Thinking of (or planning to) move off the grid?
We live off the grid, but with all modern amenities; we have a sound solar system and water from our own well (and from rainwater catchment), which allows us to live comfortably without getting any utility bills.
Want to know more about living off the grid? These articles might interest you!
Do you live off the grid in Spain - or do you plan to move off-grid? Join our Facebook community to share your stories and learn from other off-grid adventurers!
How to prepare for your life off the grid? How can you learn about off-grid living, permaculture, homesteading, keeping animals and more?
Searching for a property to start an off-grid project, possibly in a foreign country where you don't speak the language, is not simple. We'll help you with 7 simple steps to follow in order to find your dream piece of land!
We love visitors... but unexpected visitors used to take up so much of our time. So we took control and have organised open days on the farm - a win-win situation!
Evacuating due to a forest fire is scary - but it helps to stay calm and have a sound getaway plan. And if that's not enough, nothing beats a community springing into action to help out!
We moved to an off-grid property to get closer to nature and become more self-reliant. This saved us money in so many ways... it has also cost us more than we had ever imagined.
Ever wanted to know how these disgusting little black balls become heavenly olive oil or delicious eating olives? Read here how we do it!
Spain has several ways to deal with the summer heat - heat-efficient building is one of them, sleeping during the hottest hours is another. Find out all about the tradition of siesta!
We keep our chickens on rotating pastures with the help of electrical fences. Find out why and how we do it - and what we really think of the mobile chicken coop known as a Chickshaw.
Simple living means making time for what's really important, putting yourself and your family first and going back to basics. Everybody can do it - will you?