A quiet day when you are at the centre of your care in the meadow, in the woods, on the mountain top, on the hills, on the beach wherever you get the rest you need.

Give yourself a day in the wind and the sun, with light and silence by the sea.

Give yourself a time, a place, give yourself peace with opportunities to be right here and now.

Give yourself a day when time stands still, you do what you want without any demands on performance.

Tent with space for dreams by the fire, for sleep to the sounds of nature.

In a versatile tent for everyday life and party.

A tent for you the way you want it.

One tent.

Many opportunities.

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