Do you need an escape from hustle and bustle of daily life? Then this holiday in a fairytale-like nature is a perfect escape for you.
Despite there being an absolutely gorgeous national park that takes up much of the Island, there is no mass tourism infrastructure. And for that, it is perfect to relax.
During this retreat you will experience the joys of yoga practice combined with meditation and breathing exercises, healthy cooking classes led by our macrobiotic chef who’s love and knowledge of nutritional, healthy, organic foods is truly exceptional, hiking trips with stunning views of the island, lakes and the open sea, and trip to Odysseus cave.
Also you will be spoiled and nurtured by the chef, who will cater to your needs with love and care. This nurturing holistic well-being yoga wellness weekend is a short training that will help you get started on a balanced, healthy path and it is also a great way to relax, meet new people, and just have a joyful, restorative and rejuvenating holiday.
The Mljet National Park is the oldest marine protected area in the Mediterranean, it was founded in 1960, and it has delighted its numerous visitors for 59 years with the colours and the scent of untouched nature.
The Mljet National Park stretches over almost 5400 hectares, including a marine area of 500 meters from the coast, islands and cliffs, and therefore spans over almost a third of the island. Two deep bays filled with seawater, known as Small Lake and Great Lake, are the most famous locations of this area and an important geological and oceanographical phenomenon.
The entire surface area of the park is extremely rich with life, and numerous endemic and endangered species are a testament of the importance of protecting it. The Mljet NP will not disappoint the fans of cultural heritage either, thanks to its numerous archaeological finds and the heritage of our ancestors present in the old island settlements. The Benedictine monastery located at one of the most beautiful locations in these areas, on the islet of St. Mary on Great Lake is also the most visited location of the National Park.