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'Vive la Ñ' Week Summer Camp
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'Vive la Ñ' Week Summer Camp Riaza (Segovia), Spain Teens between 13 and 17 years old: Summer camp to learn and/or improve your Spanish living an unforgettable experience with Spanish boys and girls of the same age.

When: 7/1/2013
Where: 'Vive la Ñ' Week Summer Camp
Riaza (Segovia)
Contact: Conchi Valcárcel y Carmen de Jesús

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What is Vive la Ñ?

It is an innovative project in the environment of the Spanish language teaching, without classes. Our way of working consists of interacting using the Spanish language at all times.

If you are between 13 and 17 years old and you want to learn Spanish, come to Spain to spend your Summer with 'Vive la Ñ', a Summer Camp where 20 teens from different nationalities will live together 12 SPANISH TEENS , girls and boys of your same ages.

In 'Vive la Ñ' Spanish Week Summer Camp, you will stay in 'Camping Riaza' bungalow park for 1 or 2 weeks in July. It is located in a typical quaint Spanish village, Riaza (Segovia), where you will enjoy a total immersion in the Spanish customs and way of living. Furthermore, you will enjoy and have a lot of fun with sport activities: horseback riding, swimming, football, five-a-side football, volleyball, basketball, tennis, paddle tennis and hiking; cultural visits to the historic village of Riaza; open-air cinema and evening games parties. ALWAYS ACCOMPANIED BY YOUR SPANISH FRIEND.


  • Week 1: Monday 1st - 8th July 2013.
  • Week 2: Monday 8th - 15th July 2013.
  • Week 3: Monday 15th - 22nd July 2013.
  • Week 4: Monday 22nd - 29th July 2013.

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