French Riviera holiday, yoga and wellness
3 nights/4 days double = 500€ 6 nights/7days double = 990 € ... supplement for single occupancy and/or for a room with balcony and sea view: please consult us
Description of French Riviera holiday, yoga and wellness
This trip runs every week (April- Nov) with a set itinerary but length of stay & arrival date can be adjusted to your needs
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
3 Reviews of French Riviera holiday, yoga and wellness
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 16 Sep 2019 by Rozlyn ReynoldsI would recommend this holiday to anyone who is looking for a yoga retreat or a cultural experience. Read full review
Reviewed on 18 Jun 2019 by Mark HutchinsonThe holiday was very enjoyable and very memorable. Benoit and Corinne are excellent and committed hosts, and the accommodation is superbly situated. Read full review
Reviewed on 31 Mar 2018 by Divya PatelThe entire trip was memorable however my favorite aspect to this trip was the people I met. I went on this trip alone however I met some very friendly people who were also staying at the house. Read full review
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PlanetWe are keen supporter of local farmers and artisans. All the produce is sourced locally and the fruits and vegetables are mostly organic. We only serve local St Jeannet wine in order to encourage the local industry and also arrange visits to the local cellar.
Having grown up in the region Benoit is understandably enthusiastic about the village and its surroundings. He is an excellent guide and willingly shares information relating to the history, culture and geography of the region. A stay here is a wonderful way to explore French culture.
The best action we can take to respect our environment is to let people know how to behave while walking in the countryside or in the mountains, such as keeping our litter with us, not taking flowers, respecting wildlife habitats etc. As a certificated walking guide and a professional mountaineer, this is Benoit’s duty. He also offers his guests walks in the National Park of the Mercantour just an hour and a half away from home, which is a protected area in term of plants and animal species. There are nearly 60 “endemic” plants species, and the guards of the park have already reintroduced animal species such as the “gipaete barbu”, a huge raptor bird that had been hunted until it disappeared, and vultures that travel now between this park and the regional park of the Verdon. Also, wolves have come back in the park via Italy through the Alps and are now protected as well. Guardians of refuges in the National Park sometimes have the opportunity to observe them.