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CONSIDERING AN ALTERNATIVE LIFESTYLE?

Leiria, Central Portugal, offers a scenic backdrop of rolling hills and valleys dotted with small villages, creating an ideal setting for nature enthusiasts. The area has become a hub for a growing community embracing alternative lifestyles. This has led to an increase in events like circles, workshops, markets, and fun activities, fostering strong community bonds. The lush forest landscape provides ample opportunities for those seeking a connection with nature. The region's appeal lies in its blend of picturesque surroundings and a vibrant community that shares common interests and values.

In response to the growing interest in embracing alternative lifestyles, we offer a supportive space for families seeking a transition. We actively foster collaboration in creating, educating, and providing firsthand experience of this unique way of life. The journey begins with a transformative exploration into sustainable living, guiding you to discover your piece of heaven on Earth and become a guardian of sustainable living.

As you embark on this path, learn and nurture essential skills, shaping the life you dream of by observing the land, participating in classes, tending gardens, and contributing to the forest. Collaborate with fellow journeyers to construct your new home, experiencing the changing seasons and embracing the surprises and challenges offered by Mother Nature. Cultivate qualities such as patience, passion, and determination, acquiring new skills to navigate every situation.

Upon completing this immersive experience, you will not only have determined if this lifestyle is for you but also gain foundational skills, knowledge, and tools necessary to continue your journey on your land. In uncertainties, find peace in the realization that you are equipped to build a better world and leave a lasting legacy for the generations to come.

Dragons Belly
Chill Time
Winter Gathering
Generational connectivity
Bush Crafts
Fun Food
mud play
Tree Planting
hammok time
Wishing tree
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