This 9-day experience will propel you into language competency!
In the evening we’ll eat magnificently and then listen to the local Flamenco artists sing and dance their proud and passionate laments. Our local team of guides and teachers will escort you in Spanish at all times. All activities will be preceded by language training sessions & there will be smaller more individualized sessions to ensure you make the most of your time with us.
Jorge Gallegos – Academic Director
This summer for the second year, come with Easy Español to one of Spain’s most enchanting regions, Andalucía, and master the language by living it. We’ll take you to secret spots in the historical cities of Ronda, Cádiz, and Sevilla that few tourists ever get to see. We’ll go to little-known beaches on the Mediterranean, and picnic in pine-scented reserves of stately Blue Spanish Firs. You’ll hike and dance; cook and chat; taste fine Spanish wines; and just relax.
Sunday June 25:
Arrivals to Seville and pick up
Participants will arrive in Seville on the morning of Sunday, June 25, by air or high-speed train, and be picked up at the airport or railway station at a specific time. The group will spend a few hours in Seville. At night the group will enjoy a welcome dinner at the Tambor del Llano house..
Monday June 26:
Nature meets tradition
Early walk along Gaudares River, among oaks & cork oaks. Horseback riding in the area will be an option for those who want to ride & “play” the drum of the plain.
After siesta, visit to an old hydraulic mill, at El Bosque.
Evening stroll around Grazalema and dinner tasting the diversity of cheese & wines from the area.
Tuesday June 27:
A Historic tour: From Romans to Romantics
A visit to the historic town of Ronda with the Roman ruins of Acinipo, Arab baths, the Plaza de Toros and tapas. In the evening, a stroll around the house properties, dinner, tertulia, and summer cinema.
Wednesday June 28:
Cádiz, port of Indias
Cádiz, the “silver cup”, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, with a strong Spanish- American flavor.Visits to the Cathedral and Tavira Tower to view the city through a dark camera.
At noon, lunch & beach.
In the afternoon, bodegas & tapas
Thursday June 29:
Nature, Relaxation and The Black Legend
The group will explore the beautiful Grazalema Natural Park and its surroundings.
In the evening we’ll enjoy a delicious dinner peppered with an intense discussion about Spain’s influence in the Americas.
Friday June 30:
Prehistory: Rocks, paintings and hiking
The group will visit a prehistoric cave and trail the Caminito del Rey. A day of art, history and a lot of walking. In the evening we’ll prepare our own paella and we’ll devour it as well.
Saturday July 1:
The Frontier: Conquests and Re-conquests
The group will visit the beautiful town of Vejer de la Fronteraa Spanish hilltop town and on the right bank of the river Barbate. We’ll go to the Baelo Claudia –a two thousand old Roman town in the Gibraltar Straight. In the evening will head to Malaga and we’ll spend the night there.
Sunday July 2:
A city tour around this legendary city with its beautiful plazas, Roman ruins, Arab relics and Catholic churches. We’ll have lunch by the beach and go out at night.
Monday July 3:
After a traditional breakfast, the group will visit the Picasso Museum and walk around this beautiful city.
The program officially ends at noon.
$2,799 / person in shared double room
$3,499 / person in single individual room
Includes taxes, all meals, hotels, guided tours, and transportation except for the airplane ticket to Spain and transportation from Malaga to Madrid.
A $100 nonrefundable secure deposit must be paid first to RSVP. You can make partial payments. A final payment must be paid by June 1, 2017.
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