The school organizes a weekly excursion to the most beautiful and interesting places on the island.
May it be the North coast or the inner villages, you will be amazed by nature's generosity with Gran Canaria.
These excursions are paid separately by those participants who have not booked our accommodation.
A visit to Vegueta, the old colonial quarter of the city, by the hand of one of our teachers.
After the visit you can taste the local specialties and enjoy a glass beer or wine.
The Tapa-Tour is paid separately, it takes place on Fridays and requires a minimum number of 5 participants. Transportation and dinner are included.
We collaborate with the nearby Quiksilver surf school, thus we offer you the possibility to combine your Spanish course with a surf course.
The surf course can be booked by hours. It takes place in the afternoons and weekends.
The surf board and the wet-suit are provided by the surf school. Just don't forget your swim wear!
If you are a sportive person and do not want to spend your weekend on the beach, Nortetrek is a local company that organizes all sort of sport and leisure activities for you: mountain bike, trekking, climbing and much more.
The 236 kilometers of coastline and the crystal clear water with visibility of up to 40m and a great abundance of fish close to shore invite the diver to explore the underwater world of Gran Canaria and be amazed by its beauty.
Whether you are looking for a beginners course or for a diving excursion, we can arrange your diving activities with our local club.
The school was well recommended by a friend. I rate the course overall as excellent and I recommend the school to other students. I will book a Spanishcourse at the school again."
Kristin Sigurttardöttir, Iceland.
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Always try to speak and read as much Spanish as possible during your stay in Gran Canaria.
Private tuition on Skype:
Online Spanish course for levels A1 and A2
Included for free in the accommodation price
Spanish grammar explained in English