The smell of paella, the rhythmic tapping of flamenco, the rugged peaks of the Pyrenees, the soft waves of the Mediterranean, the world class museums, the Moorish palaces, the medieval villages, and the people who seem to have more lust and passion for life than anywhere else; this is Spain! You will access all of this and more as you improve your Spanish language skills and escape the tourist path. We have carefully developed programs that include spending days hiking along the epic Camino de Santiago, learning to make olive oil at an old-world grove, enjoying tapas, exploring the colorful streets of Barcelona, and sketching our own versions of Dalí.
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Check out some of the possible featured experiences of your coming adventure!
Walk El Camino de Santiago
Witness the unique art and culture in Barcelona
Visit an organic olive farm in Sevilla for a tour and olive oil tasting
Visit the Hassan II Mosque- The largest Mosque in Morocco
Swim and kayak in the Bay of Biscay
Learn to make classic cuisine in a traditional Spanish cooking class
Learn to make traditional Moroccan cuisine in a private cooking class
Ride camels through rolling sands
Scavenger hunt through the blue-rinsed streets of the Medina
Explore the heart of Andalucia
Experience the art and history of old madrid with a guided tour
Explore the Alhambra and dance the flamenco in Granada
Explore Morocco's current capital, Rabat
Bike through quaint coastal towns
Enjoy a boat trip in San Sebastian
Discover Fes, one of the worlds largest urban pedestrian zones
Thank you for giving my son a memorable lifetime experience. [There was] constant contact with the parents with updates and photos to ensure us about the students’ safety and that they were doing well. [The Program Leader] and the teachers were outstanding. Couldn’t have had anyone else better to do the job than they have done.