We are combining 2 of our most popular retreats into 1 very special weekend of Yoga, Hiking & Paella making in the beautiful bay of Cala Tuent.
Rafa has been guiding our guests on sunrise treks & afternoon hikes the last few years and his knowledge of the area is second to none. He wears a constant smile and we call him the mountain goat!
Chef Sami (head chef at Es Vergeret) will show us how to cook a ‘proper’ Mallorcan Paella from scratch on Saturday evening…& then afterwards (the best part) we get to eat it!
We will have yoga each morning at the beautiful pier in Cala Tuent which is breathtakingly beautiful & work up an appetite for the BIG BREAKFAST at the infamous Es Vergeret restaurant.
The retreat begins from 1pm Friday & finishes Monday morning at 10am.
Taxi’s & transfers can be arranged if you wish from Palma airport and return only.
- Sunrise Yoga on the pier
- The BIG BREAKFAST at in the infamous Es Vergeret restaurant
- Your accomodation (which is a mix of twin & double rooms ensuite – seaview & mountain view options).
- Afternoon Hike with Rafa (including route to Soller passing through Sa Costera)
- Paella making with Chef Sami (the head chef of Es Vergeret)
- Sunset Kayaking
- Sunrise hike with Rafa
What’s not included:
- Your flights
- Transfers (which we can arrange from Palma airport only).
- Treatments with Javier
- Taxi’s & transfers can be arranged for you if you wish from Palma airport and return.
WHAT TO EXPECT
No day is the same but this is an example of a typical day on one of our retreats. Times and program plan will vary due to weather.
|Rise & shine, tea/coffee time
|Yoga on the Pier
|Guided afternoon Trek
|Paella Making with Chef Sami
|Yoga & Guided Meditation
Cala Tuent is located in the north-western part of Mallorca, where the beaches are a bit further apart. The town Sa Calobra, which more people may be acquainted with and home of the attraction Torrent de Pareis, is located only a few kilometres away.
Cala Tuent is located on a UNESCO Heritage site, in the most beautiful natural surroundings with a view of the highest mountain in Mallorca, Puig Major, with an altitude of 1,445 metres.
The beach is 100 metres long and situated inside a lovely bay surrounded by the wooded Tramuntana mountains.
The bay is the perfect spot for snorkelling & diving