Location & Getting Here

Cheveyo Training Camp takes place among the scenic views of the small coastal town of Zahora, Spain.

Located right in the middle of Zahora, we are a 15 minute walk (or a 5 minute run ) from the beautiful Zahora Beach. Our participants consistently remark to us how much they appreciate the pristine sand and beautiful sunsets we have have here along the Costa de la Luz, whose name accurately translates from Spanish to “Coast of Light.” This coastal area is one of the least spoiled in Spain, and as one of the few holdouts still not affected by mass tourism, the beaches here are said to be among the most beautiful in the country.

The La Breña National Park is located right in our backyard. The park has one of the most spectacular stretches of rocky cliffs along the Andalucian Atlantic coastline, with stunning views over the sea and to the rocky headland of Cape Trafalgar and its lighthouse.

Getting Here:

There is a bus that runs from the Malaga airport to a town called Algeciras. From Algeciras you can take a bus to either B.Vejer or Conil, at which point we can pick you up.

Feel free to contact us for a more specific bus plan.

Car lift
If you are looking for another cheap way to travel and find that you have a little flexibility regarding travel times, the car sharing site blablacar.com is an option. Car sharing is very popular here in Spain, and it should be easy to find a lift to either Conil, Vejer, or Barbate, at which point we can pick you up.

Airport transfer
If you prefer to spend your time not worrying about navigating Spanish public transportation systems, we also offer discounted pickup and return from any of the following airport cities:
– Jerez Airport 40€/person
– Gibraltar airport (La Linea) 40€/person
– Sevilla Airport 40€/person
– Malaga Airport 60€/person

*Pickups are normally available on transfer days (Saturdays – days before starting dates) from 14-22, and should be ordered in advance.

Please feel free to contact us regarding transport, traveling plan, a little chat to say “How are you?,” etc… Can’t wait to see you here!