International Junior Summer Spanish Language Camp in Valencia, Spain.


Valencia International Junior Summer Spanish Language Camp
15 to 18 years old



Valencia is Spain's third largest city and has experienced a cultural renaissance in recent years. Located on the Mediterranean coast, it's a medium-sized metropolis of about 800,000 with pristine beaches, extensive promenades, fascinating architecture and a mild, sunny climate. Valencia is a great location for a summer campÉ students can visit the beach at least twice a week!

Age Groups:

Group 1: from 13 to 15 years old.
Group 2: from 16 to 18 years old.

Spanish Language Courses Facilities: The Valencia summer camp is located in a terrific building, the same as our Spanish Language school, in the center of the campus of the University of Valencia. You will find a lively student atmosphere, surrounded by sports facilities, within easy reach of the city center and just a few minutes walk from the beach! The school is equipped with a room for Internet, music, TV, games and meetings, as well as a laundry room.


Capacity: 150 students.

Accommodations: The residence hall is composed of double rooms, each with a full bathroom. The residences also have internet access and air conditioning/heating.

In addition to the Residential Stay in the Camp, we also offer a Day Camp and a Home Stay programs.
  • Is your family going to be in Spain for the summer? If so, the Day Camp may be a right choice for you and your children. This option is designed so campers can attend all camp activities during the day and return to their families at night. Day Camp students take part in all the same classes, sports, workshops, excursions, etc. with residential students from about 9.15 AM to 8.00 PM, but they will stay with their families at night and on the weekends. Lunch and snack are included. Transportation to and from the Camp is optional.

  • Students 14 years old and up can choose to become a part of a Spanish host family. From 9:15 AM to 8:00 PM they also participate in all camp activities and return to their host families every night. This program does not include weekends at the Camp. Instead, the students spend this time with their host families.

Learn more about Valencia.


The province of Valencia is the largest of the three which go to make up the Valencian community. It is situated in the centre of the spanish Mediterranean coastline. It overlooks the spacious Gulf of Valencia and is skirted at the back by a group of medium-high mountains and rolling plains leading to the lands of Aragon and Castile-La Mancha. It is opposite the Balearic islands and equidistant from the country's two major decision-taking centres: Madrid and Barcelona. Valencia is identified with the Mediterranean Sea because the culture deriving from the old Mare Nostrum is manifest in its patterns of social behaviour.
 
Plaza del Ayuntamiento
Plaza del Ayuntamiento
It is the administrative capital of the Valencian community and the centre of the reagion of L'Horta. It is the most densely populated town in the Valencian community as it is encircled by a wide belt of medium-sezed municipal districts which form an unbroken built-up area with an average density of 1,600 inhabitants per square kilometre. Sightseeing around the city begins in the old quarter. Until the mid-nineteenth century, it was defended by a wall, the inner route of the number five bus. Still standing as proof are the graceful Torres de Serranos, the spacious Torres de Quart and some remains of the apron wall in the basement of the Valencia institute of Modern Arts. The most outstanding artistic heritage is to be found in the districts of Seu and Xerea, where the marks left by thr Romans lie hidden beneath Arab ruins and modern churches and palaces.
 
The Mercat district took shape around the commercial life of the city's inhabitants. Accordingly, its two most emblematic buildings are used for trading purposes. The Gothic building of La Lonja, declared by UNESCO as a heritage of humanity, features a beautiful columned room where the old tables on which trading transactions were finalised are still in use today. Outside the destroyed wall grew the Valencia of the bourgeoisie, with its wide pavements, broad landscaped thoroughfares and countless instances of modernist architecture. On the other side of the Turia's old riverbed lie the nursery gardens, along with the Fine Arts Museum and the ultramodern part of the city which, on account of its size, serves as a nexus between the coastal townships and the old quarter. The futuristic face of the city is mirrored on the old riverbed through the Gulliver Children's park and the leisure and culture complex., Ciutat de les Arts i de les Ciencies. Life in the city spreads down to the seafront with the harbour are and the beaches of Las Arenas and La Malvarrosa.
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