Cadiz, the oldest city in Spain, was founded by the Phoenicians more than 3000 years ago. Today it’s a welcoming, modern city with excellent communications. You can learn Spanish while enjoying a fantastic climate, some great beaches and an interesting calendar of cultural events. Cadiz has 10kms of white sandy beaches, where you can practise a variety of water sports (sailing, surfing, windsurfing, etc.) or just soak up the sun.
The best way to get to know Cadiz is to walk through its squares and tiny, narrow, streets, watch the sunset over the Caleta or stop and have a chat with a local. People from Cadiz are known as Gaditanos and are famous for being friendly to visitors. If you’re lucky enough to be in Cadiz during Carnival, Easter or the “regattas” you’ll appreciate the easy going people, the great food and the amazing quality of the sunlight. For all of these reasons and many more, Cadiz is the perfect place to come and study Spanish in one of our schools. Cadiz is the ideal city for getting to know Andalusia and its way of life.
The Province of Cadiz is famous for its white sandy beaches, its mountainous scenery and the white, hill-top, villages. It has an almost tropical climate, with an average of 22ºC, allowing you to enjoy its natural beauty the whole year round. Without masses of tourists and thanks to the hospitality of its people, the Province of Cadiz offers great experiences to everyone who visits.
In the Province of Cadiz, the sea, sand, mountains, sun, climate and the wind make it possible to practise a wide variety of sports and activities. Water and mountain sports, sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, wind surfing, hiking, etc. You shouldn’t miss visiting a white village in the mountains like Vejer de la Frontera or Grazalema. Or you can follow a wine tasting trail from the port of Santa Maria to Jerez de la Frontera. The fantastic cooking, the fairs, the religious festivals and other cultural events round out the great variety of activities that Cadiz has to offer.