The Family



Ada means “fairy” in Spanish.

She likes to play with Usna, meet new people, make up stories, sing, play the piano, learn, play trampoline, play board games, ride her bike, go to Mexico, learn to speak other languages, and go to costume parties.  Ada is the youngest child in Eotopia!



Benjamin has traveled and live without money for some years, he wishes now to extend this experience on a collective basis to promote the idea of a gift economy. Some books about his experience are available at :



Yazmín has always dreamed of living in a place like Eotopia. She is an architect by profession and specializes in building with raw earth.

Her passions since childhood are astrology and the piano. She is currently working on a project for an associative café located 2 km from Eotopia to bring together neighbors, organize concerts and share vegetal delights.



Quentin loves to play, to make jokes and to be crazy. When he thinks he’s an adult, his creative hyperactivity gives birth to a thousand projects per hour. A little too big to be a child, or even a leprechaun, but that’s what he is!

Fleeing the rage of activism, he has found refuge in Eotopia to devote himself to art, peace, nature, and all the friends who want to play at building a better world.



After numerous travels and adventures, I came to drop my backpack here. In the search of a meaningful life, I finally found a place that echoes all my core values.

Ecology, vegetable garden, veganism, art, freedom, meetings, living together, communication.

Everything is here for my fulfillment! I’m also a freelance web developer, a juggler in my spare time and ukulele player.


Paula is a self-made consciousness geek. She has too many things she likes to do and somehow, without ever reaching the end of a project, things do get done. She has a passion for words and going down the rabbit hole of what exactly a sentence implies and where in your childhood did it come from… She dreams of being an acrobat, having a very large fermentation station, a hipster bike and making the best oatmilk capuccinos. When she’s not struggling to speak her mother tongue (Spanish) you might hear her trying out a few French sentences.