Minimum Age - 14-17
Hours/Week - 15
Maximum Class Size - 12
Course Length (weeks) - 1 - 7
Course Level - A2 to C2
English + Surfing
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English + Activities
Ages 14 - 17
Have you had enough of staying at home? Are you and your family keen to travel? If the UK is a little too far to send your children this summer, why not take advantage of our exciting new ‘English in France’ international summer camp for children?
Run in partnership with our fellow IALC member, France Langue (established 1978, member of Qualité FLE) these great programmes combine English language courses with exciting activities in this stunning location in Biarritz.
We have a residential option, but If you’d like to explore this beautiful area too, why not combine a family holiday with our summer camp? We’ll take care of your children while you can relax on the beach, enjoy the local culture and sample some French cuisine.
Our English language students will be sharing the international camps with other language learners. Students study in separate language classes then come together for sports & activities which are conducted in English & French.
One of Europe’s most beautiful and stylish cities, Biarritz embraces three cultures (French, Basque and Spanish). With 6 km of natural beaches ranging from the imposing Grand Plage to the picturesque Vieux Port and the wonders of its museums and churches, Biarritz is known as the pearl of the Basque coast.
Its beautiful landscape inspired Game of Thrones, and close to the city you can enjoy the cool green spaces of the Pignada Forest, the stunning landscape of les Crêtes d’Iparla, the waterfalls in the Gorges de Kakuetta and take the train to the top of La Rhune, the highest point in the Basque country.
Nearby you can visit Anglet for its incredible spas and beautiful sandy beach, and Bayonne, the cultural capital of the French Basque Country, known for its cathedral, its narrow half-timbered houses, exquisite gastronomy, and its festivals. If you are on a mission to try all the beaches in the area then don’t miss Guethary, Saint Jean de Luz, and Hendaye.