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            Summer courses

  Longtime and intensive courses

                            

                     

                                                                                                                                              

     Language courses

 

 

 

         

We offer long time- and intensive courses all year round. 

       Special summer courses are organized in 

 

       June, July, August and September

   

                                                                               

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               How to get there:

Torrevieja is just 40 km south of Alicante airport and 30 km north of the Murcia-San Javier airport. 

There are always charter and regular flights from many UK and Irish cities offered by companies like Ryanair, EasyJet, ThomsonFly, Hapag LLoyd, BA, Iberia, etc.

Cars can be rented and directly taken over at the airports. We shall be pleased to help you with flight schedules and car reservations.

Bus connections to Torrevieja can be found here.

 

 

Arriving by car:

From the North: Follow the A7-motorway from Barcelona via Valencia to Alicante.   Then take the AP7 direction Cartagena, exit Torrevieja North. Or directly from Alicante following the N-332 (green road) along the coast to Torrevieja.

From Madrid: A330-motorway to Alicante, then as described above.

From the South: Murcia, direction Cartagena, then following the AP7 in direction Alicante, leaving at the Torrevieja exit.

 

            

 

Situation and climate:

Torrevieja is situated in the southeast of Spain within the so-called Vega Baja del Rio Segura, at the borderline between the Comunidades Autónomas Murcia and Valencia. Historically, linguistically and cultural-historically Torrevieja belongs to Murcia (politically to Valencia) and is thus, looking from the french border to the south, the first town at the Mediterranean coast, where exclusively castellano, the Spanish standard language is spoken (in comparison to catalán and valenciano further north). 

The Costa Blanca climate is ideal in every season of the year. The coastal region is separated from Central Spain by the Betic Mountains and is therefore the most arid  region on the Iberian Peninsula. The entire landscape and vegetation has already African characteristics. This means for you as a visitor: absolute sunshine guarantee, water temperatures of 28 degrees in summer, air temperatures over 30 degrees, even in winter 16 to 18 degrees.

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