Hostel in Andalucia, South of Spain, looking for volunteers

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UPDATE: We are looking for 1-2 volunteers for the June period

Hostel exchange in Andalucia. Do you want to escape from the busy city? Too many parties? Farming is not for you? Do you want to connect with yourself, nature or whatever?
Hostel in a small town in the centre of Andalusรญa is looking for free souls to help run our cosy villa in the middle of the olive paradise. Whether you are a hiker or hitchhiker, runner, artist, or just an adventure seeker you will find something for yourself.

20/25 hrs per week. 2 days off.

Minimum: 10 days
Maximum: 30 days



This is a super small town in a rural area called LOS CORRALES, don’t expect to party hard or have busy nightlife here. We love going out for tapas and some drinks and assisting to local festivals though. Play cards, watching tv Series and having movie night are always a good plans also.

What you will get is free…
  • breakfast and 10Euros weekly for groceries ( life here is super cheap)
  • bed in a 4-bed dorm with a private bathroom,
  • tv cable and wifi connection
  • access to our fully equipped kitchen
  • towels and bed linen
  • access to our swimming pool,
  • bike for your explorations of the rural wonder,
On top of that, you will have the opportunity to:
  • Learn how to work in the reception
  • Throw yourself into a place where almost everyone speaks Spanish so you can make huge progress in your language learning,
  • Bring your pet companion (let us know in your message)
What you can see near?
  • Osuna 30km
  • Camino del Rey 35km
  • Ronda 60km
  • Malaga 90km
  • Cordoba 110km
  • Sevilla 115km
  • Granada 130km
What we expect?

Knowledge of some basic Spanish. You are going to be in front of the reception, take a phone call, do some basic cleaning/maintaining tasks. You will work 4/5 hs a day 5 days a week. Ask us for available dates and maybe you will become a part of our team.

How to get here?

We are located in the town of Los Corrales. You can get here by bus or hitchhike if you are adventurous. When you choose a bus, remember there are no connections at the weekend. When coming from Malaga and Madrid you can use ALSA website or app to book and pay your ticket, you can pay at the bus as well.


Malaga Bus Station โ€“ Campillos 18:30 (at Campillos there will be only one bus waiting for you to take you to Los Corrales)
Campillos โ€“ Los Corrales 19:30 (NO BUS on the weekend)

  • Malaga Bus Station โ€“ Antequera 18:00 (There are buses every hour or two, but your last bus is 18:00)
    Antequera โ€“ Los Corrales 18:45 (NO BUS on the weekend)
  • Sevilla Estaciรณn Prado San Sebastiรกn โ€“ Los Corrales 14:00 (Los Corrales is not the last station, so ask at information counter for details)
    – Madrid Estaciรณn Sur โ€“ Antequera 8:00 (the company name is ALSA and is 28โ‚ฌ)
    Antequera โ€“ Los Corrales 18:45 (NO BUS on the weekend)
  • Madrid Estaciรณn Sur โ€“ Antequera 23:59 – 06:25 (overnight bus, company is InterBus and is 16โ‚ฌ. You can pay at their ticket counter or online)
    Antequera โ€“ Los Corrales 18:45 (NO BUS on the weekend)

If you are in Malaga, Sevilla or Caminito del Rey you can take a train to Campillos and from there hitchhike to Los Corrales(about 15/20 min by car). It Is a rural route so no sidewalks and no lights during the night.


Send an email to:,

we may ask for references

good luck and enjoy your time in Spain! ๐Ÿ’ƒ

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1 thought on “Hostel in Andalucia, South of Spain, looking for volunteers

  1. Hi,
    I am writing regarding volunteering in your hostel in Andalucia. My friend and I are looking some volunteering and we are really interested in your programme. We are students from Czech Republic and we are available for whole month of August.
    We are looking forward to your reply.
    Soลˆa and Kim

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