Learn Spanish on the Camino- Aprende inglés en el Camino - GRUPO 3 - in charming accommodations

Practice your English or Spanish in a unique environment: the Way of Saint James. Over 50 hours of language learning

1075.00 €

 

First-class accommodation, groups of 4-8 people, for customers that are looking for a tailor-made service.

Customized service: although a couple of departures will be scheduled, the rest will be tailored to customer requirements.

Minimum level of Engish is not required


The price includes:
- 6 nights in charming hotels, boutique guesthouses, Pazos, and Boutique Hotel in Santiago on half-board basis.
- Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel with no limits.
- Qualified teacher
- Over 50 hours of language learning
- Travel insurance
- Credencial (Pilgrim's passport)


The price does not include:
- Lunches
- Transfer to Sarria
- Transfer from Santiago
- Single room supplement: € 350

PRICE PER PERSON BASED ON DOUBLE ROOM

 


DAY-TO-DAY ITINERARY



1st day: ARRIVAL IN SARRIA.
?First class in the evening, getting to know your teacher and meeting the other participants. Then fill in your Pilgrim’s passport and get ready to start the Camino.
?Group dinner to sample the local food and exchange experiences in the language you are learning.

2nd day: SARRIA - PORTOMARIN (23 Km - 6h - difficulty 1/3)
?Group breakfast before starting today’s stage.
Expect a peaceful walk in shady oak woods through pretty villages on quiet country roads. The village of Barbadelo (580m) has a beautiful Romanesque church that is worth a visit.
?During today's walk, you will have the opportunity to talk to your teacher and the other students in the group about current affairs, explaining your reasons for doing the Camino. The teacher will provide the group with cultural and historical information about the places to be visited, as well as encouraging you to talk to other pilgrims and thus practice your English or Spanish throughout the day.
?Group class in the afternoon to correct any mistakes detected by the teacher during the morning sessions, and to work on reading comprehension, grammar issues and writing.
?Group dinner to sample the local food and exchange experiences in the language you are learning.

3rd day: PORTOMARIN - PALAS DE REI (25.6 Km - 6h - difficulty 2/3)
?Group breakfast before starting today’s stage.
This stage runs mainly along “andaderos” (paths), next to the road, or in some cases along paved trails. There are many signs indicating that we are on a pilgrim route, including the famous "cruceiros" (crucifixes).
?During today's walk, you will have the opportunity to talk to your teacher and the other students in the group about current affairs, explaining your reasons for doing the Camino. The teacher will provide the group with cultural and historical information about the places to be visited, as well as encouraging you to talk to other pilgrims and thus practicing your English or Spanish throughout the day.
?Group class in the afternoon to correct any mistakes detected by the teacher during the morning sessions, and to work on reading comprehension, grammar issues and writing.
?Group dinner to sample the local food and exchange experiences in the language you are learning.

4th day: PALAS DE REI - ARZUA (29.5 Km - 6h - difficulty 2/3)
?Group breakfast before starting today’s stage.
On this stage, you will move into the province of Corunna, where you will find expanses of eucalyptus and pine trees and numerous medieval bridges, such as those in Leboreiro and Furelos. Melide, which is famous for its octopus, is an obligatory stop for pilgrims and lovers of good food.
?During today's walk, you will have the opportunity to talk to your teacher and the other students in the group about current affairs, explaining your reasons for doing the Camino. The teacher will provide the group with cultural and historical information about the places to be visited, as well as encouraging you to talk to other pilgrims and thus practice your English or Spanish throughout the day.
?Group class in the afternoon to correct any mistakes detected by the teacher during the morning sessions, and to work on reading comprehension, grammar issues and writing.
?Group dinner to sample the local food and exchange experiences in the language you are learning.

5th day: ARZUA - RUA (18.5 Km -5h - difficulty 1/3)
?Group breakfast before starting today's stage.
Today’s route is a nice and easy walk over gentle slopes and through woodland, alternating with stretches near the road, which we will have to cross on occasions, before ending in Pedrouzo.
?During today's walk, you will have the opportunity to talk to your teacher and the other students in the group about current affairs, explaining your reasons for doing the Camino. The teacher will provide the group with cultural and historical information about the places to be visited, as well as encouraging you to talk to other pilgrims and thus practice your English or Spanish throughout the day.
? Today’s stage, which is a long one, is perfect for speaking even more English or Spanish.
?Group dinner to sample the local food and exchange experiences in the language you are learning.


6th day: RUA - SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (18.5 + 4 m - 4h30 - difficulty 1/3)
?Group breakfast before starting today's stage.
The last stage on your Camino de Santiago. The proximity of your goal will bring mixed feelings. On one hand, you will be eager to reach the desired end of the journey, yet on the downside, the feeling that comes to every pilgrim is that the journey is over. A stage of anxiety and joy, where distance does not matter, because you are “already there”. The route today is flat, except for the climb to San Marcos.
?During today's walk, you will once again have the opportunity to talk to your teacher and the other students in the group about current affairs, explaining your reasons for doing the Camino. The teacher will provide the group with cultural and historical information about the places to be visited, as well as encouraging you to talk to other pilgrims and thus practice your English or Spanish throughout the day.
Run to exchange your Pilgrim’s passport and enjoy the fantastic feeling of having reached your goal.
?Farewell dinner at which you will be able to savour the local food for the last time whilst you continue to learn English or Spanish.

7th day: SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
?After the group breakfast, you will have your last class with your fellow pilgrims to sum up your language learning experience during the Camino.
End of our services.
 

 



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