Our Italian summer course for young learners is organized in Orbetello, on the south coast of Tuscany. Orbetello is a beautiful and safe small town easily reachable from Rome. It has kilometres of unspoilt beaches near the two of the biggest protected natural reserves in Italy. The ideal place to have fun next to the sea in a very safe location.
The school is located in a quiet building, just a short walk from the historical centre. It is open from April till October.
It has a beautiful garden around it, where some classes are held during the summer months and where students can relax in their free time.
The school offers language and culture courses to students from 13 to 17 years old and from different nationalities in a convivial and friendly atmosphere.
Computers are available for students to use internet and check e-mails at no additional charge. In addition, the school has Wi-Fi connection, even in the garden. This service is free of charge. Students can also borrow Italian films and books from the school library.
This Italian summer course for young learners is perfect to learn Italian and make new international friends.
The school offers a rich social programme and a wide range of excursions in the region of Maremma and the islands of the Tuscan archipelago. Some of the activities: afternoons of beach with sport activities, 1 half day excursion per week, 1 full day excursion on Saturdays, 1 cultural activity per week. All the activities are supervised by teachers and professional monitors.
Families are personally selected and have been hosting our students for many years. All families are located at a very short walking distance from school.
The school also offers transfers from Rome airports.
If you wish to travel with your children, we also offer adult courses
|Starting dates 2021|
|The school will be closed on the following national holidays: 6/01, Easter Monday, Italy Liberation Day (25/04), Workers' Day (01/05), Republic Day (02/06), Ferragosto (15/08), All Saints (01/11), Immaculate Conception (8/12), Christmas holidays and New Year. |