Introduction to psychedelics

This retreat is designed for people who want to have a psychedelic experience in a secure environment, where you can feel safe and accompanied at all times. We use two powerful healing plants for each of the experiences. Magic Mushrooms (Psilocybin) and San Pedro (Mescaline).

The first ceremony will be indoors with live music, that will allow us a greater degree of introspection and in the second psychedelic experience, you will enjoy a walk through the mountains with the synergy of the group.

Ayahuasca Weekend

The great and Sacred Ayahuasca will take you to a space you never experienced. This retreat is extremely deep and profound inner journey with the help of our best facilitators. Don't miss your chance.

Ayahuasca is a medicine capable of bringing about great physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual healing. She is reverently referred to as “Mother Ayahuasca” by those whose lives she has touched.

Women's only psychedelic retreat

We offer this retreat exclusively for women, by women. We believe in the therapeutic use of psychedelics to empower yourself, nourish your body, build strong bonds, and reconnect with your divine feminine energy.

If you want to experience a women's-only psychedelic journey and discover yourself in a truly relaxed and secure environment, we invite you to travel to the Mediterranean coast and join us.

1 Day Psilocybin Experience

Psilocybin Psychotherapy is the breakthrough therapy taking the world of mental health by storm. This retreat is designed for people who don't have a lot of time and want to get started in psychedelic therapy straight away, those wanting to have their first psychedelic experience, or people looking to have a deep and mystical experience.


Our retreats are designed to maximize the possible benefits and minimize risks by doing pre-screening, pre and post integration therapies. Psychedelics may help you in the following conditions below

Chronic pain

Through activation of the serotonin-2A (5-HT2A) receptor, several neurophysiological responses result in the disruption of functional connections in brain regions associated with chronic pain.


Psychedelics have been found to have profound and lasting positive effects on those suffering with cluster headache.

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Studies have found reductions in PTSD symptoms three weeks after various psychedelic therapies.

Mood disorder

Some types of psychedelis, such as psilocybin have shown promise as therapies for treatment-resistant depression and mood disorders. They appear to work by encouraging the growth of new connections between neurons in the brain.

Substance use disorder

FDA released research as it pertains to the use of psychedelic drugs as a potential treatment for psychiatric or substance use disorders.

Psychological distress

Researches show promising results, including increases intellectual capacity and concentration, reduces anxiety, increases tolerance of frustration, improves self-esteem, facilitates individuation processes, allows users to see beyond their own worldview and increases openness to new perspectives.

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

Treatment with psilocybin may dramatically change and reset functional connectivity with DMN structures leading to reduced OCD symptoms.


Psychedelics in the right environment and settings are effective for major depression up to a year, suggested by Hopkins research.

Spiritual Well-Being

History of psychedelic use are strongly linked with sensations of more connectiveness.

Anxiety disorder

Psychedelic neuropharmaceuticals may provide therapeutic opportunities for patients suffering from mood and anxiety disorders.

Mental disorder

After the ayahuasca use, more than 80% of those subjects showed clinical improvements that persisted at 6 months. The questionnaires showed significant reductions in depression and psychopathology.


Studies showed positive results reducing heavy drinking among the participants by 83% on average. This form of psychedelic treatment is a good option for people who struggle with mental health problems such as depression or anxiety, as well as drug and alcohol addiction