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La Vita Sukha outside Foggia

in Puglia, Italy 🇮🇹        ✉️


🚪‍3 private rooms from €890/fortnight €1350/month 👯‍♂️‍9 dormitory beds from €450/fortnight €700/month  small coliving, 🏡 village, 🧐 curated, 🏞 retreats, 🎪 regular events, ⛲️ big-garden, 🏊 pool, 👩‍🌾 localfood, 📶 fibre, 🛁 ensuites, ♻️ sustainability, 🧘‍♀️ mindful, 🚶‍♂️ hiking, 🧘 yoga, 🚍 bus, 🚺 women-led, 📅 seasonal March–May, Oct–Nov 💬 Wrong details? 🧐  common workspace  This space does not offer dedicated workspace. If you'll work outside the property it could suit you, otherwise it works against coliving principles of building purposeful exchange and productivity. What is coliving?

Conscious and intentional coliving, coworking and retreats for mindful humans. We believe it’s time to rewrite our stories, unlearn our societal conditioning and find our way back to community-based living.

Here at our beautiful villa immersed in nature, you will be surrounded by the breathtaking rolling hills of the Monti Dauni, enriched with flora, fauna, forests and fresh air.

Nestled in 2 hectares of its own fenced-up grounds, the villa’s land contains a variety of plentiful fruit trees, a vegetable garden and a wonderfully serene private oak forest, perfect for morning meditations. We also have plans to plant a perennial edible forest garden.

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I just wanted to write of my experience whilst staying at the Villa last year during March, then June/July. The Villa: It's got a really friendly, healing vibe. Amenities: There is a swimming pool, tennis table and pool table plus board games around the Villa. I think, with development, and there's plenty in the offing, it's going to be a very special place for a short or long-term stay or, for co-living arrangements. I There are extensive grounds with fruit trees. It's a permaculture paradise awaiting development. (I have added a picture of the cherries I picked for breakfast. Delicious treat.) Liz’s mum actually planted the tree which she brought over from the UK. It was great fun to feed the hens and see them grow when they arrived last year - a new experience for me. The Place: Roseto is a tiny village with a big heart. It has a central Piazza and markets twice weekly which are great fun for fresh food shopping during the Summer. The ice cream is terrific and sit in the piazza sipping a lovely approach, or an Amaro even a beer. Locals are happy to assist you at any time, and the fishmonger will bring in fresh fish if you order it for example. You have a Bank, ATM, Post Office and Pharmacist. All in all a neat place to stay whether you want a digital nomad experience or, a co-living experience. It will make a wonderful place for groups too. I'd suggest that groups would be very happy here, especially on a team bonding experience in a business community. I hope that your stay will be as interesting as mine was.
I have stayed here a few times now and have nothing but great things to say! It has become another version of home. The host, Liz, has become a great friend and makes living there a breeze. The house is beautiful, has great views of the town, and the pool is wonderful! The town itself is a traditional small southern village with a lot of charm, beauty, friendly people, and great food. All in all my time at La Vita Sukha has been top notch. I will definitely be returning soon!
Lovely place and community!! The villa is gorgeous, with spacious rooms, cosy common areas, beautiful rose garden, swimming pool and plenty of green. The village is surrounded by astonishing views, has a vibrant Italian spirit, blended with a unique international flavour due to the many expats in the area. Liz is a delightful host: with her expect lot of fun, warmth and high vibrations!
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the villa. Liz and her partner were exceptional hosts, ensuring a delightful experience. The shared spaces were ideal for both relaxation and socialising with fellow guests. Highly recommend a visit!
I stayed at the Villa in March of 2023 and it was a fabulous experience. I met some other nomads and was introduced to the special culture of Roseto Valfortore. Liz was a wonderful host who welcomed us into her space and her town. We cooked together, laughed, and became lifelong friends. The Wi-Fi worked perfectly which was important for me as a nomad, and I deeply enjoyed my time.
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