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Andalucía Spanish Language School Trips & Tours

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Seville is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, and the one that best keeps its traditions alive. Students can explore its many historic landmarks including the Cathedral and Giralda Tower, Alcázar or take a cruise on the Rio Guadalquiver. Immerse yourself in Spanish culture and learn about the traditional dance of Spain at the Flamenco Museum, and also the history of Bullfighting at the Maestranza Bullring.

Student 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. 

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. Groups can also visit the Science Park, which has fascinating and interactive exhibits that all groups will enjoy.

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

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. 

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 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. 

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. You can take a guided 3 hour tour with our City Representative to learn more about the city, take part in a language lesson, visit the Malaga football stadium, visit an olive oil farm, or take our popular Tapas Tour to sample some traditional delecacies.

In Malaga, your group can imerse themselves in Spanish culture and take part in a 5 hour activity which includes a Spanish lesson, visiting a local food market to buy ingredients, and finally a paella cooking class! You will also get to eat the paella that you create!

We can also arrange a paella demonstration in Benalmadena.


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

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

Offering a fully tailored course, this school will ensure your students receive relevant content and delivery methods according to their study level. 

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.

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

The magnificent Nerja Caves – Cuevas de Nerja – are a series of huge caverns stretching for almost five kilometres and home to the world’s largest stalagmite.

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