Andalucía Spanish Language School Trips & Tours

With its Moorish past, classical architecture and year-round Mediterranean climate, Andalucía is an inspiring destination for Spanish language groups. Your school trip to this beautiful destination can include educational visits to see great classical cities of Seville, Córdoba and Granada which stand as monuments to both the country’s rich past and typical Andalucían allure.

During an NST study tour to this colourful region, groups will have the opportunity to sample traditional Spanish lifestyle and culture, whilst gaining an understanding of local people and their customs and putting their language skills into practice. With a variety of educational visits to choose from, including historical landmarks, language workshops, flamenco lessons, Andalucía is the perfect destination for a Spanish language school trip

Prices start from£389pp

Price Shown includes

  • 4 nights’ half board accommodation
  • Return flights and overseas airport transfers
  • 8 hours’ local coaching on three days
  • Free Go Explore journal for every pupil
  • Extensive group travel insurance
  • 1 in 10 free place ratio

Price shown is based on 35 paying passengers departing from a London airport in Oct 2017 and is subject to availability.


On-tour support

On-tour support includes...

  • Airport assistance when you arrive back at your UK airport when you book a coach transfer to take you home

 


Accommodation

Popular options in Andalucía


Top visits

Seville

Seville is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, and the one that best keeps its traditions alive. Pupils can explore its many historic landmarks including the Cathedral and Giralda Tower, Alcázar or take a cruise on the Rio Guadalquiver. 

Córdoba

Pupils can discover the rich history of Andalucía’s capital, once one of the world’s biggest cities and home to iconic buildings such as the Mezquita, an impressive cathedral that was once the third biggest mosque in the world, and the Alcázar, a palace fortress, home to outstanding Roman mosaics and stunningly colourful gardens. 

Granada

The city is rich in both Islamic and Catholic architecture as well as traditional whitewashed houses and narrow streets. The highlight is undoubtedly the fabulous Alhambra Palace, described by some as ‘the most exciting, sensual and romantic of all European monuments’ - it’s a must for all groups. 

Benalmádena - Cable Car

One of the best known attractions of the Costa del Sol, linking the main tourist sites with the 800m summit of the Calamorro Mountains. Pupils can see the spectacular views, which on a clear day include Gibraltar and the North African coast. 

Museo Picasso Málaga

Located in the city of his birth, this museum houses an excellent collection of Picasso’s work and gives an insight into the mind of one of the world’s most famous artists. 

Andalucían Farm

Visit a typical Spanish working farm surrounded by orange and lemon groves. Your guide will explain the workings of the farm and pupils can enjoy tasting local products. Continue to Alora, a typical white village, and then to El Chorro Natural Park.

Ronda

This superbly dramatic town in the province of Malaga owes its name to the encircling Serranía de Ronda (‘surrounded’ by mountains). Ronda is also one of Spain’s oldest towns, dating back to the 9th century BC. The town has a colourful and romantic past in Spanish folklore. The old town in Ronda dates back to Islamic times, when it was a cultural centre filled with mosques and palaces. 

Mijas

This traditional Spanish mountain village which sits amidst the mountainous pine trees is ideal for groups to explore and even take a ride on a donkey taxi!

Marbella & Puerto Banús

Marbella is a city on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, where the Sierra Blanca mountains are the backdrop to miles upon miles of stunning sandy beaches. West of Marbella town, the ‘Golden Mile’ leads to the world famous port of Puerto Banús, filled with luxury yachts, and a playground for the rich and famous. 

Malaga

This historic Spanish city is filled with character, with narrow streets, traditional tapas bars, the grand Gibralfaro castle and the stunning unfinished Gothic cathedral. Your group will enjoy exploring this modern yet historic city.

Paella Making

Enjoy a traditional Spanish cookery class, making and eating paella! 

Tapas Tasting Evening

Pupils can taste a wide variety of traditional Spanish dishes at this fun and popular evening activity. 

Language Workshops at Benalmádena Language School

Pupils will take part in speaking and listening sessions with native speakers, greatly enhancing their learning experience. NST can provide an intensive Spanish Language course in a highly prestigious school in Benalmádena. 

Offering a fully tailored course, this school will ensure your pupils receive relevant content and delivery methods according to their study level. Pupils will be split in maximum groups of 15 with qualified teachers.

Benalmádena - Sea Life Parque Submarino

The spectacular and fascinating displays of sea life and underwater tunnels help pupils learn about conservation and marine animal welfare. 

Torremolinos Aqua Park

Your group will have fun at this fabulous water park with numerous slides, including the unique Boomerang, pools and an 18-hole mini golf course.

Flamenco Lessons

Experience the heart-stopping and passionate art of Flamenco dancing, a true cultural activity from Spain’s musical heritage.

Visit a local Spanish school

This is a visit that gives pupils the opportunity to experience a day in the life of a Spanish student. You could choose to spend a few hours at the local school, half a day or even a full day.

Your pupils will be shown around the school and given a brief introduction to the Spanish education system, before being introduced to their class. They will then take part in a typical Spanish lesson – this could be in Maths, History, Spanish or English Language, etc. Pupils will also have the opportunity to take lunch with their class, and may even get the chance to cook their food in a paella making workshop. Find out more here


Evening activites

  • A quiz or disco at your hotel (many hotels can provide a room for groups to use in the evenings)

Educational resources

Free Go Explore journals

We understand that learning resources form an important part of a language tour. Our free Go Explore educational resources are a great tool for pupils to record their language experience and build their confidence when exploring another culture, language and location.

With space to add information, pre-visit notes, a daily journal about what they’ve seen and learnt and space for relevant vocabulary our journals are useful for assisting in controlled assessment preparation and is a valuable memento of time spent abroad.

Click here to view a sample of our resources


Transport

We can arrange for your group to fly from a range of UK airports and we’ll work with you to plan your route at the best value possible.

Flight


Giving you full support throughout

Before your tour

  • Your own dedicated NST contact
  • Bespoke tour itineraries
  • Unrivalled local knowledge & expertise
  • Curriculum linked visit programmes
  • Great value for money - no hidden costs
  • Free group leader inspection visits
  • Risk assessment guidance
  • Safety assured, transport, accommodation and visits

Whilst you're away

  • Free educational resources
  • Group-friendly accommodation
  • Exceptional standards of coaching
  • On-tour support from our reps on the ground
  • Support & assistance from our specialists guides throughout your tour
  • 24/7 support just a call away
  • Extensive group travel insurance

On your return

  • Priority rebooking services
  • Rewarding your loyalty with our reward scheme
  • You say, we listen - we're committed to continuously improving our tours
  • School travel company of choice since 1967

I chose NST for our tour to Andalucía, because they accommodated the tour and the money to our needs. I had never travelled with NST before, but I will definitely be using the company in the future as it is very trustworthy and offers quality for a good price.”

Maria Kimpton, Normanhurst School