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This typically Catalan town is famous as the birthplace and resting place of the artist Salvador Dalí. It’s also home to a fascinating toy museum and numerous shops and cafés.
The spectacular Dalí museum will astound groups with its surrealism, from its exterior architecture to the paintings, sculptures, furniture and 3D collages within.
This museum contains the broadest range of work from Salvador Dalí’s career and the building of the museum is as surreal as the exhibits within. One room even turns into Mae West’s face when viewed from a small stage.
One of Catalonia’s most attractive towns. Its well-preserved old buildings and narrow stepped streets provide a delightful experience for students to explore its mix of Arabian and Jewish influences. Highlights include a visit to the Arabian baths, the Gothic Cathedral and the Jewish Quarter.
This non-profit organisation supports social integration of handicapped people in the region by providing employment. Tour the dairy farm, which provides milk for a range of products including yogurts, desserts and drinks, and learn about the milking operation and health and welfare of the animals.
The magnificent city of Barcelona is a highlight for the majority of groups staying on the Northern Catalonian coast. As many of the resorts are within easy reach, then groups can include visits to La Sagrada Familia, Montjuïc, Nou Camp, Parc Güell, Las Ramblas …and many more
This historic, hilly area provides the best views of Barcelona. Students can explore its wide range of attractions, including the Olympic Stadium and the famous Spanish Village, Poble Espanyol, as well as artisan workshops and tapas bars. The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc offers a spectacular display of colour, light, movement, water and music too!
Gaudí’s unfinished masterpiece remains a popular tourist attraction and a world renowned emblem of the city. Students will be amazed by its sheer size and its architectural complexity.
Based on Gaudí’s plans of 1954, this stunning building is still under construction and is due to be completed in 2026.
Students will enjoy wandering along this famous street with its variety of shops, cafés, market stalls and street entertainers.
Take a visit to the famous park which was designed by Antonio Gaudí. Beautiful examples of his extraordinary work can be seen here. The serpentine pathways take you on a journey past a magnificent fusion of architecture and natural forms, benches shaped like dragons, a gatehouse topped with fly agaric mushrooms and Casa Batlló’s melting façade, resembling skulls, masks and sharks teeth. The park’s high-point also provides fabulous views of the city.
A fascinating visit for all groups and a must for anyone studying 3D.
Accompanied by a local guide, students will follow trail instructions and answer questions in Spanish in this informative and enjoyable way to explore the town. Our trails are an excellent method of getting students to read, repeat and understand Spanish signs, words and phrases.
In a relaxed environment, students will take part in speaking and listening sessions with native speakers, greatly enhancing their learning experience. NST can provide intensive Spanish Language courses in Lloret de Mar, Calella and Blanes. These highly prestigious schools offer a fully tailored course – relevant to the study level of your students with preferred content and delivery methods catered for. The lessons are adapted to match the abilities and requirements of the group and led by highly qualified local teachers and designed to improve confidence as well as ability. Students are grouped into maximum class sizes of 15.
Taste a wide variety of traditional Spanish dishes at this fun and popular evening activity. Available within all resorts.
This fascinating show, based on the heart-stopping and passionate art of Flamenco dancing, is a must for groups and a true cultural experience from Spain’s musical heritage.
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PortAventura has everything to make a trip here unforgettable! Both students and teachers will have a great time in the two amazing parks. PortAventura Park is an astonishing amusement park divided in six thematic areas with many rides and shows. Costa Caribe Aquatic Park is a water park packed with waves and slides.
Together you can travel around the six themed areas of the park: Mediterrània, China, México, Polynesia, Far West and SésamoAventura. Take in several shows, from the dazzling wonders of Teatro Imperial in China to the exotic dances of Polynesia and then enjoy the thrills and spills of the many, many rides.
The largest water park on the Costa Brava has numerous water rides and even a bungee-jump.
Groups can take part in a flamenco workshop to learn the steps and moves of this traditional Spanish dance.
Groups can practise their Spanish as they visit the local fish auction or vegetable market to source the ingredients they’ll need to create a 3 course meal, before returning to the cookery school to prepare, cook and eat their delicious creations!
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