Total immersion in Spanish for 11-13 and 14-18 years old. Summer camp in Spanish.
Learn Spanish in a different way and making new friends from different countries in the world!
If you are 11-18 year old and need to to learn and improve your Spanish, come to Spain and spend your Summer with ‘Vive la Ñ’, International Summer Camp where children of different nationalities live an unforgettable experience with Spanish children.
In ‘Vive la Ñ’ International Summer Camp, our students stay at a student residence for 15 days. It is located at Muchavista, one of the best Mediterranean beaches (awarded the Blue Flag by the European Community) at 2 km from El Campello, 12 km from Alicante and 30 km from Benidorm.
During your staying at our summer camp you will live a complete immersion in the Spanish traditions and way of living as well as enjoying a lot of fun with sport activities, beach and sun, cultural visits; open-air cinema, excursions, leisure and evening game parties. ALWAYS ACCOMPANIED BY YOUR SPANISH FRIEND.
What is Vive la Ñ?
An innovative project in the environment of the Spanish language teaching, with no traditional classes. Our way of working consists of interactive learning by using the Spanish language at all times.
Vive la Ñ was created in 2012 by Conchi Valcárcel, English Philologist and Carmen de Jesús, journalist, experts in Education and Culture.
We offer you to gain self-confidence in the practice of Spanish, help to lose your fear to speak and chat openly in Spanish and ‘doing-with-fun’ is always assured. Our students have a constant learning and fluent communication with real life situations.
“We believe in the need of a total inmersión to learn, improve and practice Spanish language. Enjoy the sun and beach, sports, excursions games, workshops, cinema … all day long. To achieve this we rely on the host Spanish children that play an important role in the inmersión process of our foreign students. And we also believe in the cultural exchange among young people from Spain and other countries, the best legacy we can leave”
CEOs: Carmen de Jesús, journalist and Conchi Valcarcel, philologist