Sant Joan de Labritja is a lovely little village in Ibiza that has less than 1000 inhabitants. Though small, we bet it meets all the requirements for the perfect yoga retreat in Spain! Most holiday packages here offer their yoga sessions either on the beach or outside, in the midst of nature. You will instantly forget about all life’s worries in a place like this. Between yoga sessions, you should take your time and discover the island, as it has a few landmarks worth visiting. We recommend the Church of San Miguel and the Punic, as well as the Muslim ruins.
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