Food Options


(Must be pre-booked - please book as part of your Festival booking)

Inspired by the 'Chiringuitos' or beach bars which are very common in southern Spain, lunch at the Festival will be relaxed and informal.

There will be individual Chiringuitos each serving a different meal, and featuring typical Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine.   You will receive tickets which can be exchanged for a meal at a specific Chiringuito on a designated day. The final day of the festival will be a packed lunch as you prepare for your onward travel.

Lunches will be on a take-away basis, and there will be open spaces as well as covered seating areas throughout the festival site to gather and eat with friends.

If you have pre-booked lunch but are not attending the whole festival, you will receive tickets for randomly selected Chiringuitos.

All lunches will be vegetarian or vegan (you must specify at the time of booking). We are unable to offer gluten free meals due to the risk of cross-contamination in the food preparation.


(Must be pre-booked - please book as part of your Festival booking)

Is only available for those who have accommodation at KMC Spain.


There will be a number for festival cafes onsite serving snacks as well as cakes, drinks, ice creams etc.

Spanish meal times

Lunch typically starts around 2pm, however to enable us to serve large numbers the festival, lunches will begin earlier. If you are eating off-site, restaurant kitchens usually close around 3.30 - 4pm.  Evening meals are eaten later in the evening, with most restaurants re-opening around 8.30pm.  For those booking dinner at KMC Spain, it will be served after puja/final retreat session each evening with the exception of the first day of the Festival where dinner will be before the first evening teaching session, and on 10 October, when a light dinner will be served before Offering to the Spiritual Guide puja.