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Euphoria Retreat is, in our opinion, the most exciting new destination spa of 2018. It’s one of those ‘wow’ destinations that you will fall in love with.

It’s been 10 years in the making, so the attention to detail is very impressive, as is its unique design, which seamlessly fits into the historical UNESCO heritage site of Mystras at the foot hills of Mount Taygetos of Peloponnese.

The retreat is surrounded by olive groves and has a private forest where you can completely immerse yourself in nature.

Inspired by the ancient Greek and Chinese healing philosophies, which both share a common understanding of human nature and love for inner peace and holistic balance, the retreat aims to balance your mind, body and soul through a combination of inspiring and cutting-edge treatments and delicious, locally grown nutritious food.

There’s a key focus on five elements; water, wood, fire, earth and metal, which are incorporated into the architecture and design and also at the heart of their signature treatments.

The wellness programmes, such as detox, yoga, inner peace and weight-loss, have been expertly designed to help you transform, heal yourself and give you the necessary tools to live a happier and healthier life.

The spa is a haven of tranquillity and it’s an impressive size at 3,000sq m – it’s the beating heart of the retreat.

The innovative sphere pool which was inspired by the iconic Hagia Sophia church allows you to glide through the domes and fully submerge yourself while listening to the soothing sounds of music, dolphins and whales. Another impressive feature is the Speleotherapy – salt room which has partially translucent blocks of salt which are lit up in different shades, creating a relaxing ambience. The aim is to drive cell activity, boost energy and stabilise blood-sugar levels.

Come to Euphoria Retreat if you’re looking to do a full health-boost, and you’ll leave feeling completely rejuvenated.

Stella Photi, CEO, Wellbeing Escapes

Well Home Reader Offer details

In partnership with Wellbeing Escapes, we’re delighted to offer Well Home readers an upgrade to a Superior Deluxe Room worth approx. £460 a week at Euphoria. This offer is valid for stays until 31 Dec 2018.

Quote Well Home/777 when booking.

About Wellbeing Escapes


Wellbeing Escapes was established in 2006 by Stella Photi, when she saw a growing need in today’s hectic world for people to take time to recuperate from their busy lives.

The company is one of the UK’s leading spa and wellbeing travel companies and won Best Specialist Tour Operator in the Telegraph Travel Awards 2016. In 2017 it was awarded the Gold Trusted Service Awards by independent review company Feefo.

Wellbeing Escapes creates and arranges health-boosting holidays, from relaxing spa escapes to goal-focused programmes such as weight-loss, yoga and fitness.

www.wellbeingescapes.com

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