Fancy a weekend in one of the world’s most happening urban hubs that won’t feel like work, but where every interaction will strengthen your relationships with a mini-collective of rebels?
Then join us for our unique cultural getaways, L.E/Retreats. Expect immersive experiences and insider insights into vibrant art, food and culture scenes – all in signature L.E/Miami style – as well as an atmosphere tailor-made for starting life-long partnerships.
Connect with travel’s trailblazers at L.E/Retreats. The concept is simple: we aim for a one-to-one ratio of buyers and exhibitors so you can build long-lasting, meaningful relationships over an unforgettable three-day getaway.
A 1:1 speed-dating session with every L.E/Retreat attendee
Exclusive access to bespoke experiences
Private entry to the destination’s newest attractions
2 nights’ accommodation
3 days of meaningful relationship building
*Cost does not include flights or ground transfers upon airport arrivals and departures
ON ACROPOLIS HILL
We took a private tour of the ancient citadel now dubbed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, soaking up the mythical energy of the Acropolis and taking in its stunning, iconic façade.
GREEK HERBS & HOMEOPATHY
We went behind the scenes of the extraordinary herbal pharmacy-come-concept store, Naxos Apothecary, to learn the secrets of creating the perfect scent using unique Greek herbs in a hands-on workshop.
CRAFTING CUSTOM CERAMICS
Nestled in a previously abandoned building now beaming with folk architecture, The Art Foundation Gallery is a hub for cultural preservation and was the perfect place to try our hands at ancient ceramic techniques.
A CULINARY MASTERCLASS
At Island Private House on the Athens Riviera, we were treated to Greek delicacies, breathtaking views and a live performance by word-class musicians, while masterchef, Dimitris Skarmoutsos, shared insights into authentic Mediterranean cuisine through a live cooking demo.
Behind-the-scenes at Samuel Lind’s studio
A visit to the home and studio of renowned local artist Samuel Lind, whose works explore the dynamic cultural legacy of Afro Puerto-Rican culture.
Meeting a mask-making family
Getting familiar with the Ayala Family who have one of the original Vejiante mask shops in Puerto Rico.
Dancing to Bomba music
Our rebels stopped to learn how to play and dance to the beautifully rhythmic Bomba music, born from irresistible African beats.
Food and culture tour of Old San Juan
We took to the cobbled streets of Old San Juan, immersing ourselves in stunning historical sites while trying some of the region’s most mouth-watering delicacies (and rum!).
Guided tour of Joana Vasconcelos Atelier
A look behind the scenes at one of Portugal’s most prolific artists, followed by talks with the artisans responsible for constructing Joanna’s large-scale sculptures and installations.
Touring Lisbon by Tuk-Tuk
There’s only one way to explore a city built on seven hills: by Tuk-Tuk! The mini-Collective explored Lisbon’s rich heritage, famous cultural hotspots and iconic historical sites.
Spoon carving at Nomad Goods
An intimate workshop alongside Ricardo Jeronimo of Rival. After getting to grips with the techniques behind the unique products, our rebels got to work creating their own personalised spoons.
A taste of the local cuisine
The weekend’s culinary highlights? Sampling local wines at Comida Independente, dining at Time Out Market and enjoying a farewell lunch at acclaimed new restaurant, Prado.
The retreat was awesome. I met so many amazing people – agents and suppliers. I couldn’t believe how wonderful everyone was. This makes me even more excited for Miami!
My first Retreat was in 2019 and I loved it! It was fun, organised and well structured. Not only did we have the opportunity to meet our partners one-on-one to educate them on our property and destination, but we also had the chance to bond with them in a unique location and relaxed environment.
-Ranga Chidawanyika, Director of Global Sales, sbe Group
I had so many interesting conversations, often feeling inspired by the stories I was listening to. Us ‘Travel Industry’ types often have a lot in common, but this group was particularly open and friendly.
-Stuart McNair, Managing Director, ESCAPES
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