A school trip to Andalucía and the associated region will both meet all your expectations of Spain as well as defy them. The home of the passionate flamenco, the dramatic bullfight, beautiful Moorish architecture and the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains; for many this region encapsulates the essence of Spain. All this lies only miles inland from the Costa del Sol, which in complete contrast is one of Europe’s most developed holiday resorts.
A school trip to Andalucía has it all; whether you choose the coastal resorts with all their facilities or the charming inland towns as your base there is a diversity of attractions, and places to visit that will captivate your language group.
Travel by air and transfer to your accommodation to check in.
Get straight in with a traditional Spanish Cookery Class making and tasting Spain’s national dish; Paella.
Day trip to Seville and. enjoy a Guided Tour in Spanish or English exploring historic landmarks like the Cathedral and Giralda Tower with its superb views.
Follow with a lesson in the art of Flamenco which originated in this area.
Immerse your students in the language with some tuition either at your hotel or in a local Language School.
Get a bird’s eye view of the coast as you head up Benalmadena Cable Car, 800m above sea level.
End the day with a Tapas meal.
Enjoy free time in your resort and shops before heading back to the airport and home.
Arrive at school.
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"There is something for everyone whether you want to immerse yourself in the Spanish culture, with language lessons, a paella demonstration or a flamenco class or tour the beautiful historic buildings in the major cities, Alhambra Palace in Granada, Seville cathedral or Mesquita in Cordoba. A walking tour is a great way to find out about the cultural heritage. Take some time to relax at the beach or admire the views on the cable car. The winter sun is an ideal time to visit, with great distances between the cities, it would be wise to avoid the summer months!"