Located in Granada, one of the most fascinating cities in Andalusia, we have specialized on Spanish courses combined with cultural activities.
Learning a new language also means learning about a different way of life. Our daily cultural programme offers you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture.
Every weekend we organize interesting day trips in Andalusia, including excursions to Seville, Cordoba, the Costa Tropical, the Alpujarra Mountains and different natural parks. We also offer weekend trips to Northern Morocco all year round.
Also our Spanish for Body & Mind courses have been carefully chosen because they offer the perfect mix of Spanish classes and activities. Cooking to photo walks, yoga to flamenco, tango to horseback riding, rock climbing to salsa dancing and more.
Come and join us! Combine Spanish lessons in the mornings with cultural courses and activities during your free time! You will love this experience!
We have been offering Spanish language courses in Granada since 1986. The school building, characterised by its Andalusian style, its friendly classrooms, and its beautiful courtyard, retains much of the charm and intimacy of a family home. It is situated in a quiet location just ten minutes away from the city centre. We are accredited by the Spanish Instituto Cervantes since 2002. With 1000 students every year we can be considered as a medium-sized Spanish language school. Our school is a member of Tandem International.
The International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada is a living instrument of cultural, educational, tourist and socioeconomic activity.
This is reflected not only in the programmes and their contents, but also in the way in which these activities are presented to audiences.
Emotion expressed in artistic offerings of outstanding quality; emotion in the enjoyment of the most beautiful and original spaces in Granada and its province; emotion in the discovery of what Granada has to offer in the way of unique experiences in cultural tourism which each year are discovered by more people from every corner of Spain and abroad; emotion and satisfaction in the realisation that, for a few weeks, the Granada Festival becomes a real motor of the city’s economy on account of the thousands of artists, orchestras, companies and visitors who arrive specifically to attend this feast of the senses.
The palaces and the gardens of the Alhambra are this Festival’s most impressive sign of identity and a unique setting for its performances. At the beginning of summer hundreds of spectators enjoy the music and the dance, infused by the aroma of the lush vegetation of the gardens of the Alhambra and under the impact of the amazing Nazrid, renaissance and romantic architecture which has made of Granada the so-called Gateway to the South.
And side-by-side with the performances that take place in the Alhambra there is a broad mosaic of artistic events which extends throughout Granada and its province and is available for public enjoyment: this is the FEX which represents the extension of the Festival throughout the city and the province of Granada.
We hope that you will take part in these activities in the Alhambra’s palaces and the gardens, at the century-old sights of historic Granada and in the modern city too.
Please note, that visitors alreday start to book tickets for the festival in February!
For further information visit: www.granadafestival.org
Granada, the birthplace of the poet Federico García Lorca, is without doubt one of the most fascinating cities in Andalusia, southern Spain. It is also an important University town with almost 300,000 inhabitants and more than 60,000 students.
With its world-famous Alhambra, rich culture and lively nightlife, it is the ideal place for both studying and taking a holiday.
Enjoy a weekend on the Mediterranean coast; participate in winter sports, horseback riding or trekking in the Sierra Nevada; organise a trip to the marvellous villages of the Alpujarra mountains; watch gypsy Flamenco in Sacromonte or dance Salsa and Tango in one of Granada's many exciting bars; visit the Arabic baths or stroll through the narrow streets of the old Moorish quarter of the Albaicín.