La simplicity

Nourriture simple, et confort simple. C’est à la fois dû au fait que le projet en est à son tout début, et que les équipements se mettent en place petit à petit. Il n’y a pas encore, par exemple, l’eau courante.
C’est aussi un choix de vivre simplement. C’est ainsi qu’il n’y pas de table ni de chaises à Flores de Vida …plus près de la terre.

La mobilité

Flores de Vida is situated between plantations and rural area about five kilometres distant from the next village called Maella and only to reach by dirt roads. There is no public transport and virtually no private traffic from Maella ti Flores de Vida.

You will receive the acces to come, and all what you need to know, once you’re apointed to an activity.

 To reach Maella (OSM, Google) isn’t that difficult. Depending on your way of travelling we hope the following information will help you. You will find the details how to get to Flores de Vida itself after we confirm your request for participating in one of the listed events. The next international airport is in Barcelona, about 180 km away. There is a daily bus connection from Barcelona to Maella offered by HIFE. To be sure you better visit their website to get the latest data. If they will not change their online system, this link should bring you to the needed timetable. As at July 2016, depending on the day, you can choose one of three connections, taking each 3:25 hours and costs 20,30 €. The situation is similar for the way back. The bus stop in Maella is in the Calle de Numancia 149, the ticket shop in the Calle Anglesola 33. HIFE is also offering contact via E-Mail and phone +34 902 119 814. If you intend to come by train, you can visit the Renfe website to find a connection from Barcelona to Caspe. Caspe is 20 km from Maella. There is a bus route by HIFE between them. If you coming by car from Perpignan/France, you can take the toll road Autopista del Mediterráneo AP-7 via Barcelona direction Tarragona. Leave this highway after Tarragona at the exit 34 (Tarragona/Reus E/Aeroport/Aeropuerto). Head over in direction Alcaniz, first via T-11 then on N-420. After passing the town of Gandesa you change on C-221 direction Batea/Maella to finally come to Maella. (ORS, Google) Think about using car pooling. With your registration for one of our events, we give you the possibility to get in contact with our participants. So you can try to travel together. The way from Maella to Flores de Vida can be done by feet and might take between 60 and 90 minutes. For the transport in the course of a session or other event that includes the shuttle service we will use our van. In general it will be only used for the transfer at the beginning and the end of an event, the van is not available for personal excursions. There might be always the chance to get a ride when we leave for other things like shopping. We try to minimize the need of using the car and combine as much transactions as possible with each ride. The idea is to leave all the cars on the parking side and only move them on the main area for charging and discharging things that are to difficult to carry. There is an old tractor to transport materials on the terrain. There might be also the chance of having a least one intact bike during your stay that can be used for cycling around and even for going to Maella. We offer this on the assumption of you taking good care and repair possible damages.

Les repas

Il n’y a pas de repas organisés. Chacun se sert, en autonomie, quand et comme il en ressent le besoin. Il se peut qu’à l’occasion nos besoins coïncident et que nous mangions ensemble, il se peut aussi que non.

Je propose d’expérimenter juste de l’eau le matin et des fruits un peu plus tard quand le corps est bien réveillé. Cela va encourager le corps, par l’écoute de ses besoins, à apprendre se nourrir à son rythme, simplement.