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26th of June 2017

Learn Spanish in Mallorca and enjoy the summer

For someone looking to learn Spanish, there’s no better place than Majorca. The Majorca Spanish School DILO is a world class facility offering students the most comprehensive lessons to be found anywhere in Spain, and the island itself provides plenty of entertainment in their downtime. Visitors to Majorca can look forward to memories that will last a lifetime, and a fluency in Spanish that goes beyond the functional.

DILO Spanish school Mallorca

Majorca is the largest member of the Balearic Islands of Spain and is home to nearly 870,000 people. It also happens to be one of the best places to learn Spanish anywhere in the world. Offering much more than just a language course, Majorca has everything from death defying adventures to world class cuisine. Here’s some of what visitors can look forward to.

Paddle Surfing Activities

There’s little else in the world as thrilling as paddle boarding. Standing on a board and maneuvering through the waves is an activity that holds a special place in the hearts of many people, and Majorca has some of the best paddle boarding in the world. With gentle surfs perfect for beginners, paddle surfing is a very popular sport on the Balearic Islands.

Sailing

For those looking for something a bit more thrilling, surfing is always an option. The sight of a sail set against the setting sun is very common here, and while it makes for very picturesque scenes, the rush of adrenaline is the true selling point. With a full wind in the sails and the break of the waves of the bow, sailors trawl the waters day in and day out.

Canyoning

Majorca is also home to gorgeous natural scenery. Many residents and visitors like nothing better than to pit their physical prowess against the mark of the ages, hiking through the many canyons the dot the landscape. Delving deep in nature is a great way to pass the time.

Activities at DILO School

Culture and Cuisine

The Balearic Islands offer a peculiar mix of Mediterranean and Spanish food and culture, leading to some unique, not-seen-anywhere-else dishes, and a lifestyle that most people instantly fall in love with. It’s hard to deny the unique appeal of the islands. Their natural beauty and quiet culture make Majorca an easy place to fall in love with and spend the rest of one’s days.

Discover DILO, the Mallorca Spanish School.

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