Welcome to Talalla
TALALLA RETREAT IS A BEACH FRONT RESORT ON A PRISTINE, WHITE SANDY BEACH WITH CALM TURQUOISE WATER. IT COMPRISES SEVENTY ROOMS INCLUDING OCEAN VIEW VILLAS AND BUNGALOW, BAMBOO HUTS, AND DELUXE TREE-LEVEL ROOMS.
Talalla Retreat is just that, a retreat from your everyday life into a beach and paradise escape. Our resort sits on a pristine unspoilt beach still hidden from tourists and travelers and only visited by the local fisherman during their daily catch.
Our facilities include a 20m freshwater lap pool, three custom built yoga pavilions, an Ayurvedic spa, and a gourmet open-air restaurant serving the freshest healthiest meals with organic vegetables from our own vegetable garden.
We offer individual surf, yoga, and wellness services and coaching in addition to weekly retreats for a pre-packaged experience. Come stay with us to relax, unwind with us!
Elegantly designed rooms include open air marble bathrooms, private patios, and great views of the lush gardens or the Indian Ocean. For those on a budget there we also offer affordable dormitory accommodation in a beautiful old colonial house at the top of our highest hill — making you eye-level with the treetops. We’ve got something something for everyone.
We work hard to ensure our environmental footprint is minimized and that the local community benefits economically from the retreat. On site, you’ll find our organic garden and compost-worm farm, solar-powered water heaters, weekly organized beach cleanups, and locally sourced, fair-trade products.
And to ensure your wellness, each day we host a series of Yoga, Pilates and Boxilates classes and workshops. Our teachers are state of the art and join us from around the world to provide group and individual services. Schedule a one-on-one yoga or wellness coaching for a more private experience.
If you’re interested in a surf holiday, we offer small groups lessons, surf guides, and surf and SUP board hire/transport to the best waves on the South Coast of Sri Lanka. Our surf camp is one of the best in Sri Lanka.