Learn Spanish in Tenerife
Our partner Spanish school is located in Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife's second largest tourist city. It's a setting full of lush gardens perfect for strolling, along with plazas and promenades with open-air spots for drinking and eating. The greatest attraction in Puerto de la Cruz is Lago Martianez, a group of seawater pools conceived by local artist Cesar Manrique, where bathers can enjoy the sun, water and beautiful surrounding gardens.
A small, familiar school with the capacity for 170 students, Enforex partner school in Tenerife is perfect for beach and sun lovers looking to learn Spanish in an intimate setting.
- Minimum student age: 18 years old
- In the city of Puerto de la Cruz, northern Tenerife
- 5 minute walk from the Martianez Beach
- 2 minute walk from the "Lagos Martianez"
- 10 minute walk from the City Hall
- A traditional Canaries building, the Edificio Bélgica
- 7 classrooms full of natural light, all with multimedia equipment
- Wi-Fi wireless internet throughout the school
- Interior patio
- Teachers' room
- Reception office
- Common room with TV, stereo, library and videos
Milos I came to Enforex in Valencia because I wanted to do Erasmus the following year and I needed to prepare myself. I remember my first day in Valencia was a little chaotic but fun. A new country and a new language!
Elizaveta SlasarevaI thought my first day was going to be very difficult since I had to do a level test and find myself surrounded by lots of new people.
RebeccaMy Spanish classes in Madrid are also definitely starting to make an improvement on my Spanish too and I’m feeling more and more confident every day, although I think it will take a few more weeks before I’m completely comfortable talking to the natives. The Enforex School is great and all the material we use is very helpful so most of the time it doesn’t even feel like I’m learning when I actually am!
Rachael I am coming to the end of my first month of Spanish courses in Madrid and I am really happy with how they have gone so far. I feel like I am definitely making progress. A language course is definitely something I would consider doing for any extended period of time that I spend in the country, and I would recommend it to anyone. What I like most about the classes is that they don’t feel like classes at all because they are made fun!