We are creating a model of working life that allows everyone to get out of their city routine, increase productivity and well-being, give and find value in nature.
Do you want to join us on this journey?
We will settle for two weeks in a village at the heart of a beautiful mountain valley, surrounded by nature, silence, and breathtaking views.
To make it all even better: equipped working spaces, delicious food, and, of course, fantastic company.
Monastero di Rabbini: a small village in the Arda Valley, home to Sciara Progetti, a theatre company bringing life to the valley and beyond through the arts.
1st-15th October 2023
Minimum stay: 1 week
from Sunday afternoon to Sunday morning
Digital nomads, freelancers, employees without a stable office, nature lovers.
Single, double or triple rooms with private bathrooms, several co-working areas, 1 shared kitchen.
– Spots are limited for each type of room
– We’ll give priority to 2 weeks’ stays
– Free cancellation up until 2 weeks before
Monastero di Rabbini is a village nestled in the picturesque Arda Valley, characterised by its rich cultural offer and small medieval borghi. Monastero di Rabbini is just 25 minutes from Mount Menegosa and just a hop away from the Moria Park.
We are Alice and Irene, and 90% of our work happens in front of a screen.
Born and raised in the city, 2 years ago we moved to the Alps. It was supposed to be a covid escape, but it turned into a permanent choice. During this time, we have seen some pretty big changes in our habits. We used to rush through peak-hour traffic to get to the office; now we spend an hour walking in the woods every morning. Our lunch breaks used to be takeaway sandwiches and coffee to-go, now we eat slower and better (and sometimes we even find the time for a ski alp ride before the afternoon call).
In short, we are happier. And we still get a ton of work-related things done – some of them even better than before.
So we have started to wonder how we could share all this with those who, like us, make a living with the digital world but want to spend some time in very much physical (and beautiful) remote place.
This is the sixth edition of Remoto. Here’s what happened before: