A Guide to Studying Spanish in Majorca

Playa de Alcudia, Mallorca

The Balearic’s have long been an attraction for foreign students, with countries waging war over the ports since the Carthaginians fought off Roman invaders. Majorca was once under Moorish rule, with the Islamic influence still visible on the island in the relics and ruins of many burnt and destroyed Moorish buildings. As well as history, there’s plenty of entertainment to enjoy and places to explore in your free time. 

Majorca is a really is one of the best places to study Spanish in Spain, when you are not in class you can relax on the beach, have a drink in a bar in one of the lively towns that the island is home to or eat local food at a quaint restaurant or cafe – Majorca has it all.

Spanish language study holidays to Majorca can reveal some hidden secrets, such as the wonderful Can Prunera Museum of Modernism, a stunning homage to one of the most overlooked art movements of the 20th century. 


Spanish Schools in Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca is Majorca’s capital city, and a beautiful city to study. With its Gothic architecture and many monuments such as the world’s first circular castle, Bellver Castle, the Silk Exchange and the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, this fascinating cultural melting pot is the holiday destination of choice for the Spanish royal family, since 1938, and with many luxury hotels close by, you too can live like a king. You can find most language schools on the island located in the capital.



In your spare time you might want to book a yacht trip or travel independently checking out some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain. For something different visit The Pirates Adventure, where you’ll be treated to displays of buccaneer themed dance and gymnastics. You could also spend the day at one of the islands many water parks, where thrills and spills abound. There are of course also lots of bars and clubs in places like Magaluf if you like to party.


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