An excellent choice for parents who think to send a child to study abroad. We chose Spain (although we learned English), because we wanted to give the child an opportunity to spend relaxing and interesting summer holidays near the sea.
By the way, English courses and Spanish courses are divided only for the time of classes - the rest of the time children spend together. I have no idea how they understood each other, but my daughter said that everything was ok, they could communicate with no problems! Well, it’s always easier for small children, I think.
Indeed, as expected, the camp is no longer about studying, but about rest. Every day there are games on the air (and sometimes classes were held on the grass), a lot of excursions, sports and relay races, all kinds of evening entertainment — also at the local “amphitheater”, often drove to the coast. In general, it's an amazing camp with a lot of foreign students. It is always interesting to talk with peers from other countries and the language can be improved.
The price seemed to us quite affordable, especially if we compare it with the prices for accommodation in Spain during the season just for rest (the hotels are the same, for example). That is, along with - accommodation and meals (very high quality, by the way), English lessons and a lot of entertainment + excursions.