Sun, sea, sleep, good food, relaxation,rejuvenation, pure nature, simple lifestyle, meditation, yoga, stillness, taking sunbaths, diving into the ocean, strolling along unspoiled endless beaches are your favor ? – you found the right spot!
Discover one of the most beautiful white Villages of Andalucía ,Vejer de la Frontera and join for a week of pure relaxation with Yoga, delicious food and lots of sun& fun! If you feel your self again and acknowledge your strengths and resources, can use this targeted powerfully, act lovingly and recognize the own limits at the right moments. The yoga sessions consist of simple, cohesive and powerful asanas to suit every part of our body and fill it with new vitality. At the same time our mind focuses on the essentials, the positive, focus the Powerful. Through this stress and negative thoughts are released and turned off. With breathing exercises and meditation the sessions are holistic healing units, a feast for body, mind and soul. Through intensive asana and meditation practice, mindfulness exercises and breathing techniques, internal stability and emotional balance are cultivated. The strengthening of all energy systems, dissolving energy blockages, detoxifying all inner systems are the focus of our daily yoga practice. This practice is encouraged to get involved in the process and not focus on the end result.
The peaceful clean environment, natural lifestyle and not to mention the mostly locally sourced organic food and various herbal teas will fuel you on all levels with delicious energy.
Complement this week and nourish yourself with rejuvenating energetic treatments ( massage, chakra balancing),holistic counselling or a surf or kite surf course.
The price of 690 € includes:
4 days – yoga &(guided) meditation
7 nights accommodation in shared double room
( single occupancy : 790€)
4 days delicious and bountiful breakfast,
guided tour through Vejer de la Frontera
retreat size: 3- 6 persons
things to explore:
take an afternoon walk in the surroundings with oceanviews across the wide naturepark of “la Breña”
get enchanted by the waterfalls of santa lucía ( about 10min drivin distance)
drive down the hills and drink the seabreeze along the sunkissed beaches and coves ( about 10min drive to the beaches)
make yourself comfortable in the rooftop terrace with stunning views, stroll through the pittoresque village of vejer, enjoy a “tinto di verano” with some tapas in one of the beach chiringuitos ( beach bars) or just relax and let your soul shine and unwind.
take a trip to the capital town Cadiz with it´s famous cathedral and scenery of alleys and buldings and european´s oldest port ( about 45min drive)
whale& dolphin watching in Tarifa ( about 40min drive)
kayak tours in river Roche and stunning unspoiled bay beaches of the Atlantic Ocean
kite surf lessons and rentals ( about 10min drive to reach)
surfing lessons and rentals ( about 10min drive to reach)
horse riding on the beach and through the ancient pine forests of Conil de la Frontera ( about 15min drive) Next airports: Jerez de la frontera ( ca 40min) Sevilla ( ca 110min) Gibraltar ( ca1 hr) Malaga ( ca 2hrs) Car rental:www.doyouspain.com about the area: The Costa de la Luz is a section of the Andalusian coast in Spain facing the Atlantic. Aside from the beaches and the sunshine, there are ample opportunities and facilities for leisure activities, like fine dining, golf, kite surfing, boating, and other water sports. The Costa de la Luz is especially noted for the beauty of its protected natural reserves and a number of first-rate natural attractions. Among them are: the Doñana National Park, where endangered species, such as the Spanish Imperial Eagle, also known as Adalbert’s Eagle (Aquila adalberti), and the Iberian Lynx (Felis pardina), can occasionally be sighted. The other ones are the picturesque Bay of Cádiz; the steeply-pitched shorelines of the southern section of the Andalusian coastline; the salt marshes of Barbate and the seaside cliffs at La Breña (both within the La Breña y Marismas del Barbate Natural Park); and the sprawling wetlands at the mouths of the rivers Tinto and Odiel, where there is a profusion of water fowl and, in season, other migratory birds, including storks and flamingos.