Would you like to go on the holiday of a lifetime in Spain? Do you want the opportunity to discover a fascinating culture and learn Spanish whilst making new friends and enjoying fun activities? If that's the case, our Spanish and Leisure Summer Camp has just what you are looking for.
This course has been designed specifically for young adults who are looking for fun, culture and are interested in learning the Spanish language rather than spending summer practising a specific sport; If you are aged between 13 and 18 years old, and want to participate in the experience of a lifetime, do not hesitate to join us! Learn, be amazed and most importantly enjoy a new and unique experience with Leisure and Fun Summer Camp.
Learn all about Spanish culture and traditions
Make new friends from all over the world
Enjoy excursions to places along the Mediterranean coast
20 hours a week of Spanish and 12 hours a week of leisure activities
Have heaps of fun whilst learning a language
Learning the language and culture of Spain is the main focus of our programme. You will be able to learn and greatly improve your competence in Spanish in the classroom 4 hours a day, Monday to Friday.
The lessons take place in small groups, which promote a dynamic and enjoyable environment that can be adapted to your level.
The Spanish lessons are taught by our native teachers, they are specialists in teaching Spanish as a foreign language.
ISC will be in charge of the teaching and will provide the certification of your learning achievements.
Games in the swimming pool
At ISC Spain, you get the chance to explore the city’s most famous spots and monuments with a tour that begins upon your arrival at Altet Airport - an airport which sees 4.5 million international tourists walk in and out of departures each year.
You get to visit places such as the iconic 'Casco Antiguo', the 'Paseo Maritimo', the 'Plaza de los Luceros', the 'Ayuntamiento' and the 'Explanada de Alicante' whilst being accompanied by guides and monitors – it’s an unforgettable experience!
Are you a fan of watersports? If so, then you are in luck, because here at ISC Spain, our Spanish + Leisure Camp course includes one day a week of windsurfing, sailing, surfing and kayaking courses, perfect for beginning or perfecting your skills alongside great people - boys and girls who are the same age as you and who are just as eager as you to have a good time! Well, what are you waiting for?!
Would you like to visit the University of Alicante? As part of the ISC Spain programme, you will have the chance to go on a tour of the magnificent university campus, which spans over 500,000 square metres and is full of gardens, orchards, culture and plenty of academic wisdom.
In this tour, you get to explore its huge library, its sports hall and facilities, as well as many other areas of interest – A whole new world of education and fun awaits you on our university tour!
To truly understand Spanish culture, you have to look beyond guide books and the tourist hotspots, with visits to places like Guadalest, a town which can be found in the heart of the 'Marina Baixa' and that was named as an official Spanish national heritage site in 1974.
A visit to this beautiful coastal town is a perfect opportunity to find out about Valencian customs and traditions whilst learning about historical buldings such as the San Jose castle which is a staggering 500 metres tall - It is a unique adventure which is sure to impress!
Almost a thousand years of history weighs on the shoulders of one of the most captivating medieval castles in Europe - the Santa Barbara Castle, a must-see for ISC Spain students. You’ll get to climb its battlements and visit its main points of interest: The 'Salon Felipe II' hall, the 'Cuerpo de Guardia', the 'Patio de Armas' and the 'Baluarte de la Reina'.
Iberians, Romans, Arabics and Christians are just some of the many civilizations that have left their mark on this fortress, situated on the Benacantil mountain, looking out over the Mediterranean Sea.
It is a unique experience that is perfect for young adults wanting to learn more about medieval history.
Alicante is home to some amazing beaches.
Year after year, they receive the Blue Flag award by the European Union, which has earned them well-deserved international recognition; San Juan beach, the Cabo de la Huerta coves, the Almadraba beach and more!
Come and see just why Alicante beaches are deservedly famous throughout Europe.
Our visit to the beach is always an exciting event, with sandy fun for all!
All along the beachfront, there are countless different kinds of restaurants and beach bars and you get to spend a brilliant day of sunbathing, resting and relaxing by the sea with a few beach games thrown in there too!
Tabarca is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean, and the only inhabited island in the Valencian region, located just south of Alicante. In fact, it’s more than just an island - it’s a small archipelago that is comprised of the islets of La Cantera, La Galera and La Nao as well as the isle of Tabarca itself.
In times past, its shores were a refuge for Berber pirates, and in the 18th century, King Carlos III ordered the island to be fortified and a town to be built, which would serve as a home to several families of Genoese fishermen who were being held prisoner in the Tunisian city of Tabarka.
The walls surrounding the town have been officially declared a Historical and Artistic Site and an Asset of Cultural Interest.
Visit to San Vicente del raspeig:
Discover San Vicente del Raspeig!
With its sunny climate and friendly atmosphere, San Vicente is the ideal destination to host our ISC Summer camp. We will visit the Lo Torrent Park which is one of the most important parks in the province of Alicante, with around 65.000 square metres of extension. Or the church of San Vicente Ferrer, built in 1803, in Neoclassical style, located in the Plaza de España.
You can also discover a little more about the customs and festivities that are celebrated here by visiting the famous Hogueras that we will find as we stroll through the streets of San Vicente.
And we'll finish by visiting the Masiá, the best ice cream parlour in Spain where you can try their ice creams and see if they really are that good!
Today, flamenco is recognised as a Masterpiece of Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO and is one of the most iconic expressions of Spanish culture.
Flamenco is danced to Spanish music and the Flamenco dancing typical of Romani people is known as Gitano.
Flamenco dancing is characterised by its colourful costumes, intense and erotic movements, feet stamping (zapateado), and hand clapping (palmada); its execution is brilliant, noisy, and passionate.
Learn how to dance flamenco with rhythm lessons whilst learning the history of flamenco and witnessing a live show performed by professional dancers.
Nature, adventure and heaps of adrenaline all combine for one of the most popular activities that we have at ISC - an opportunity to experience emotion and adrenaline in the purest of forms.
Zip lines, boat trips, archery, obstacle courses, rock climbing walls and much more awaits you in Alicante, a setting which will amaze and entice you from the moment you set foot in it - It's safe to say that our summer camp is full of adventure!
This summer camp package takes place in Alicante, Spain; With an average of 300 sunny days a year, and an average temperature of 18 degrees, this coastal city is one of the most desired Mediterranean tourist destinations.
Campers fly into 'El Altet' airport just outside of Alicante, which annually opens its doors to over 4.5 million tourists.
All of our students will be staying at ISC Campus next to the University of Alicante and just a few steps away from where they will have their Spanish lessons. Students will spend a major part of the time during their stay there, that's why its facilities and amenities are of great interest to us.
The campus' facilities and rooms provide all the homely comforts and luxuries eager campers will need - television, free WiFi, a telephone and air conditioning as well as a fully equipped kitchen, with a microwave, a sink etc. Here at ISC Spain we take care of all the little details, so that each and every one of our students can feel at home.
In addition to getting the chance to partake in several different leisure activities and learning one of the most valuable languages in the world, campers will be able to enjoy a wide range of cultural activities.
Several evening activities are organised every week, ensuring that campers are never bored; Likewise, during their week-long stay in Alicante, campers will be able to partake in various cultural and leisure activities such as visiting the castle of Alicante, walking around the fishing town of Campello, visiting the MARQ museum in Alicante, karaoke nights and bowling, as well as trying typical Spanish cuisine and much more.
Spanish people are fun, extroverted and have a very cheerful demeanour - Spanish culture and society will definitely surprise eager campers; What better way to discover the culture than immersing yourself in it whilst learning an amazing language!
Egypt, Greece and Rome to name just a few. Ancient civilizations is the theme for the rides at -Terra Mitica- an amusement park in Alicante where campers can have fun and learn about ancient history at the same time. That's not the end of the fun and games, though! Campers also get a trip to the seaside with ISC. It's a time for relaxation, enjoying the lovely Alicante weather and beach games. Football, volleyball and swimming are all on the menu to ensure the campers won't go hungry at the beach!
Since opening in 1985, Aqualandia has become one of the greatest attractions in Alicante for young tourists; Campers will visit and enjoy all of its facilities and attractions such as slides, pools and more in a controlled environment under the watchful eyes of ISC monitors, guaranteeing their safety at all times.
ISC staff will be waiting at the airport for the students and will take them to the ISC Campus.
If a student requires an individual transfer from the airport (e.g. if they take a different flight or if they are travelling on their own), they will also be picked up by an ISC group leader.
Our monitors make the trips to and from the airport to pick up the students in our private vans and buses or we use experienced transport companies that we are in partnership with. From the arrival at Alicante airport, students do not have to worry about anything apart from learning and enjoying their stay, we deal with everything else.
Upon their arrival at the airport, all students will be constantly supervised and monitored by our group leaders! Our staff to students ratio is 1 instructor for every 10 students and they will be responsible for accompanying students throughout all their daily activities, they will make sure they are OK and will be on hand to help when they have any questions or doubts.