravel drive you will see a gate of the farm.Report Check-In
extremely nice family, originally from Tessin
close to montevideo, but very quiet indeedReport Check-In
I’ve ben here for a while and I’m so good thai I can not leave! Of you like nature and its best products, good friends and animals, this is your place! An, of course, you will find everything you need: electrical connections, WiFi, water, wc, shower, kitchen and much more. And the Britos makes you feel like family!Report Check-In
Ótimo para algumas noites. Família muito simpática, ainda fizemos uma “feira” na Granja com ótimos preços e tudo de ótima qualidade. Há poucos quilômetros de Montevidéu!Report Check-In
local tranquilo para passar a noite. é um propriedade organica com produções de hortaliças e frutas. a entrada para quem vem da rodovia é mais fechada com muitas árvores e arbustos. não tem.placa com indicação de nome. tem somente uma placa com desenho de uma estrela amarela no fundo azul. 500 pesos a noite (casal)Report Check-In
One single, pretty, but basic site. We stayed three nights after arriving in Montevideo by boat (arranging luggage, buying groceries, city-visit). Serena is very welcoming.
Walk 1,5 km to the main road (or ask Serena to take you) and take bus line 169 into town.
Matthias will roll out an extension cord to give you electricity, the (sluggish) WiFi is only available around their house.
Matthias and Serena love their place and it shows.Report Check-In
La Orientala has been one of my highlights of almost a year in the Americas. Mathias and Serena welcomed me on to their beautiful property and into their family. I planned to stay two days and stayed a month as it was too good to pass up. The farm is set just outside the city which can be reached by a 45 minute bus ride. The family has connections in the area and is more than happy to help you with anything you need. Their farm is full of delicious oranges, mandarins, lemons, lettuce, cabbage, and many more. While staying, I helped with some of the projects which are being undertaken. The place is beautiful as is but will be even more stunning in the coming months. I can not recommend it enough. If looking for a peaceful place out of the city surrounded by wonderful people, this is your spot.Report Check-In
Estivemos por duas noites, se trata de uma fazenda de cultivo de produtos orgânicos, perto do centro de Montevideo, pessoal muito educado, receptivo e acolhedor! Acampamos em nossa barraca de teto, apesar do frio foi muito confortável, estrutura de banheiro, luz, água, wifi formidável. Contato direto com a natureza, por falta de tempo não fomos conhecer toda a fazenda, mas pelas explicações e pelas frutas vistas, é de grande produtividade de produtos 100% naturais! Enfim recomendo!Report Check-In
Friendly. 500 uru for 2 per night, now plus 165 uru for each extra person. Lock up your food, because their dogs and cats will other get it.
A long way from town.
Check the photo for the entrance. The yellowish gate is often closed.
Its worth to spend a night here! Its an beautiful place. We were there for 3 nights. The entrance is a little bit hidden, you have to look for a yellow sign. The family living here is very nice. You can buy lots of organic vegetables, fruits and eggs. They also had selfmade bread. There are also lots of animals: cats, dogs, chicken, birds and even a donkey. We payed 500 Pesos per night for 2 Persons and a motorcycle.Report Check-In
Good place "at home".
Vegetable and bread.
Owners very friendly.
500 pesos per night (2 adults 3 children and à motorhome).
The entrance is difficult to find !
Good place for 2 nights and one day in the farm.
Super endroit pour stationner après débarquement ou avant d'embarquer. 16kms du port. Grand parc ombragé.
Les propriétaires parlent espagnol, anglais, italien, allemand et français.
eau, 220v, wifi, vidanges,
Uyu 500 pour 2 personnes + camping-car
lave-linge Uyu 150.
Vente d'oeufs et de légumes bio.
Small dirt road leading to a gate. No sign yet, low hanging branches. Enter gate and walk to the house. Very helpful if you need something. Swiss couple, both speaking Spanish, English, French, Italian. 15US$ per car/night. Washing machine 5US$ per use. No dish washing facility. Possibility to buy fresh vegetables.Report Check-In
Beautiful campsite in the middle of the organic farm "Granja la Orientala", located 35 minutes away from Montevideo. Stay here if you want to experience beautiful nature without missing any conveniences.
The farm belongs to a five-person family and one farm employee, which live next door. Bathroom shared with one person and optional 100% organic breakfast, lunch and dinner, enjoyed with the family. Tip: Ask for a tour through the farm and learn more about organic farming and South American agriculture.Report Check-In