Wild Flower Walk & Herbal Workshop
Workshop Calendar 2017
|22nd April||Max 8 places||55 euro||FULL|
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|20th June||Max 8 places||55 euro||Book Now|
Join me Sue Rodgers for the day in the picturesque spa village of Lanjaron, and enjoy a wildflower and herb walk, followed by a delicious lunch and herbal workshop.
Our Workshops are strictly limited in numbers, as we want everyone to receive personal tuition to get the most out of the day.
- We meet at 10am, at the Tourist Office, Lanjaron (there is plenty of parking behind the Tourist Office).
- We begin our walk along local tracks, stopping to identify and sometimes taste the many wildflowers and herbs to be found here in the beautiful Alpujarra.
- We stop en route for tea & cake and take the walk at a leisurely pace to suit everyone.
- The walk is about 2 ½ km and takes about 2 hours.
- On arrival at our cortijo and after refreshments you will be given a tour of our Organic Market Garden by my husband Pete
- A delicious lunch of local ingredients, including drinks will be served on the Terrace overlooking our gardens, mountains and the sea.
- Following lunch, you will get the chance to learn more about herbs and make some herbal lotions and potions for you to takeaway.
- We return to Lanjaron along a different route to give you some panoramic views of the local scenery, including the 12th Century Moorish Castle. We aim to arrive back in Lanjaron about 4pm ish!
Sue Rodgers – I have been passionate about wild flowers since my childhood, holidaying with my Grandparents in North Wales.
After University I worked as a Country Park Ranger and took the public out on wildflower and nature walks some 40 years ago! After completing a foundation course in Natural Medicine, my fascination with wildflowers and how they can provide not only food but medicine continues to grow.
Every day I discover something new about this incredible world of plants and hope that you will share my enthusiasm.
What to bring
- The walk is over rough ground in places , so trainers or walking shoes – NOT flip flops!A sunhat and sun-cream is recommended
- A small bottle of water (there is a spring at the Tourist Office , where you can fill up for free on Lanjaron Water!)
- All refreshments and course materials are provided.