Linguistic trips to Ibiza: Spanish, Nautical Activities and Formentera

From 3 Nights / 4 Days

What does it include?

Nature and culture await on Ibiza and the Balearic Islands.

It’s hard to say what is more beautiful, the beaches and the bays or the landscapes of the interior.

Discover another UNESCO World Heritage Site destination and its special magic.

You can enjoy the Cathedral and other World Heritage sites: Benirras bay, the first Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, etc.

Options for enjoying watersport activities.

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We organize customized programs for any number of participants and teachers.

These prices vary depending on activities and type of accommodation chosen.


Included in the price:

  • Standard program with limited amount of activities.
  • Program for 40 students and 3 teachers.
  • Prices per student.
  • Trip and itinerary planning.
  • Check-in at destination city or cities by Educatrip staff.
  • Reservation and entrance to different monuments, activities, etc.
  • Homestay with full board and lodging during the entire stay in all destination cities (except Bilbao and Santiago de Compostela).
  • Guided tours depending on the program.
  • Accompanying teachers are free-of-charge.
  • 24 hours assistance and supervision throughout the stay.

Not included in the price:

  • Contacting air or ground transportation to Spain for information.
  • Transportation to destination.
  • Full room & board accommodation at youth hostels or hotels.
  • Repatriation insurance (can be purchased separately).
  • Health insurance (can be purchased separately).
  • All charges associated with bank transfers. The corresponding commission will be paid by the group.

Main programme activities in Ibiza: Spanish, Nautical Activities and Formentera

Activities we highlight

Spanish Course

The school has a modern space with different classrooms suitable for school groups.

Nautical Activities

A day at sea designed for different nautical activities such as: surfing, paddle surfing, kayaking, rowing, etc... Group activities supervised by professionals in the sector. The Mediterranean is undoubtedly a slice of paradise that students will enjoy.

Trip To Formentera

Easily accessible by boat, Formentera is an island close to Ibiza with natural and beautiful beaches and landscapes.

Santa Eulalia

Santa Eulalia del Rio is a municipality in the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands. It is located in the eastern part of the island of Ibiza. During the Moorish period, this area was called Xarc. With the Aragonese conquest, the island was divided up into similar-sized quarters for the purposes of municipal organization. The quarter of Santa Eulalia was the domain of Prince Pedro of Portugal, the feudal Lord Guillermo de Montfri, Bishop of Tarragona, who was given the royal rights of the conquest.


The Almidaina, currently attached to the castle, was originally the military and administrative headquarters of the Moorish "wali". It has a large ground floor from which 9 rectangular towers rise. Various archaeological excavations have found remains from the 12th and 13th centuries, although the construction dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries.


Originally built in Gothic style, later remodeled and rebuilt in Baroque style. In 1235, the Catalan troops led by Guillem de Montgri promised that if Ibiza was conquered, a temple would be built. Due to this promise, a parish was established and built on the same site as the Yebisah Mosque.

Dalt Vila

This ancient city grew after the first Phoenician settlement in Puig de Vila. According to classical texts, Aiboshim, Bes' city, was founded in 654 A.D. Throughout the Punic period, it was a great commercial area, exporting its products to many parts of the Mediterranean.

Hippie Markets

Ibiza’s popular hippie markets still offer a real 70s feel today. Visitors will love browsing these open-air bazaars with their colorful, lively, multicultural atmosphere, looking for that perfect and original gift.

Renaissance Walls

There have always been walls in Ibiza since the classical period, and in medieval texts they are described as strong and powerful. After the 15th century, however, they were no longer useful against modern weapons of war. The restoration and fortification of the walls began in 1555 on the orders of Carlos I and Philip II.

Archaeological Museum

Located in the upper part of the old town, it conserves, studies and exhibits the material remains of the historical past of the islands of Ibiza and Formentera.

Museum Of Contemporary Art

Its collections are an excellent representation of the artistic creativity that emerged on the island in the 1960s, with works by artists of the stature of Tàpies and Miralles, among others, as well as lesser-known artists who were born or lived on the Balearic Islands.

Puig Des Molins Punic Cemetery

It is the largest and best preserved cemetery in the world, located in Puig des Molins. It was the cemetery of the city in ancient times.


Ibiza is well known for its own beaches and the beaches nearby.

Visit To A Factory, Company, Etc.

We organize trips to institutions, factories, companies or other relevant places for groups, in relation to their education and knowledge of these places in Spain.

Visit To A High School

We organize visits to a high school so that our foreign students can share their experiences with Spanish students and learn about the Spanish education system.

Phoenician Archeological Site Of Sa Caleta

Sa Caleta was the popular name of a port that had docks for small fishing boats. It is located on the southeast coast of Eivissa, between the northeast end and the extensive beaches of Codolar and Puig des Jondal.

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