Cádiz is located along the beautiful Costa de la Luz on the Atlantic Coast of Andalusia, Spain’s southernmost region. The oldest inhabited city in Western Europe, Cádiz was founded over 3,000 years ago and today is characterized by narrow streets,...
Cádiz is located along the beautiful Costa de la Luz on the Atlantic Coast of Andalusia, Spain’s southernmost region. The oldest inhabited city in Western Europe, Cádiz was founded over 3,000 years ago and today is characterized by narrow streets, colorful homes, bustling markets, and breathtaking beaches. Popular with young people and families from all over Spain, Andalusia is widely known for its unique cultural and historical legacies. Full of native vacationers as opposed to foreign tourists, the city affords our students an untainted view into the southern Spanish language and culture. Our Cádiz homestay program is designed for students seeking intensive Spanish immersion, with the option of participating in a wide range of elective classes and specialty workshops.
Our homestay program makes for a complete immersion program. Students have the chance to stay with a local family and actively practice their language skills, and while having a one-of-a-kind experience, dramatically improve their language skills.
Focuses, Majors and electives:
Spanish Conversation Contemporary Spanish History Community Service Spanish Cinema Survey of Spanish Literature Flamenco Dance and Music Digital Photography
Sample Day Trips:
El Puerto de Santa María, Jerez, Tarifa, Ruinas de Bolonia, Torre Poniente
Optional Travel Extension:
At the end of the program, you can choose to extend stay your stay in Spain by joining the other Abbey Road Programs students in our 3-night journey in Seville and Cordoba.
Visit our website for more information. You can also contact us via the contact form, phone, email and also the live chat on the website for more information.
Abbey Road offers various partial summer fellowships and scholarships annually to its summer programs.
Summer Fellowship applications are accepted on a rolling basis through June 1st and awards are given on a first come, first served basis. As such, interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Please follow instructions carefully as incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Fellowship recipients are notified within 1 month of application. Scholarship recipients and finalists (when applicable) will be notified by the Scholarship Committee by April 15. Scholarship recipients will be given until May 1 to accept or decline their scholarship award.