Our 10 guarantees
No registration fees
The school does not charge any registration or booking fees for courses or accommodation.
The school stays open all year
We do not go on holiday, we do not close.
Four levels are given throughout the year
We run our group courses in levels A1, A2, B1 and B2 all year round, and level C1 from October to March.
All groups have 20 hours of tuition per week regardless of the number of participants.
All classes are made up
The school only closes on bank holidays. All classes pertaining to those days are made up during the same week.
Any course as of 1 week
Any course may be booked as of one week and for as many weeks as desired.
Qualified and experienced teachers
All our teachers are native speakers. They hold a university degree in Spanish philology or linguistics, a specific training in the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language and have long experience in teaching.
Accommodation near school
Stay at our residence halls and reach the school in 15 minutes or less by foot along the beach promenade. No public transport needed.
Food preferences are respected
When booking our half board, your meal preferences will be respected: vegetarian, celiac, allergic to lactose, etc.
Try our online course of levels A1 and A2 before you arrive and after you leave. This will help you maintain and enhance your Spanish level after you return home.
Access to our online course is free for all students staying at our residence halls.
Me gustaría muchísimo volver a la escuela el próximo año para mejorar mi español y también porque he encontrado personas
muy amables y divertidas. ¡Muchísimas gracias!
Ilaria farioli, 26, Italia.
Book our special offer for 4 weeks Standard course + accommodation and save 25%.
It is best to review the learned material after class when it's still fresh in your memory. During your next class you will remember the subjects and find that studying them becomes easier.
Private tuition on Skype:
Online Spanish course for levels A1 and A2
Included for free in the accommodation price
Spanish grammar explained in English