Tenidiomas… not just a language

Jerez de la Frontera is the perfect place in which to practice and rapidly improve your Spanish thanks to the open, friendly character of the local Jerezano people.

A medium-sized city with just over 220,000 inhabitants, yet far removed from the tourism of the crowded coastal resorts and the larger provincial capitals; a place which has all the amenities of a city (theatre, shopping areas and international airport) but managing to preserve its traditions and a way of life which is still 100% Spanish and above all Andalusian, a picturesque old city centre steeped in history, from the remains of the 11th century Moorish castle to the 17th century mansion houses of the local nobility.


Strategically located between the white sand beaches of the Atlantic coast and the picturesque mountain villages of the Sierra, you are never at a loss for things to do in this part of the world. The local climate, unique in Europe and even within Spain itself, boasts an average of 290 days of sun per year and has average winter temperatures of 10º C, meaning that local life takes place outdoors in the street cafés and palm fringed, cobble stoned squares of the city centre.


Here in Jerez you are given the opportunity to put into practice what you learn in the classroom – be it browsing the picturesque local fish market, or on a visit to one of the local sherry companies to learn first-hand the secrets of the famous sherry wines and brandy of Jerez, at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art where you can watch the horsemen putting the famous Cartujano horses through their paces, and in the small flamenco peñas where amateurs and friends get together to discuss, sing and dance flamenco.


Jerez cuenta con una amplia red de transportes a través de la cual podrás acceder a la ciudad fácilmente.

  • Tren: conectada con Sevilla (1h) y Madrid (3h 45min) mediante la red nacional de ferrocarriles RENFE.
  • Autobús: diversas compañías de autobuses conectan Jerez con las principales ciudades españolas.
  • Aeropuerto: el aeropuerto de Jerez tiene conexiones directas con países como Reino Unido, Alemania, Bélgica, Luxemburgo, Austria y Suiza, además de destinos nacionales como Barcelona, Madrid y Palma de Mallorca.
    • Otros aeropuertos cercanos son el de Sevilla (98km), Gibraltar (112km) y el aeropuerto internacional de Málaga (221km).
  • Red de carreteras y autopistas: España cuenta con una magnífica red de carreteras que conecta Jerez con grandes ciudades como Sevilla (AP-4), Málaga (A-381 y AP-7) o Madrid (A-66 y A-5), entre otras.

Además, Jerez está situado estratégicamente si queremos visitar países vecinos como Portugal, cuya frontera se encuentra a tan solo 2h 30 min o Marruecos, que alcanzaremos cruzando el Estrecho de Gibraltar en barco en apenas 3h.