ANYONE wanting to learn Spanish in a traditional Andalucian setting should look no further than La Janda language school.
In the heart of the classic white pueblo of Vejer de la Frontera, students are offered a learning experience that combines state of the art
technology with a culture that has been centuries in the making.
Set in an 18th century mansion right at the heart of Vejer’s historical quarter, Spanish is taught to advanced level by experienced, motivated staff.
Modern computer technology, including WiFi, is always available but learning is not confined to the classroom.
Students are encouraged to interact with the culture through organised visits to nearby Tarifa and Cadiz, as well as Sevilla and even to
the Moroccan city of Tangiers.
Sporting opportunities are certainly not in short supply either with a range of activities offered from kite-surfing and diving to hiking in the spectacular nature reserves.
A beach is never far away if you simply want to relax and enjoy the sunshine.
With an average class size of five students, La Janda offers personalised teaching both in and out of the classroom.
La Janda ensures students have the best experience possible with teaching that goes that little bit further.
Visit www.lajanda.org for more information.
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