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 unique location at 1500 meters high, surrounded by ancient woods with beautiful ski slopes and great freerides next door.
To make it all even better: equipped working spaces, delicious food, and, of course, fantastic company.
Agape, a magical place made of stones, wood, and glass, located right outside the village of Prali, Piedmont.
13 March - 20 March 2022 Minimum stay: 1 week(from Sunday night to the following Sunday morning).
Digital nomads, freelancers, employees without a stable office, nature lovers.
Single or double rooms, one shared bathroom for every two people, several coworking areas, one common kitchen.
50% deposit to confirm the booking.
Mandatory Covid19 vaccine (at least 2 shots)
We’re looking for someone who can give us a hand with community management tasks (organize the extra activities, help coordinate meals preparation, take care of guests, etc). We’re asking for roughly 4 hours every day, mostly early morning, around lunchtime, and evening. In return, you get a 50% discount on the weekly price! If you’re interested, let us know in the form notes below!
Agape is in the heart of the Piedmontese Alps, at the end of the Germanasca Valley.
We are Alice and Irene, and 90% of our work happens in front of a screen.
Born and raised in the city, a year 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 places.
This is the third edition of Remoto. Here’s what happened in 2021: