Pailalen is a mapudungún word that means being quiet, lying on the back staring at the sky.
This concept symbolizes the invitation extended to us by this place and its privileged natural surroundings, with ideal conditions to get (back) in touch with nature and its rhythms amid Chile's Andes mountains, for active relaxation and celestial observations.
Located only 50 kilometres from Santiago, Pailalén Observatory is an ideal scenario to escape the routine of Santiago, in the company of family, partner or friends.
Pailalén, among its attractions, has an astronomical observatory that houses a modern 14-inch Meade telescope and three terrace telescopes: Refractor, Dobson and Newtonian.
Delivering a range of astronomy tours which merge and highlight the uniqueness of its wines, with the pleasure of observing and photographing the stars.