Spanish Courses for Seniors in Cadiz (50+)
Much more than just a vacation
Spanish for Seniors (50+)
Contrary to what is commonly accepted, it is never too late to learn a new language and thoroughly enjoy the experience. This two-week course offers the right pace and great cultural activities to help improve your skills all while broadening your horizons. We have created a motivating course, combining classroom lessons with a rich integrated cultural programme that varies depending on the season. Try our Spanish courses for seniors in Cadiz!
6 to 8 students per class
Elementary to upper intermediate (A1-B2)
20 lessons of 50 min each per week + special cultural and leisure programme
Minimum age 50 plus
Course duration 2 weeks
Starting Dates and Topics
Art and History
21st of May
24th of September
Immerse yourself into the art and history of southern Spain
Gastronomy and Wine tasting
4th of June
15th of October
Enjoy the taste and variety of Spanish wines and tapas
A special social and cultural programme designed to deliver long-lasting and unique first-hand experiences
Get to know the city on your first day!
Learn to prepare our most famous dishes
Enjoy the sunsets on the Atlantic Coast!
Delicious wines made in Spain
Discover the beauty of the main cities of Andalusia!
Feel the passion of the most popular dance in Spain
Choose your accommodation according to your taste and budget
Feel like part of a Spanish family! Learn about Spanish traditions and daily life, enjoy typical food, and lots more – all while you’re practicing your Spanish. This option offers you a single room with breakfast or half board as well as an amazing time enjoying the Spanish way of life firsthand.
Bed Linen and Towels Provided
What our students say
The best language school to learn Spanish at. The friendly staff and excellent teachers will make your stay enjoyable and there are all different types of accommodation to meet your needs. The cultural programme has a wide variety of activities to keep you busy and entertained all the time. It’s my third year and I’m already planning for the next one. To sum it up, an ideal place to learn, meet people and have fun!Theo de Jongste
If it’s International House, it’s good, and if that is in Seville, twice as good! Why? Because the quality of its teachers and methodology. The proposed cultural activities that contribute to the knowledge of cultural aspects complement and complete the purely linguistic learning. The location contributes a lot, because there are many things to do in and near the city. It’s my fifth year coming and I hope there will be many more to come. Thanks CLIC, I miss you already.Janet Bell
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Dates and Prices
Spanish for Seniors
So, you’re ready to embark upon a Spanish course for Seniors? Well, one last question still remains; where should you go? Is Cadiz a good option for your Spanish course? The following facts may help you to decide if Cadiz is the destination for your course in Spain.
You fancy a destination that is off the beaten track
If you are someone who prefers smaller cities and tends to avoid the tourist-filled cities, Cadiz could be the place for you. The Cádiz peninsula has no more than 150.000 inhabitants and has largely been protected from the big tourist boom, which has made it exceptionally authentic. Do not expect people to speak to you in English or to see menus in English in restaurants. Cadiz has a different rhythm and its people are more attracted to peaceful living than to big business.
You like to avoid crowded urban beaches
You would rather take a walk up and down the dunes than chase a sunbed with umbrella to rent. On the outskirts of the city, only a 10 minute bus ride from the busy city centre, Cadiz offers a 3-W beach: wild, wide, and white! No beach bars, no signs, just some kites in the sky. Just don’t forget to bring some food and water with you.
The light and the air of Cadiz reminds you that you are closer to Africa than to Madrid
The first impression of Cadiz comes with its light, the dazzling light of the South of the South, as we like to call it when we refer to Cadiz. The colours and the smells of the city constantly remind you that once you are in Cadiz, you are closer to Morocco than to Madrid or even to Malaga.
History is present at every corner of Cadiz
Few people know, but Cadiz is one of the oldest cities of Europe; yes, it was inhabited by the Phoenicians and has gone through several periods of history. Throughout its more than 3000 year old history, Cadiz has also gone through times of glory such as in the 18th century, when it was Spain’s main harbor and gateway to America. It was also the setting for the declaration of the first Constitution in Spain, in 1812, the city breathed the sweet air of liberty before any other place in Spain.
How is the Spanish 50+ course in Cadiz?
Our Spanish 50+ formula is similar to our Spanish courses for Seniors in Seville and in Malaga. The teachers have adapted the content and the activities in the classroom to more mature students. What really differs from the norm is the scenery and the activities attached to the course. The cultural programme, which is a key component of the course, includes social activities such as guided walks or meals with the teacher as well as a series other highlights that reflect the richness and character of Cadiz.
What highlights can mature students enjoy that reflect Cadiz’s character?
The highlights in Cadiz include gastronomy and wine (especially seafood), but also art and history.