In May 2012 nineteen students from the German public boarding school (PFORTA) spent a one-week language holiday in the Academia Andaluza in Conil. It was an unforgettable experience for students and teachers.
Read some of their testimonials.
We spent the week from 19th to 26th of May 2012 in Conil de la Frontera in southern Spain. This was a language trip, so we had four hours of tuition in the Academia Andaluza per day. The course turned out to be very different from our everyday learning … -> read more
Academia Andaluza 19th to 26th May 2012 The week in Conil de la Frontera at the Academia Andaluza was something I will remember for a long time, because it was a positive experience throughout. … -> read more
I really enjoyed the week in the Academia Andaluza. It was fantastic! It was a mix of different activities, so it was really a bit of everything: a tour around the town including the food market, beach volleyball in bright sunshine and … -> read more
I think our week in Spain was both educational and eventful. In the language course at the Academia Andaluza we improved our basic knowledge and gained new insights into the Spanish language. Our teacher Jesús … -> read more
From Berlin to Malaga to Conil and back again. One week Spain: five days language training, excursions to Cádiz and Seville, accommodation, food, travel and school – incredible! On a scale of 1 – 10 I‘d give it … -> read more
Before or our trip to Conil I had never taken part in a language course and therefore was anxiously looking forward to this week. Upon arrival I was already impressed by the roof terrace of our apartment with very nice sea views … -> read more
I attended a Spanish course with my class at the Academia Andaluza in Conil. I liked it very much, because the classes were informative and fun and the excursions were interesting. After class we were … -> read more
My first language course I had never attended a language course or participated in such a programme before, because I wasn’t quite sure what exactly I would be able to take away from it. Until I took… -> read more