"Every day after classes we had something to do: kayaking, city tours, dance classes ... It helped me a lot to make new friends in addition to my classmates and, of course, to practice spanish out of school".
Ethan Morris, El Aula Azul student (Summer 2015)

For every taste

We try to make our activities very varied so that all of our students feel motivated to participate.

Always accompanied

All our activities are organized by our own teachers from school or monitors super motivated. You will have no choice but to speak in Spanish!


During the summer we organize activities Monday to Thursday, usually in the afternoon. During the winter you can join our language exchange afternoons once a week and any other activity that arises. We are always ready to organize activities if our students ask us!

Totally free

You will not have to pay anything for doing the activities. If one day we are going to eat something or go into a museum, you only need to pay what it costs.

Also with natives

We often invite local friends to participate in the activities. Isn't it the best way listen and practice real Spanish? In addition, they will tell you very interesting things about San Sebastián.

Ideas accepted

We are always open to new suggestions for activities. If you want any specific activity during your course, tell us about it and we will start it, if possible!

And if you still want more ...

"Premium" activities

If these activities are not enough for you or you are thinking of coming in winter and you want to make sure that you will have activities every day, we also offer "premium" activities that you can hire once you are here: excursions around the region, pintxo workshops ... Do not hesitate to ask us for more information about these activities.

Combined courses

You can also enroll in a combined course where, in addition to your Spanish course, you can choose between surfing, horse riding and music classes at a very competitive price.
More information about the combined courses in "Spanish courses".

What our students say?