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.
Feel confident when using Spanish for daily activities.
En camino - A language course
Join a group of friendly walkers that share their Spanish learning experience with you. Learn everyday and practice what you’ve learned in a safe environment. Get feedback to improve and put into practice new learning strategies.
59 euros per month
Next group opens up in April 2023!
Introduce yourself in Spanish
Introducing yourself and asking questions to get to know other pilgrims
Structures with the infinitive
Explaining you don’t understand
Improve your Spanish pronunciation
Cultural reading: Names, kisses and DNI
Order food and drinks in Spanish
Order breakfast and food in a restaurant
Recognize typical food and drinks from each region in Spain
Explain your eating preferences
Talk about dietary restrictions and/or allergies
Cultural reading: Schedules and bars in Spain
Navigate Spanish cities
Talk about places to see
Talk about schedules
Ask for locations and directions
Using public transport
Cultural reading: Guiris, tourist office and local festivities
Shop in Spanish
Recognize basic stores in a city
Understand the price and payment options
Talk about clothes and the weather
Cultural reading: Albergues
Talk about your Camino, health and wellbeing
Learn basic words for the Camino
Talking about illnesses and injuries
At the pharmacy
Asking for help
Cultural reading: la historia del camino de Santiago
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.
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.
Read more about the Camino de Santiago and how to make the most of your trip:
What to see in Madrid: a quick welcome guide14 June, 2022/0 Comments
What to do in Muxía20 October, 2021/
What is the Camino de Santiago? [bilingual text]28 July, 2021/
Enjoy the Camino | Typical food to try in Galicia25 March, 2019/