Sunrise yoga, deep breathing practice, meditation, sound healing, chanting, discussion and restoration.
Yoga Retreat at Casas Alberto, Tenerife
(Canary Islands, Spain) October 20-27, 2018 (7 nights)
Casas Alberto is a charming authentic private villa in the town of San Miguel de Abona where you can relax and recharge. There is something unique about Casas Alberto and the way it disconnects you from technology and reconnects with nature and heals your body and soul. It’s one of the most mysterious and beautiful places for sunrise on the island! The owner is very friendly and the staff is helpful. Your stay there will be lovely and unforgettable.
Casas Alberto – a magic place
for yoga and meditation
Rooms are decorated in different styles and adorned with lots of natural wood. All of them are very cozy and everyone has a breathtaking view. The rooms have a kitchen, fridge, stovetop, cookware, dishware, and utensils.
Price for one week:
• $165USD per person without accommodation, lunch included
• $750USD for double accommodation in a room in 2 bedroom house (max 3 person per house) including breakfast and lunch
• $1250USD for single accommodation in a room in 2 bedroom house (max 3 person per house), including breakfast and lunch
• Airport transfer is available for an additional cost.
*** Air tickets are not included
Main amenities: outdoor swimming pool, whirlpool, terrace, garden, a computer station, wellness area, free Wi-Fi and free parking.
Address: Calle Fermin Perez, 88, 38629 San Miguel de Abona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
San Miguel de Abona
San Miguel de Abona is a marvelous town in the south of Tenerife. If you walk towards the iconic landmark tower of the Iglesia de San Miguel Arcángel (built in 1796), you’ll see the town’s traditional wooden balconies, pretty 18th-century houses, and picturesque cobbled streets. You’ll enjoy beautiful architecture of the Museo Casa El Capitan (residence of Los Alfonso, late nineteenth century), the Municipal Library (first Town Hall), the Natal House of Juan Bethencourt (medical, historian, anthropologist, ethnographer, teacher and journalist born in San Miguel in 1847), the Blue House (now the Town Hall), the Church of St. Peter and the Church of Santo Domingo. Don’t miss La Tagoro candy store where you can find handmade candy oven!
- Medieval San Miguel Castle – 7.9 km
- Golf del Sur Course – 12.3 km
- Amarilla Golf and Country Club – 13.2 km
- San Antonio Abad of Arona Church – 13.4 km
- Aloe Park – 13.8 km
- Los Cristianos Beach – 22.1 km
- Cave of Santo Hermano Pedro – 15.1 km
- Paisaje Lunar Trail – 16 km
- El Medano Beach – 16.4 km
- Costa Adeje and Playa de las America are both within 16 min of Casas Alberto
- Teide National Park is 40 min drive from the property
- Tenerife Sur Airport is 9.3 mi away
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands. It offers lush forests, exotic fauna and flora, deserts, mountains, volcanoes, and incredibly beautiful coastlines. The island is dominated by volcano El Teide, the highest mountain in Spain (3718m or 12,198ft). From the car park, tourists can take the 10 min cable lift to 3550m. Located in the center of the island, Teide National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Teide Observatory is one of the best spots in the world to observe the sky. One of the biggest lava cave systems in the world is also located on Tenerife.
Tenerife offers the world’s number one water park Siam Park and Loro Parque, also the number one zoo in the world.
There are many spectacular beaches there (sands is mostly black in color) and resort areas, including Los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas.
There are no dangerous or poisonous spices on the island.
Tenerife doesn’t have lakes or rivers. But you might be surprised to know that a significant part of the islands water supply comes from the pine trees – Pinus canariensis. Their extremely long needles trap large amounts of condensation from the moist air coming off the Atlantic Ocean. The condensation then drops to the ground and is quickly absorbed by the soil, eventually percolating down to the underground aquifers.
The island’s cities, towns and villages have always been known for their beauty, tranquility and contrasts – the ancient and modern live in harmony.