If you choose to learn Spanish in Palma de Mallorca, you will love the city and the location of our Spanish language school, in a beautiful square in the center of Palma. Palma is more typically ‘Spanish’ than many of the holiday resorts on the island. Set on the bay of Palma, the city boasts history as well as sun and beaches, with its 13th century cathedral, old quarter and many squares, lined with orange and olive trees. More recently the city has developed stylish shops and restaurants, which make this a chic place to learn Spanish on a language course at our school.
Our school in Palma de Mallorca
Our Spanish school in Palma de Mallorca occupies three floors of a modern building in the centre of Palma, just minutes away from the tree lined avenue ‘Passeig Mallorca’ and the old town.
The school has 14 classrooms, each with air-conditioning. Wife access is available, but the school also have a computer lab which is open before and after lessons each day.
Courses in Palma de Mallorca
At our Palma de Mallorca school you can learn Spanish on an Intensive Spanish course, with 20 Spanish lessons/week and a maximum of 12 students/class (average 7-10 students/class).
As well as the Intensive Spanish course, our school offers a Spanish Club 50+ course, for students in their fifties and above who wish to learn Spanish with students of a similar age. This course includes Spanish language lessons and a full activity program. The school also runs a special 8-day Easter Spanish course.
Accommodation for students who learn Spanish at our school in Palma can be arranged in shared apartments, private studio apartments or with Spanish host families. Students who stay with a host family often find that they learn Spanish more quickly, as they can practice with the family the Spanish they learn on their course. Executive host families are also available, where students have a private bathroom.
Get to know the ‘real’ Palma de Mallorca by taking part in the school’s optional activities programme! With regular guided visits to local places of interest (such as the Old Quarter, Cathedral and Santa Maria Market), Spanish film screenings, beach trips and evenings out to experience the local nightlife, there will be plenty for you to see and do!
How to get there
Our school in Palma de Mallorca can also arrange airport transfers from Palma Airport for students who want to be met on arrival and taken to their accommodation.