top of page


Beyond Language Immersion offers a comprehensive 4-week immersion program in Granada, Spain, that includes homestay, group excursions, cultural activities and group meetups. Read on to learn more about the program, dates, and prices.


Live with a local host family for an authentic and intimate experience of Spanish culture and lifestyle. Participants live in pairs with host families and all meals are included in the stay, enabling participants to fully experience authentic Spanish home cooking and embrace the mediterranean cuisine.

Image by Maiken Ingvordsen

Cultural activities

Cultural activities and guided tours enhance the immersion experience by deepening your knowledge of all aspects of Spanish culture, from history to art to sports and gastronomy. We connect you with local experts and customize our cultural programming to fit the particular interests of the group. Activities include: a cooking demonstration, flamenco performance, winery tour, tapas route, and much more!

Photos - 01288_edited.jpg

Dates and prices

The program provides a comprehensive four-week long immersion experience planned and paid for ahead of time, enabling participants to be fully present during their stay. As a small nonprofit organization, we are committed to providing our participants with a personalized, authentic experience at the lowest cost possible. 

Image by Sergio R de Juan


We kick off the month with a two-night stay in Madrid, the bustling capital city and cultural center of Spain. On our way to Granada, we stop in the picturesque medieval city of Toledo, and then continue on a scenic bus ride through the Spanish countryside, arriving at our home base in Granada. From there, we have weekend excursions to Sevilla, Córdoba, and the beautiful Costa del Sol on the Mediterranean Sea. A free weekend at the end of the month could be used for independent travel to other nearby cities...or extra time at the beach!

Image by Eliott Van Buggenhout

Group meetups

Group check-ins provide structure, support, and group engagement throughout the month. Led by your trusted coordinators, check-ins are time for us to sit down and talk about what we've seen, heard, and experienced. It's a time to ask questions and reflect on different aspects of the cultural immersion experience. We'll also weave in some practical language coaching, particularly upon arrival, to help you navigate life in Spanish throughout the month.

Image by Brooke Cagle

Program coordinators

Our program coordinators are an integral part of the program. They serve as cultural guides and logistical aids, providing 24-hour on-site support to participants. Coordinators accompany the group on all excursions and activities, and are eager to help participants navigate the challenges presented by the immersion experience. 

bottom of page