Spanish course in Mallorca, Spain

SPAIN

Students master Spanish through cultural experiences like tapas dinners, flamenco dance lessons and Picasso painting classes. With our SIL connectiongs in Mallorca or  Barcelona as your base, students will see their fluency and spoken confidence improve each day on tour. They’ll return home with a deeper appreciation of the language

Palma de Mallorca is a simply beautiful city. There is a large historic centre, full of winding streets and secluded little squares with fountains, all overlooked by a magnificent gothic cathedral, towering over the old town. Palma de Mallorca also has an impressive Marina, popular with the rich and famous and a great place for an evening stroll as the sun goes down. This is a wonderful location in which to learn Spanish, full of history and culture, with lots to do and see, whilst at the same time welcoming and friendly.

One of the great advantages of choosing Palma de Mallorca as the location for your Spanish course, is that not only is Palma truly ‘Spanish’ in every sense of the world, but it is also a wonderful location from which to explore the rest of the island. If you want to visit some of the tourist resorts for which Mallorca is well known, Magaluf is just a short bus ride way. However, we would advise you instead to join the numerous excursions that our school in Palma organises to fishing villages along the cost, the mountains of the interior, to secluded coves and unspoilt beaches, exploring the ‘undiscovered’ side of the island.

Accommodation in Palma de Mallorca

For total immersion in the Spanish language, we recommend staying with one of our school’s carefully selected Spanish host For reasonably-priced self-catering accommodation we recommend ‘shared student apartments’. Single and twin rooms are available. 

Cultural activities in Palma de Mallorca*

Welcome reception in the school
Guided walks to places of interest within Palma
Spanish film evenings in the school
Excursions to fishing villages, the mountains and locations along the coast

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