• Island Retreat

    Cala Pi, Mallorca, Balearic Islands (Spain) - 12 - 18 February 2018


    Relax your mind.

    Hikes around this gorgeous island. A pottery lesson in Spanish. A visit of a prehistoric village. Walks by the beach...


    All your body and your mind need to relax and unwind.

    There is proven research that tells us that we learn better with a relaxed brain.


    Immerse in the Majorican Culture

    Visit the town. Eat. Interact with the locals.

    The pottery in Mallorca has a very long history. You will receive a pottery

    lesson to experience the creation of such a traditional Majorican craft.


    Speak at ease

    We will have a daily (5h) workshop about different topics related with the experience. You will learn vocabulary, estructures of the real Spanish used in conversation.


    During the night, we debate.

    Grab a glass of wine or a refreshing juice, make yourself comfortable in our hamoc and we will discuss in our garden facing the sea with a refreshing wind. Debate nights happen after a nice dinner and the long summer nights.

  • Creating the best conditions

    We learn the best when we are relaxed.

    We slow down and soak in...

    the language

    the culture

    the sun and the sea

  • What is included


    Six day full board accommodation.


    Six 5h Spanish language + culture workshops.
    (A 5h workshop every day).


    A pottery lesson in Spanish.


    Transport from the airport to our accommodation.


    Organised hikes around the island.


    Guided debate nights, every night.


    Guided visit to the prehistoric village of Capocorb Vell.


    Visits to the town to indulge in the gastronomy.

    Immersion in the Majorcan culture.


    Small group (5 - 7 people).


    Places are limited to a small group of 10 people.

    1.050 €

    Single room.


    Shared room.


    Deposit to secure your place.


    Mallorca has one international airport (PMI) with most low-cost airlines like EasyJet and Ryanair providing connections to bigger and medium-sized European cities
    You will be collected at the airport.


    Reach out to receive more information or to secure your spot.


    María Ortega García

    Certified Teacher

    • Teacher of Spanish as a Foreign Language, by Instituto Cervantes, Dublin (Ireland). 2011.
    • DELE Examiner, Instituto Cervantes, Dublin.

    Academic Career

    • Degree in Arts (Languages) by University of Burgos (Spain).
    • Masters in Scenery Arts by University of Burgos


    • Founder and Spanish teacher at Online Spanish Tutor.
    • Hosts retreats and workshops on creative writing and Spanish culture & language.
      (Have a look at previous retreats).



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    • Ortega, María. “Recepción y difusión de No puede ser en Europa: Traducciones y adaptaciones de una comedia moretiana”. En: Del verbo al espejo (ver Misceláneos general).