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Choosing to study Spanish in Spain is a great way to improve your language skills, either at a quality Spanish language school or in your teacher’s home for total immersion. Practise your Spanish over tasty tapas in Madrid, use your new vocabulary learning to surf in San Sebastian, combine language & dance in Granada – Spanish language courses should always be this immersive.
Thousands of people have already discovered that our eclectic mix of Spanish language holidays in Spain are as diverse as the people who go on them. Come and join them.
You might choose to learn Spanish in the stunning city of Granada, maybe by the beach in Nerja or even combine language lessons with learning to surf in the beach town of Cadiz on the Costa de la Luz.
Located in the north of Spain in the Basque Country, San Sebastian is a must for thrill-seekers hoping to surf in its huge bay or passionate foodies looking to try out its famous pintxos bars.
Keen linguists, beginners who’ve never uttered more than ‘hola’, multilingual speakers – everyone is welcome in the classrooms of our Spanish language schools.
You’ll meet people of all ages and nationalities, from singles to couples to groups of friends. Some have spoken Spanish all their lives, while others just want to escape traditional classroom settings and inspire their minds.
All that’s required is a passion for learning and a refusal to be boxed in.
Is this you? It looks like you.
Learn the Spanish for ‘hang ten’ while surfing the big ones in laid-back Fuerteventura or San Sebastian. Put on your dancing shoes and say ‘bailamos’ in the Andalusian towns of Seville or Nerja.
Wander the enticing cities of Granada or Salamanca or converse over tapas in the bustling centres of Barcelona or Madrid. Taste a perfect paella in Valencia or chill out on the beach in Cadiz just after your morning Spanish lesson.
Learning Spanish in Spain means challenging your mind, embracing the nuances of a new culture and language and being willing to make mistakes. And – most importantly – it’s about sharing laughter, conversation and a glass of wine with other students and locals – without the stuffy classrooms or piles of homework.
Make the most of your time in Spain and combine your Spanish courses with another hobby or passion like photography, dance, surfing, cooking, horse riding or kitesurfing.
To accelerate your learning, try a full Spanish immersion holiday. Move in with your teacher for a week and become part of the family. Speak the local language from the moment you wake until you’re dreaming in it, too.
You’ll see the results: a one-week Spanish immersion holiday equips you with as much language learning as four weeks in a classroom at home.
Learning Spanish should always feel this natural.
Whatever you choose, you can find Spanish holidays in Spain that expand your mind and indulge your inner linguist alongside other passionate students. Never settle for ordinary.