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Permaculture Family Retreat in Portugal, August 2019

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We're hosting a Permaculture Family Retreat at Terra Alta this August in Sintra, Portugal - you're invited! 🌻🌻🌻

(Scroll down for price & accomodation details)

This 23-30 August we're running an educational retreat, bringing families in close touch with nature through fun camping-style activities like fire-circles as well as harvesting and cooking vegetarian food from our garden, an introduction to Permaculture principles & ethics, and making natural soaps (family-sized ;)).

We have lots more activities planned and can't wait to share these and the new structures we've built since the start of the year with you this summer.

Check the full list of activities and full description of retreat here:

Register via this link:

Maxiumum of 10 families. Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. Children must be over 6 years old.

Family price (total for 2 adults & 2 children)* = 1500 euros
*any additional child is 150 euros
Deposit = 200 euros (you pay this to register and the remainder afterwards)

Food & Accomodation:
We provide families with 3 vegetarian meals per day with ingredients sourced from our gardens or from local producers. Breakfast is buffet style with coffee and tea, lunch is packed in a picnic basket, and dinner is at our community kitchen.

Camping on site. We provide family-sized tents and sleeping mats which are included in the cost (please bring your own sleeping bags for hygiene reasons). The campsite is a semi-wild area where we have created level terraces among the trees, mushrooms, and stones for people to pitch their tents out of view from the rest of the garden.

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