How do I get to Fuerteventura?
You can book your flight to come directly to Fuerteventura airport (FUE). For a wider choice of flights, you can fly to Lanzarote Arrecife airport (ACE) and take the 20-minute ferry crossing to Fuerteventura. The last ferry crossing to Corralejo from Playa Blanca, Lanzarote is at 19:00 so please make sure your flight arrives by 16:00 if travelling with luggage.
How do I get to the Lotus Retreat?
Lotus Retreat is located in the beach town of Corralejo.
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Getting here from Fuerteventura airport
Fuerteventura airport is 35 minutes from Lotus Retreat. We recommend that you allow us to organise a transfer for you. This will ensure that you have no waiting around at the airport and that your driver knows exactly where you are going, allowing you to get to us and settle in as smoothly and stress free as possible.
The cost is as follows:
- 1 Guest – 40 euros
- 2 Guests – 20 euros per person
- 3 Guests or more – 15 euros per person
We always try to arrange shared transfers for guests arriving at similar times to keep your costs down. Coming by public transport is not recommended as you will need to take two buses and a taxi to get to us (bus number 3 to Puerto del Rosario, changing to the number 6 to Corralejo then a five minute taxi ride to the center).
If you are hiring a car, please find directions to us here: DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS TO LOTUS RETREAT CORRALEJO.
Getting here from Lanzarote Arrecife airport
Lanzarote Arrecife airport is approximately one and a half hours away. From the airport you take the bus (one hour) or a taxi (30 minutes) to the ferry terminal at Playa Blanca. The ferry takes 20 minutes to Corralejo ferry terminal. It is then 5 minutes from the ferry terminal to the Lotus retreat. The last ferry crossing to Corralejo from Playa Blanca, Lanzarote is at 19:00 so please make sure your flight arrives by 16:00 if travelling with luggage.
I am a solo traveller, is this ok?
The majority of our guests travel to us on their own to take a much needed break away from the pace of day-to-day life. You will meet other like-minded people who are with us for a healthy, relaxing break. Guests often arrange to eat out together in the evenings when we don’t offer meals. During free time some guests like to spend time exploring the island together, other guests are happy to enjoy the beautiful beaches and down time on their own – whatever your needs are, Azul offers a fun and safe environment for solo travellers of all ages.
I have never done yoga before, is this ok?
We offer classes for levels from beginner to advanced, so please do join us if you would like to try yoga for the first time. Group sizes are kept small so the the instructor can give each student plenty of one-to-one attention and ensure that they are being challenged safely at their level.
How many people do you typically have for a week?
Group size varies from four to twelve people. We like to keep group sizes small as this allows individuals to have more attention and be better equipped to accomplish their goals.
I have an illness or injury, will I be able to take part in your classes?
Please see information on special conditions here. In all of our classes you are encouraged to go at your own pace and to listen to your body. We try, where possible to take note of any injuries or illnesses you have and offer you suitable modifications and adjustments. In cases or serious injury, illness, or pregnancy we ask that you book our wellbeing class package, offering you private tuition, at your own pace, for your wellbeing. If you have any serious doubts about attending the retreat, you should seek advice from your doctor.
What kind of yoga equipment does Azul provide?
Azul supplies yoga mats, blankets, straps and blocks, where necessary.
Can I book with Azul anytime?
Our retreats start each Saturday afternoon, and run for 7 nights, with checkout the following Saturday. Checkout is at 11:00am but we are happy for you to stay on site through the day if you have an evening flight. We try, where possible, to accommodate arrival dates early in our set weeks, as flights to the island can be difficult to find at certain times of year. Long weekends and long breaks can be accommodated where possible. Please contact us with your requirements. We can recommend alternate accommodations nearby to the retreat should you want to arrive early, or depart later than our set dates.
What are check-in and check-out times?
Check-in and check-out times vary to accommodate people’s arrival times. Check-in is generally from 12 noon through to 9pm. Guests are welcome to stay in their accommodation until 11am on busy arrival days, and we ask that departing guests place their belongings in a secure area so that the rooms may be prepared for new arrivals. Check out is at 11 am on the Saturday of your departure.
Is there internet access?
Yes, there is free wifi available at the Lotus retreat.
What should I bring with me?
- Comfortable clothing for yoga and meditation sessions
- Summer clothes and swimwear
- Warm jumper for the evenings and more warm clothes during winter months for breezy evenings
- Beach towel (Beach towels can be provided by Azulfit on request for two euros. Bath towels are provided)
- Sunscreen and mosquito repellent
- Trainers for walks
- Hair dryer
- European adapter if travelling from the UK/outside Europe (the correct adapter is the two round pin adapter, not the two flat pin adapter)
We provide yoga mats – however, if you prefer to bring your own you are welcome to.
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