Travel info

Getting There is Easy!

Flying to Málaga airport is cheap. From Málaga airport it only takes a 1 ½ hour ride to our retreat. You can take a bus, car or taxi to the village El Burgo where we will pick you up!
We can pick you up from Malaga or Malaga airport for 50 euro per person per trip.
For more travel info such as bus schedules, bus station location & packing lists you can check out the info below.

Partida la Rejertilla 27
29420, El Burgo, Spain
GPS 36.761757, -4.966161

Arrival & Departure

Arrival Day
Pick-up at 15:30 or 18:30/19:30 from El Burgo or optional pick-up from Málaga
Time to arrive, rest and get to know each other
Introduction round

Departure Day
Waking up
Possibility for self-practice
Busses from El Burgo depart at 7:00, 8:45 & 16:15 arriving 1.5 hours later in Malaga center bus station (Maria Zambrano).
We can drop you off at El Burgo or optional drop-off service to Malaga (airport).

Flying to Malaga

Getting to Málaga airport
Many European airlines fly to Málaga, including a variety of budget airlines like RyanAir, Vueling, EasyJet, Transavia, among many others. If you are Dutch, you can often find cheap flights from Amsterdam, Eindhoven or from Brussels, Belgium.

You can compare flight fares and search for different dates through Google Flights or

Please allow yourself sufficient time to travel to the retreat location. The arrival times on the arrival day are between 14:00 and 20:00.

The bus from Malaga on normal days leaves on 14:00 and 17:00. Note that you need to take a short bus/train ride to Malaga center from the airport. See the bus tab for more information on travelling with the bus.

Málaga has a very charming old city center, worth to stay for one or two days, in case your flight schedule allows you to.


Travelling by bus
Taking the bus is the most affordable option. It is also very easy.

Departing from Malaga
Buses from Málaga to El Burgo depart from the central bus station Maria Zambrano (in Malaga city).

Transfer airport – bus station
There are frequent buses and trains running between the airport and the bus station. It only takes about 10-15 minutes, but keep in mind waiting and transfer times. You can find the transfer buses and trains right outside of the arrival hall.

El Burgo Bus Station
In El Burgo it is hard to miss the one and only bus stop, located next to the round about and opposite to the gas station. Ask the bus driver to drop you there (notify you when there), or try to localize the other participants likely to be on the same bus with you :).

Bus schedule
For the most up-to-date bus schedule please check:

Arrival – From Málaga bus station (Maria Zambrano) to El Burgo
Monday – Saturday
8:00 – 09:45
14:00 – 15:30
17:00 – 18:30
8:00 – 9:45
20:00 – 21:30
8:00 – 9:45
17:00 – 18:30

Departure – From El Burgo to Málaga bus station (Maria Zambrano)
Monday – Saturday
07:00 – 8:50
8:45 – 10:15
16:15 – 17:50
16:15 – 17:50
18:00 – 19:50
07:00 – 08:50
16:15 – 17:50

Pick-Up Service

If you prefer to be picked up from Málaga airport or city on the arrival day, or dropped-off on the departure day, we offer an optional pick-up / drop-off service of 50 euro per person per trip until 14:00 on the arrival day.

Please let us know well in advance, if you wish to make use of this service. The exact pick-up / drop-off time is dependent on the rest of the pick-up or drop-off schedule. We hold the right to decline a pick-up or drop-off if it interferes with the pick-up / drop-off schedule or with a normal night of sleep ;).

Rental Car

Getting there by Car
If you want to come by car, please let us know and we can meet each other in El Burgo. From there it is a short drive through the national Park. In the National Park there is a private road with a gate that needs to be opened by us. If you prefer to come directly, let us know when you will be arriving so we can open it for you.

Renting a car
Renting a car is relatively easy from Malaga airport. We have had good experience and had low prices (with insurance) with Marbesol and Gold Car. Feel free to choose whatever company suits you as there are plenty of options to choose from.

Packing List

Debit card & money
Airline ticket
Contact info Alexander & Serieke
Bus schedule
Cell phone
Comfortable loose-fitted yoga clothing
A sweater for in the evenings
House shoes
(Sun) glasses
(Yoga) books (we have many books here as well)
Flash light
Insurance card
In spring / summer season (April-September)
Mosquito repellent / Anti-itch
Hat against the sun
In autumn / winter season (October-March):
Warm clothes
Thick sweaters
Warm socks
Hot water bottle to warm the bed
Umbrella / rain clothing

Yoga mat (if you prefer your own: we have mats here as well)
Meditation bench (if you prefer this over a cushion or chair)
Hiking shoes (there are beautiful trails here!)

City Tips

We really like staying in Malaga for a couple of days. If you are looking for a nice places to eat, we have had good experiences with Brunchit. For staying the night we really like the quiet and cozy Villa Alicia (around 45 euros per night). Although this is by no means all that Malaga has to offer!

Other places we can recommend for an extended trip are Grazalema for its beautiful mountains and nature. City wise we really love: Granada, Sevilla and Cordoba.