Are you walking the Camino de Santiago soon?
Is learning Spanish on your to-do-list?
Would you like to feel confident when speaking Spanish?
Take your first steps today!
I’ve created a group in it to practice your Spanish where you will receive:
- Videos, songs, quotes, cultural readings, recipes…. to keep you motivated
- Learning strategies, tips, comments, struggles, the answer to some grammatical questions… to help you in your learning process!
- Conversations: tell us in Spanish: how was your week? Share a picture, voicenote, recommendation…
Online Spanish lessons
This online course prepares you to make the most of your Camino. It is essentially practical. This means we will be covering exactly the vocabulary and uselful expressions you will need on the Camino. Moreover, we will take a look at many cultural tips and insights that will enrich your stay in Spain. In just 3 month, you’ll be able to feel confident when using Spanish for daily activities.
This group is intended for beginners and false beginners. If you have an intermediate level or if you’d like to have one-to-one lessons, please contact me for further information.
¿Vamos a Muxía?
If you’d like to take your trip to Spain one step further, consider visiting Muxía and spending a couple of days here learning Spanish, discovering Spanish and Galician culture and enjoying one the most beautiful places in Northern Spain.
My name is Sarah and I’m a passionate Spanish teacher.
My aim is to help students like you feel confident when speaking Spanish and enjoy their Camino.
I’ve walked the Camino and I now live in Muxía, the last stop of Saint James Way in Galicia. I’ve walked 3 different sections (Sarria to Santiago, Saint Jean de Luz to Castro Urdiales and Cercedilla to Segovia) so I can help you prepare for the ins and outs of this amazing journey.
In our lessons, I will help you learn vocabulary and grammar, but also understand the cultural richness behind the Camino and Spanish.
If you can’t say it, show it!
This little picture book for pilgrims covers the basic vocabulary you will need in your Camino de Santiago: food, accommodation, injuries… we’ve got you covered!
Check soon for updates!
If you want to practice while walking, why not listen to Buen Camino?
In this podcast, I will be inviting different teachers, pilgrims and people related to the Camino to talk about their experiences and insights.
In each episode, you will learn 5 useful expressions to help you along the Camino.
Would you like to know more?
If you’d like to know more, just send me a message, I’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
Read more about the Camino de Santiago and how to make the most of your trip:
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