The coastal city of Mataro Spain is a thriving town, with its origins dating back to Roman times. It is located in the province of Barcelona, and was actually the starting point for the marathon events in the 1992 Summer Olympics. Students taking Spanish courses in Mataro will likely...
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The coastal city of Mataro Spain is a thriving town, with its origins dating back to Roman times. It is located in the province of Barcelona, and was actually the starting point for the marathon events in the 1992 Summer Olympics. Students taking Spanish courses in Mataro will likely spend a good deal of time at the shore. For the active sort, there are opportunities for fishing, wind-surfing, and sailing. The marina is a busy home base to both fishing boats and pleasure crafts. Mataro is also a great spot for scuba diving excursions. Students will enjoy strolling along the beaches, visiting the shops, and sampling any of the numerous restaurants in the area. The first railway ever built in Spain linked Mataro with Barcelona, and was constructed in 1848. Previously known for its vineyards, Mataro still contributes some agricultural exports, primarily potatoes, lettuce and peas. Students will also enjoy observing and participating in many of the events celebrated annually in Mataro. In May of each year, the Mercat de Sant Ponc fair is celebrated. It originated in the 16th century when herbalists took medicine to the sick, and it is celebrated today to maintain and promote the remembrance of these antique customs. At the fair there are handcrafted products made by local artisans for sale, including honey, jams, cheese, and more. Students will enjoy soaking in the local culture and participating in the various cultural celebrations. Students attending Spanish school in Mataro can expect to experience a mild coastal climate. Whether participating in water sports, enjoying a local festival, or enjoying an opera performed at the Teatre Monumental, students will enjoy all this beautiful port city has to offer.
With a focus on fluency, the GENERAL COURSE will allow you to improve your Spanish giving you a practical understanding of the language and how to use it. You will focus on the 4 skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Our all-inclusive program is designed for learners who want it all.
-Lodging (private or shared, if you a friend or family member is joining you)
-20 Hours of Class per Week (80 per Month)
-1 Field Trip per Month
-Travel and Liability Insurance
-Assistance When You Need It (just call on us)
*NOTE: You don't need to purchase insurance here at Language International.
2 hours of grammar and vocabulary, 1 hour of conversation & 2 more hours of cultural workshops in which students will reinforce the 4 language skills with cultural topics, creating a total immersion of our language and our culture.
Program D / One - on - One (5 hours per day, private lessons)
Students may choose the amount of days or hours and make their schedule. (Monday thru Friday from 7am to 9pm and Saturdays from 8am to 2pm).