Learn Spanish in Granada, Spain
Sign up for an immersive Spanish language course in Granada. Choose the style, accommodation and duration that suits you. Que te diviertas!
Spanish language school in central Granada choice of immersive language courses choice of accommodation options Optional organised activities include: tapas nights, Flamenco, theatre and cinema visits, trips to guitar makers and potters, and trips to the Alhambra, Granada Cathedral, the Cartuja, the Royal Chapel, Sacromonte Abbey and the Albayzνn
300 excluding flights
1 w: intensive course + single room, shared flat=300 2 w: intensive course + single room, shared flat=485 3 w: intensive course + single room, shared flat=670 Please contact us for different accommodations (Spanish family or private flats).
Description of Learn Spanish in Granada, Spain
All courses start every Monday throughout the year. There are no classes on national vacation and during the Christmas period (20 Dec 02 Jan)
9 Reviews of Learn Spanish in Granada, Spain
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 29 Apr 2019 by Pauliina MakarainenGranada is a wonderful place to learn Spanish and about the Spanish culture - a must visit spot for anyone! Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Dec 2018 by Oliver WillderMy teachers had a great sense of humour and their conversational style of teaching really breathed life into the dryer grammatical topics, as well as producing some more eclectic points of vocabulary along the way. Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Sep 2018 by Peggy PooleVery good teaching, classes. Had a great time and learned some Spanish. Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Apr 2018 by Claire BelangerI had an excellent teacher. I would rate my language lessons as excellent. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 May 2017 by Viv MiddlebrookAbsolutely fantastic! I was thrilled to be learning again, met some great people, the teachers were so enthusiastic and made it a complete joy. Read full review
Reviewed on 09 Nov 2016 by Cella EftimescuI discovered with great pleasure Granada's vibrant life, its historic and cultural treasures and excellent food. Read full review
Reviewed on 19 Aug 2016 by Angela LazarakiA wonderful experience! I highly recommend it and I will be going back for more! Read full review
Reviewed on 28 Jul 2015 by Lori DavisonVery enjoyable. I would do I again. Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Mar 2012 by Negla SalemStepping out on the terrace and facing the magnificence of the Al Hambra Palaces in the sunshine. Its one of those wonderful places you spend your whole life gazing at in pictures, but when you see it for yourself it is far more than any picture can portray. Read full review
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Planet and peopleWe value our role within the community and regularly attend neighbourhood meeting where we help with decision making. We encourage all of our students who come to learn Spanish in Granada to use the local shops and stalls close to the school so that they can get a feel for the history and culture of the city and so that they can support local business.
All our teachers are employed from the local area and the accommodation provided, within walking distance from the school, is owned by local landlords or families. We ensure that the accommodation places our students in the center of the community and that they will play a part in typical Spanish life.
We do not charge for the organisation or administration of activities, students only have to pay the entrance fees when at the particular place of interest. Therefore the money from our students goes directly to local businesses, guides and the attractions here in Granada.
We work with charities that help teenagers and young immigrants who have recently arrived in Spain with basic or no knowledge of Spanish. We provide them with teaching materials and support to help these people with their Spanish studies. This is important for us as we can use our main forte to help those in need.
We have written a Code of Conduct for all of our students and teachers. They can refer to this during their stay with us and again when traveling in the future. The Code specifies how you can be responsible and environmentally sustainable. We believe that if our students do at least one thing that is included in the Code then we should make a difference.
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