Awesome Yoga Retreats in Wales, Turkey, Spain, Iceland & Italy
Huzur Vadisi is Turkey’s longest established and best-known venue for yoga holidays or spiritual retreats, often voted in the top 10 worldwide. After more than twenty five years providing first class yoga holidays in Turkey, we now also offer yoga retreats in Europe. These include retreats in Wales, Spain, Iceland and Italy.
If you’re looking for a peaceful, supportive and welcoming space for your yoga retreat, our long experience in running yoga holidays enables you to simply relax and enjoy your stay, while we take good care of you in your home from home.
Covid 2021 Update – To all our lovely teachers and students, we hope you are well and safe during these challenging times. It has been a difficult year for us all, but we look forward to welcoming you back on a lovely uplifting yoga retreat as soon as restrictions allow.
We have all measures in place for your safety and well being once we open our doors again.
We are happy to hold dates provisionally for teachers while the Covid situation becomes clearer, thereafter we will request a deposit which will be refundable only if there are new Covid related travel restrictions. For individuals looking to join our advertised retreats please contact the teacher whose details are in the programme.
We hope we can look forward to seeing you in the not too distant future!
To find out more about joining a retreat with one of our great yoga teachers, please check our
If you are a teacher looking for a venue in 2021/22 please contact Jane or Rowan for details email@example.com
The perfect combination of beautiful location, great facilities, and accessibility, set amidst rolling hills of rural Wales
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Turkey’s longest established best known yoga retreat. A peaceful, secluded mountain valley close to the Turquoise Coast.
A unique and exceptional yoga retreat based on a remote, ancient sheep farm, nestled at the foot of Iceland's Skíðadalur glacier.