We no longer offer individual courses, but we do cater for groups -
Take a look at Spanish for Groups in Spain for more information
Learn Spanish in Spain at Trinity School in Cadiz, Andalusia (in the south of Spain)
We offer Spanish Classes for you to Learn at all levels, on the southern coast of Spain known as the Costa de la Luz. Cadiz is a great place to Learn. It is situated near Seville , a major Spanish city. The nearest airports are Jerez de la Frontera, Seville and Malaga. Learning Spanish here is a relaxing experience. Our language School is on the southern coast, with the sunny beaches only a short walk away.
The Spanish language School in the south of Spain offers several Classes for all levels. We offer the Spanish Language Program, the General Business Spanish Program and the Travel and Tourism Spanish Program.
Trinity School is an accredited Instituto Cervantes language school and it also has the CEELE title. This is the maximum guarantee a school can offer its students. Our offer includes General Spanish courses, Intensive Spanish courses, Super Intensive Spanish courses and we also prepare our students for the Instituto Cervantes DELE exams. There are Spanish language groups at all levels during all the year. Beside from the Spanish courses we also offer our students the possibility to learn Flamenco in a professional dance school, also Sevillanas and Salsa. There are also courses of Spanish Guitar.
El Puerto de Santa María is a picturesque and lively Spanish city situated in the province of Cadiz in the south west of Andalusia, 20 minutes across the bay from Cádiz. There are 22 kms. of Atlantic coastline around the city, with 15 Km of beaches of fine golden sand. The province of Cadiz is part of the coastline known as Costa de la Luz because of the unusually clear and intense quality of the light, 3100 hours per year.
The school is located in the commercial heart of the city, 2 minutes from the famous bullring. The city of El Puerto de Santa Maria has an important number of historic buildings including the Castle where Christopher Columbus stayed while planning his famous voyage to discover the “ New World”, a palm lined park, a maze of narrow bustling streets, a lively central market and a busy shopping and commercial area.