15 Incredible Yoga & Wine Retreats Around The World

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By Sky Fisher & Daniela Frendo

Looking for incredible yoga and wine retreats?

Alcohol and yoga may not seem like the most likely combination, but maybe they should be.

Yoga retreats are a time of restoration and there are few things more relaxing than a glass of wine in the mountains or a margarita on the beach.

It only makes sense to put the two together, as the yoga and wine — and beer and spirits — retreats listed below do.

These boozy yoga trips range from the sunny beaches of Saint Lucia to the Emerald Coast of Nicaragua and beyond. Feel free to share your favorite in the comments below, too!

Note: This post on yoga wine retreats includes affiliate links to top picks from our trusted partner, BookYogaRetreats. Click here to view their entire collection of yoga retreats around the world. 

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A vineyard in Tuscany, Italy. Image via Pixabay. Click here to book your Italy yoga and wine retreat!

1. Wine & Yoga Farm Retreat At Agriturismo IPoderi (Tuscany, Italy)

While I love a good DIY yoga retreat, nothing beats getting away and immersing yourself in a beautiful place.

Located in the lush Italian region of Siena, Agriturismo IPoderi is a unique farm that offers yoga retreats packed with delicious food and Tuscan wine.

They offer daily yoga practice paired with cooking classes and wine tasting.

You get to visit a winery in the beautiful d’Orica Valley (Val d’ Orcia) while sampling some of the most famous wines in the region.

Moreover, you also get to visit an authentic Pecorino Romano cheese farm in Pienza — a perfect pairing with your glass of Chianti! 

2. Yoga, Adventure & Vino At Aleusco Hotel Boutique (Patagonia, Argentina)

Looking for yoga adventures worldwide?

Patagonia is home to some of the most dramatic landscapes in the world.

Immerse yourself in the beauty of this South American region by spending a few days at Aleusco Hotel Boutique, a wellness retreat with a focus on yoga and outdoor tours, including whale watching and snorkeling with sea lions.

The resort also offers opportunities for wine tasting, so after a day of fun and relaxation, you can indulge in some delicious Argentinian wine paired with local food.

3. Yoga & Meditation Retreat With 4elements (Santa Cruz, Portugal)

Want to spend a few days at one of the most beautiful yoga retreats in Portugal?

Situated in an amazing location, a 4elements retreat offers daily yoga practice for beginners as well as more experienced practitioners.

The retreat also showcases other immersive experiences, including trekking through the countryside and wine tasting at a local winery for a taste of Portugal.

Pro tip:

This is the perfect place for some journal writing, so don’t forget your diary!

4. Wellness Week With Salento Yoga (Lecce, Southern Italy)

Get a taste of the Mediterranean and Italian wine at this amazing yoga retreat in southern Italy.

The retreat offers yoga sessions that are both relaxing and energizing, paired with sunset boat trips, cooking classes, coastal hikes, and of course, wine tasting. 

5. AtmaVicara Yoga & Meditation (Dilijan, Armenia)

Want to visit somewhere a bit different?

Visit a yoga retreat in Armenia!

AtmaVicara offers yoga and meditation practice paired with cultural activities, including opportunities to meet locals, learn traditional dances, and visit a local school.

The retreat also organizes trips to old pilgrimage sites — Armenia was the first established country in the world to adopt Christianity as a state religion — plus a trip to the oldest winery in the world, where you get to sample local wine and learn more about ancient winemaking techniques.

6. Greek Island Yoga & Wine Escape (Santorini, Greece)

Always wanted to visit Santorini?

Explore this magical place on a yoga and wellness vacation with Veronika Karac, an experienced yoga instructor.

Learn yoga or take your yoga skills to the next level with Karac and other amazing yoga instructors while staying in a quaint local village.

This yoga holiday includes a wine tasting trip at a 300-year-old winery.

Yoga with Greek food and wine sounds like the perfect pairing! 

7. Glamping Yoga Retreat (Dagdas Ezers, Latvia)

Located on a secluded island in Dagda Lake, this glamping yoga retreat in Latvia is perfect for those who want to spend a few days in an offbeat place, surrounded by the wilderness.

The yoga sessions are followed by homemade meals cooked with locally-sourced ingredients as well as delicious Latvian wine.

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Photo Credit –Aqua Nicaragua Wellness

8. Aqua Wellness Resort (Tola, Nicaragua) 

The Aqua Wellness Resort is located just beyond the Costa Rican border in Nicaragua, on the stunning “Emerald Coast.”

The resort is located in a private cove and surrounded by nature, making it an ideal spot to disconnect for a few days.

They offer several wellness programs, starting with the 3-Day Refresh Program that includes a welcome drink, group yoga and meditation classes, a massage, three healthy meals daily, and a glass of wine each evening.

There are also 5- and 7-day wellness retreats, with additional activities available.

And yes, yoga and wine are always part of the itinerary.

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Photo Credit – Four Seasons Punta Mita

9. Beachfront Wellness At The Four Seasons Resort (Punta Mita, Mexico)

The Four Seasons Resort in Punta Mita is located just 45 minutes from Puerto Vallarta but offers guests a beachfront property with many health and wellness options.

Daily yoga classes are offered with ocean views by bilingual yoga instructors.

Unlike the many retreats that offer yoga and wine, the Four Seasons Punta Mita focuses on tequila with a hands-on tequila tasting and blending experience.

The custom blend will be poured into a Damajuana bottle and registered in the logbook of the Casa San Matias Tequila Factory.

10. Wellness & Wine Retreat At The BodyHoliday (Saint Lucia, Caribbean)

The great thing about the BodyHoliday is the incredible mix of wellness experiences with opportunities to relax and enjoy delicious food and a drink. 

Along with a variety of indoor and outdoor yoga and wellness classes, you can go hiking, try waterskiing, go for a bike ride, play tennis, and more!

It’s all included in the price — as is a 50-minute spa treatment each day, meals, and wine. 

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Photo Credit – Retreat in the Pines

11. Women-Only Retreat In The Pines (Mineola, Texas)

Retreat In The Pines, located in the woods of East Texas, offers many women-only retreats throughout the year.

The most popular, Yoga Nurture Retreat, has the irresistible tagline of “Yoga, Wine, Laughter.”

Their retreats tend to be on the affordable side, too.

Moreover, there are several yoga and meditation classes during each retreat and beginners are welcome.

Wine is offered with dinner, and there are plenty of wineries to visit during free time.

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Photo Credit – Finger Lake Yogascapes

12. Glamping Yoga Retreat At Firelight Camps (Ithaca, New York) 

The Glamping Yoga Retreat at Firelight Camps, hosted by Finger Lakes Yogascapes, is a luxurious camping experience featuring tents furnished with beds and porches as well as a bathhouse and sauna on-site.

The retreat includes four yoga classes, meals made with local ingredients, guided waterfall hikes, and, most importantly, a glass of wine each night.

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Photo Credit – Sunflower Retreats

13. Rustic Yoga Experience With Sunflower Retreats (Casperia, Italy)

Sunflower Retreats offers four- and six-night yoga retreats in the rustic Italian village of Casperia. 

The yoga classes are suitable for all levels of yogis with classes in asana, pranayama, meditation, and relaxation. For those who want a customized practice, private lessons are available.

Though the retreat itself does not offer boozy relaxation in the evening, Casperia is home to many fine local wineries and guests can visit the wine bars in the village square to get a taste of Italian wine.

Additionally, Casperia is only an hour’s drive from Orvieto, known as the epicenter of the Umbria and Lazio wine regions.

14. Wine Walks & Downward Dog At Castello di Casole – A Timbers Resort (Siena, Italy)

If you’re craving a boozy escape with a side of yoga, Castello di Casole – A Timbers Resort might be the perfect destination.

The resort features over 4,200 acres, with more than 100 acres of vineyards on the property. You can partake in wine walks with Castello di Casole’s winemaker to learn about Italian wine-making.

Group yoga classes are available in the castle gardens as well as the vineyards. Bucket list item, check!

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A view of the vines might inspire your practice. Photo courtesy Castro Cellars.

15. Themed Boozy Yoga Classes (Templeton, California)

We also mentioned this awesome trip in our article on recommended yoga fusion retreats.

Castoro Cellars hosts a monthly Vinyasa yoga class led by in-house yogi, Lauren Harvey, followed by a Champagne or mimosa brunch at their family-run estate.

Classes are held on the grounds of the vineyard or indoors with vineyard views, depending on the season.

Castoro also offers day-long retreats, combining yoga, massage, craft-making, food, and wine tasting.

Whether you want to travel to a tropical paradise or stay near home, there is a wine and yoga retreat for you!

Further Exploration:

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How To Stay Fit & Focused With Yoga On The Go [Wellness Travel]

Perfectly Imperfect: The Art and Soul of Yoga Practice [Great Reads]

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Sky Fisher is a small-town country girl with a passion for travel. She has a love affair with Central America and currently calls Costa Rica home. Follow her adventures at Sky vs World.

5 Comments

  1. Wine and yoga? Awesome combination for sure. Who couldn’t use a little of both right about now? Yoga is a wonderful way to clear your head and destress, especially during these extremely stressful times. How fun to look at these retreats and start planning for when travel opens back up again! Thanks

  2. Fantastic article showcasing wonderful places we can visit (once we can of course) to enjoy yoga and just get back to living. I am trying, still on L plates, to combine soft exercise with my “eating” and supplement plan. Congratulations also on doing this as tourism is one of the hardest-hit industries during this pandemic and that’s global!

  3. Yoga and wine a completely new thing. We don’t generally club alcohol with Yoga. Maybe people have done it and it wasn’t all bad.

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