Spanish Language Trips to Andalucia

A school trip to the Andalucia 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 Andalucia 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 and capture the true essence of Spain.

Prices start from£335pp

Price Shown includes

  • Return Air Travel
  • 3 nights Half Board Accommodation
  • Specialist Group Travel Insurance
  • Bespoke itinerary planning service
  • Free Place Ratios
  • Live Trip Tracking
  • Online trip organiser & Travel App
  • 24/7 support whilst you are away

Places to Stay


Reasons to Visit

Flamenco Show

Flamenco is a passionate and seductive art form, a mysterious and misunderstood culture that has been burning in Andalucía for nearly five hundred years. The colourful polka-dot dresses, castanets, and mellow tones of the acoustic guitar have become emblematic of the region. Tickets to see this truly Spanish phenomena can be arranged in Seville, Cordoba or Granada.

House of Federico Garcia Lorca (Granada)

Federico Garcia Lorca is undoubtedly the most important Spanish dramatist of the 20th century as well as being a talented musician, pianist and actor. Born in 1898 in the village of Fuente Vaqueros, his birthplace now houses a small, but beautifully laid-out museum. He was assassinated at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War in 1936.

Spanish Language Lessons

We have contacts with language schools in Andalucía who can offer a short course or programme, usually a minimum of 10 - 15 hours, which can be tailored to your requirements to really improve your students language skills.

Cookery Lesson

What better way to learn about local specialities and practice language skills at the same time than with an interactive tapas or paella lesson from a local chef at the Colegio Maravillas.

Plaza de Espana (Seville)

The stunning and fascinating Plaza de Espana is a huge semi-circular complex of buildings decorated in bright tiles representing each of the 40 regions of Spain. It was built for the 1929 Iberian American Exhibition. Wander around from 08h00-22h00 daily.

Royal School of Equestrian Art (Jerez)

The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Foundation in Jerez de la Frontera is known all over the world thanks to its show entitled "How the Andalusian Horses Dance", a unique exhibition of horsemanship.


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  • Risk Assessment advice so you can make an informed decision on every tour component
  • Teacher Inspection Visits


What You Say

Thoroughly enjoyed the trip, great range of visits. Paella group and flamenco was all delivered in Spanish which was excellent, and the students were able to follow most of it. They were both highlights of the trip. 

George Stephenson High School

Particularly pleased with the Flamenco lesson - a real success, and the visit to the Olive Oil factory was great fun.  I was most impressed by the service provided by EST throughout the booking and planning process. It was the most relaxing school trip I have ever been on because everything was organised and ran smoothly. 

Guildford High School

Both consultants were fantastic and very patient with me as we dealt with the various problems of passports and name changes...(the itinerary) was exactly what I asked for - perfect. 

Kineton High School

We had a great time, plus excellent weather. Visits were very educational and guides kept girls interested. 

St Margarets School