Learn Spanish in Vejer de la Frontera, Andalucia, Spain
To learn Spanish in Vejer de la Frontera is to take a Spanish course in an incredibly beautiful Andalusian hill town and location. This town of whitewashed houses, unspoilt by international tourism and surrounded by beautiful countryside and with incredible beachesnearby, is an excellent location in which to learn to dance flamenco, as well as to learn Spanish. Our school in Vejer de la Frontera runs Spanish courses for all levels, as well as Flamenco dance courses. Learn Spanish on a course in Vejer de la Frontera, and prepare to fall in love with this beautiful town and its friendly people.
Our school in Vejer de la Frontera
Our Spanish language school in Vejer de la Frontera is situated in a beautiful historic building, with 8 classrooms, many with superb views. The school has an Internet café with free Internet access for students, 2 interior patios and wonderful garden with orange trees and jasmine, as well as a roof-top terrace with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. The school has a friendly atmosphere, which helps students to relax and enjoy their time in Vejer, and many return here again and again.
You can learn Spanish on a ‘Standard’ Spanish course (20 lessons/week), or else on an ‘Intensive’ Spanish course (30 lessons/week). Our school also runs a very popular ‘Spanish and Flamenco’ course, combining 10 Spanish language lessons and 10 flamenco lessons per week. There is also a Christmas course, which includes specific Christmas activities and excursions.
Spanish & Kitesurfing Course
The Costa de la Luz is one of Europe's top kitesurfing spots! Learn how to kitesurf with our fully qualified tutors - our course is available from August to October. Our 2-week Spanish & Kitesurfing course comprises 20 Spanish lessons/week plus 10 hours kitesurfing/week. Transport to and from the beach is provided.
Spanish & Diving Course
If you've never dived before, the quiet coves of Vejer are a great place to learn. Our 2-week Spanish & Diving Course includes 20 Spanish lessons/week plus 10 hours diving/week, all equipment hire and transport to and from the beach.
|Course Name||Lessons||Max in class||2 week price|
|Intensive & Flamenco||20+3||10||£575|
|Intensive & Golf||20||10||£708|
|Intensive & Horse Riding||20+3||10||£575|
|Intensive & Surfing||20+3||10||£515|
|Intensive & Walking||20+5||10||n/a|
|Intensive & Yoga||20+3||10||£575|
Students at our school in Vejer de la Frontera can stay in on-site studio apartments within the school building, in shared apartments or with carefully-selected Spanish host families. All accommodation is within walking distance of the school.
|Full Board||Twin (shared room)|
|Half Board||Twin (shared room)|
|Self-catering||Twin (shared room)|
|Self-catering||Twin (shared room)|
Our school in Vejer de la Frontera, like all our schools in Spain, organises an extensive cultural program. This program includes horseriding, beach trips, windsurfing, paragliding, scuba diving, snorkelling, as well as excursions to Cadiz, Seville, Cordoba and Morocco. There are also flamenco evenings in a local bar. These activities are great fun, as well as an ideal way to practice outside the classroom the Spanish that you learn on the course.
How to get there
Airports transfers are available from Jerez, Seville, Malaga and Gibraltar airports.
An undiscovered beach in the south of Spain!
The beach of El Palmar
Only nine kilometres from Vejer, between Cape Roche and Cape Trafalgar, lies one of the most spectacular beaches of the Andalusian coast - El Palmar. The beach of fine golden sand is more than four kilometres long and an average of 50 metres wide. In summer it is one Vejer's main attractions. To get to El Palmar take the 2131 at the junction with the N340 - the same junction which gives access to the road leading up to Vejer. At the second junction, turn right, and from here you can see the fields of palmitos which have given El Palmar its name.
Although some tourist guides exaggerate in their descriptions of El Palmar claiming it to be "virgin", it is nevertheless true to say that that most surprising aspect of El Palmar is the absence of big hotels and apartment blocks. There is very little building, especially in comparison to the rest of the coastal strip. To see this, take a walk from El Palmar to the Trafalgar lighthouse - sand dunes and rocks and an occasional house in the distance or a chiringuito (beach bar), and miles and miles of sand.