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Perched on a hill over looking the sea this retreat has everything you could ask for.Helpful caring staff.
Wonderful organic food and lovely rooms overlooking the oceans.
Great yoga and a few beaches and tavernas nearby by if you want some diversion
It has taking me a over 6 months to be ready to wirte about Triopetra Yoga disaster. After calling the office from USA several times to make sure everything is in order, when I got there in Oct. of 1012, I found out I was...More
I am just finishing a week of teacher training in Rethymnon with Kristina Karitinou, who is a wonderful teacher!
They have provided me the accommodation which was simple but comfortable, the macrobiotic food was delicious and George was extremely attentive to our needs - anything...More
The Triopetra moved from the fantastic beach location to the picturesque town of Rethymno. And I understand if many are disappointed wanting a beach and yoga on top of that. Here you have yoga. First and lasts. And some romantic views of the town (and...More
Calling Triopetra a hotel is not exactly right, for it is a place where many interesting people come together in very much a communal atmosphere, in the interest of practicing yoga, enjoying the surroundings, relaxing and talking with other people from around the world about...More
US$59 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Rethymnon Prefecture >
Also Known As
Triopetra Yoga Retreat Crete/Rethymnon
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"Higher rooms sometime have a lit of wind hard to clumb stairs broke sun glasses"