Summer Camps in Spain

  • What is Spanish Summer Camp

    Experts agree that the younger you are when you start to learn a language the better. Exposing your child to a new language and people from all over the world can spark an interest that will last a lifetime. Students will learn to interact with each other across language barriers, valuable skills that will prove useful for the rest of their lives.

    Read more about why there is no better time to send your child abroad than now.

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  • Why should you send your child to Summer Camp in Spain?

    don Quijote Summer camps are about learning languages and opening your child’s eyes to the world and different cultures around them. Our monitors will supervise your child 24 hours a day as they maintain a strict schedule that includes language classes, mealtimes, scheduled activities and lights out. Summer camp is also about having fun and making sure that your child leaves with experiences and memories that will last a lifetime.

    Read more about what to expect at summer camp.

  • Afraid of sending your child or teen abroad?

    At don Quijote we understand that sending your child abroad can be very hard for parents. Rest assured that your child will be supervised 24 hours a day during their entire stay by qualified professionals.

    If that is not enough to ease your fears, we have the perfect solution for you. Why not consider coming to Spain with your child? Perhaps you could take a Spanish course too while your child is at camp.

    Read more about coming to Spain with your child.

  • Which city in Spain should I choose?

    Spain is a country with clearly defined regions each boasting its own local customs, culture, history, gastronomy, climate and topography.

    don Quijote operates 9 Spanish summer camps throughout 7 different Spanish cities. Not sure where to send your child to summer camp? Do you prefer big cities, mid-sized cities or small cities? Do you prefer a temperate Mediterranean climate or hot-dry weather? Do you prefer living near the sea or in a student-friendly college town?

    Read a bit about our locations to choose the best Spanish city for your tastes

Spanish summer camp in Spain for kids and teenagers

Rosa Maria

Interview with Rosa María González

don Quijote's Summer Camp Coordinator

Since 2005, Rosa has been in charge of don Quijote’s summer camps. Rosa is responsible for coordinating the teams of teachers, sourcing accommodations and finding the facilities that will offer a perfect summer camp experience for your children. Year after year Rosa works tirelessly to ensure that everyone that comes to stay with us has an unforgettable experience

Find an interview with Rosa here

Our priority, first and foremost, is that your child not only acquires language skills but more importantly a passion for learning languages, meeting people and learning about the world they live in. Your child will be with other campers from all over the world which will foster lifelong friendships, inspire a global vision and increase their curiosity for exploration. In addition to the experience our child will gain for being immersed in an international environment, they will also receive 4 hours of language class a day, 5 days a week.

Your child will be in a well structured and organized environment:

- Our Spanish summer camps have 24 hour supervision
- A structured schedule for classes, mealtime, recreational activities and bedtime.

We want you to have lots of fun!!! Our camps are full of workshops, events, games, activities, sports, excursions and all other types of adventures.

We have designed our summer camps to offer you flexibility

We offer four different Spanish summer camp programs to choose from so that you can choose the best option for your child:

  1. Summer Camp with Residential Stay

    Full time summer camp.
  2. Summer Camp with Home Stay

    Part time summer camp. Your child will have dinner and spend the night with a local Spanish family.
  3. Day Camp

    Part time summer camp, have your child back with you every night.
  4. Junior Special Program

    A specially designed program that offers a higher degree of freedom for our older campers from 14-18 years old.

At don Quijote we offer parents the peace of mind that their child will receive the personal attention that they deserve. Our 20 weekly classes last 45 minutes each and are designed to be compatible with all major academic credit systems. We also plan our classes to be small, with no more than 14 students per class. Our goal is to ensure that each student gets the most out of the international setting to maximize their learning so that they increase their communication and conversational skills.

We guarantee to help you every step of the way. Please contact us if you have any questions, concerns or comments. We will be glad to help you decide which don Quijote Spanish summer camp is best for your child.

Why should you send your child to Summer Camp in Spain?

It has been shown that the younger you are the more receptive you are to learning a new language. Our language summer camps feature a mix of both international and local campers between the ages of 5 and 18 years old.

A short stay abroad can open your child’s eyes to a whole new world and help them take advantage of the opportunities that arise when you speak a second language. At this age it is a great opportunity to expose your child to different cultures, languages, countries and sensations.

Participating in one of our Spanish summer camps is a life changing adventure. To guarantee an experience tailored to your child we offer 9 Spanish summer camps located in 7 different cities throughout Spain.: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, SalamancaMalaga and Marbella (Albergue, Alborán, Alemán).

Afraid of sending your child or teen abroad?

Our summer camps are for students 5-18 years only, but for parents who are hesitant to send their children to a foreign country alone we have the perfect solution: COME TO SPAIN WITH THEM!!!

If you would like to be near your child you may want to consider travelling with them to Spain and spending part of your vacation together. By enrolling your child in the part time summer camp you can have them back with you for dinner every night. 

Depending on what type of experience you are looking for, we have a program that suits your child’s needs and level of participation. We offer: full time summer camp, part time summer camp or just language classes.

The kids don’t have to be the only ones learning a new language. If you come with your child you should consider enrolling in one of our Spanish courses for adults during the day too. It’s never too late to learn Spanish in Spain and with the variety of courses we offer for adults, we’re sure you’ll find one that suits you.

Which city in Spain should I choose?

The answer to this question is different for every person. Spain is a country rich with history, culture and language which makes every region and city unique and interesting in its own way.

For people who want a big city experience, Madrid and Barcelona offer the variety of activities that you can only find in a large metropolitan area. Madrid is located in the center of Spain with easy access to entire peninsula. There are also great museums, and a beautiful old city. Barcelona is ideally located on the Mediterranean Sea. This modern city offers a wealth of cultural and architectural landmarks enveloped in a cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Valencia and Malaga are relatively large cities, but between them offer very different experiences. Valencia is the third largest city in Spain located south of Barcelona along the Mediterranean. This modern city along with long beaches features excellent regional cuisine and some of the most famous Spanish festivals. Malaga are both located in the southern part of Spain where the climate is hot and dry. Architecture, culture and local gastronomy differentiate these two southern cities but both reflect the Arab influence from another time.

Marbella (Albergue, Alborán and Alemán) and Salamanca are excellent choices for those who prefer relaxation and the ease of a small city. Salamanca is a college town known as the “golden city” due to the color of the sandstone used in the construction its buildings. Landmarks in the old town such as the town square, cathedral and historic university have all contributed to it becoming a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988. Marbella is popular tourist destination due to its privileged location along the “Costa del Sol”. Celebrities and European high society alike come here to enjoy the numerous golf courses, beaches and exquisite Mediterranean living.

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