Learn Spanish in Granada (Old Town), Spain
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Granada is a unique location in which to learn Spanish, nestling beneath the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada, the highest mountains in mainland Spain. If you attend a Spanish course in Granada, you will learn Spanish in a city full of history, situated just 30 minutes from some of the best ski slopes in Europe and the same distance from the beaches of the Mediterranean. We have two schools in Granada, with each school offering high-quality Spanish courses.
Continue reading for further information on this Granada (Old Town) school, located in the historic centre of the city, the Albaícin, with unforgettable views of the Alhambra. Follow the links for details of our Granada school, in Granada’s stylish modern centre.
The courses were really great, and the teachers incredibly nice.
The classes, teaches and facilities were all excellent - I got so much out of the few lessons I had.
We learned more than we would have ever believed, and would go back there again! It really was a wonderful experience.
The teachers were all very attentive and helpful. They were very professional but also very friendly. The course was just right for me.
Teachers were friendly and helpful, level was about right for me and skiing was great with Spanish spoken from the word go.
I loved learning Spanish at the school. The teachers were very friendly and patient, and they really responded to the knowledge and needs of the class...
Staff and teachers are wonderful. Lovely friendly atmosphere. Lovely location. My apartment was near the school.
Helpful, friendly and supportive teachers who found interesting, varied and entertaining ways to help us to learn. I cannot praise the teaching enough!
Amazing disponibility of the teachers, nice family with delicious meals, will have to go back there in a few years.
Teachers are very friendly and helpful and my accommodation was just a 5 minute walk from the school in the old part of the city.
Our school in Granada (Old Town)
Our Granada (Old Town) school could not be better located, lying in the ‘Albaicin’, the old Moorish heart of the city, with its beautiful white washed streets and spectacular views of the Alhambra, the old Arabic palace, towering over Granada. The school is in a beautiful historic building, with orange trees filling its shady gardens and ivy growing over the walls. The school has 8 well-equipped classrooms, a student cafeteria, outside patios and extensive private gardens for students to use at break time.
You can learn Spanish on a wide range of Spanish courses, including a Business Spanish Course and a DELE Exam Preparation course. You can also combine a Spanish course with skiing from December to April. The maximum class on every course is just or 6 students per class – smaller than at most schools.
You can stay in carefully selected Spanish host families, shared student apartments, or else in private studio apartments.
All accommodation is within walking distance of the school. Students who stay in Spanish speaking host families tend to learn faster, as they practice with their families the Spanish that they learn on the course.
The school organizes full-day weekend excursions to Ronda, Seville, Cordoba and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The school also organizes a range of activities and visits within Granada – all designed to help students use the Spanish that they learn on their course.
Free tapas in Granada!
I’ve just come back from 4 weeks studying in Granada and it’s by far the most stunning Spanish city I’ve been to! I really loved every minute there. It’s unlike anywhere else – You realize this from the minute you arrive, with the incredible Arabic palace "La Alhambra" towering over the city, and the snow-capped Sierra Nevada Mountains behind – You just know you’ve arrived somewhere special!
There is also the stunning Albaicin area, the old town, in which there are a series of old narrow streets with typical old buildings and Moroccan stalls and Moroccan tea houses….where you get a real feel for how Granada would have been right back in the time of the Arabs.