30 Group lessons per week 2024



  • Spanish course for any level (beginner to advanced)
  • Available from April 8 until November 1, 2024
  • For start dates in other months please check Private Lessons
  • Choose between 1 or 2 weeks (for more weeks, please contact us)

Choose the amount of weeks you would like to study to see the price.

You can take breaks in between the weeks. You can also ask us for a quote by email through our contact form or by sending an email to info@ii-ibiza.com

The one-time enrolment fee of 50€

will be added automatically to the booking when you proceed to the payment.

The books and other materials will cost you 20€ per week.

You can pay those on your first Monday at the school according to the amount of weeks you book. You will receive a new book (coursebook and workbook in one) approximately every 1 1/2 weeks.

  • Description
  • Additional information


This is our most complete intensive Spanish course which will allow you complete immersion in the Spanish language. It was developed especially for students who do not have much time and allow you to learn as much Spanish as possible in the shortest amount time at a lower price than with private lessons.  You will enjoy learning with minimum 2 rotating teachers per week for more fun, more accents and a better experience.

General Spanish 30 lessons per week
  • Lessons per week: 23 group lessons + 7 private lessons
  • Content(s): General Spanish according to your current level
  • Course duration: 1-2 weeks. If you wish a longer duration, we recommend to extend with our 20 lessons/week group course
  • Class duration: 4 daily classes of 45 minutes each
  • Timetable:
      • 9.30am-11am, 1st lesson block, two lessons with one teacher
      • 11am-11.15am, coffee break
      • 11.15am-12.45pm, 2nd block, two lessons with another teacher
      • 1pm-1:45pm, 3rd block, group lessons on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
      • 2pm-3:30pm (also available  8am-9:30am) private lessons
  • Group size: 6 students average, maximum 10
    • Start dates 2024:
      • For students with previous knowledge of Spanish (any level): Any Monday between April 8 and November 1, 2024
      • For absolute beginners (A1.0):
                    • April 8 and 22
                    • May 6, 13, 20 and 27
                    • June 3, 10, 17 and 24
                    • July 1, 8, 15 and 22
                    • August 12, 19 and 2
                    • September 2, 9, 16 and 30
                    • October 7, 14 and 21
    • Levels: From absolute beginners to B2. The course is not suitable for students with  C1 or C2 levels. For those students we recommend private classes.
    How to book?
    1. Please choose the amount of weeks under “Weeks” and then click on “Book”. You will then see the enrolment form and you will also be able to make your payment by credit/debit card or bank transfer.
    2. We will send you the official booking confirmation within 24 hours (or the day after the weekend/public holiday).
    3. If you wish to add accommodation, we will coordinate the type and the reservation with you by email.
    4. Please also take into account our FAQ section below on this site.
    5. or use our booking form

What will I learn?

Our Spanish courses will provide you the basis for succcesful learning. Below you will find our course outlines for all our Spanish courses structured according to the levels according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).

As you will be studying in a school accredited by Instituto Cervantes you will be learning according to the syllabus of the Instituto Cervantes. No matter if you take an intensive course in Ibiza, evening classes, online classes or any other course format we offer.

How much of the course outline will be covered in your course, depends on the duration and the intensity of your course. It shows you what you learn on each level and gives you an idea how the different levels of A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 are structured.

Course Outlines by CEFR Level

Beginner and Basic Level - A1

Speaking skills and vocabulary

How to introduce yourself and others, nationalities and professions

How to ask questions in class

Saying hello and goodbye

Giving and requesting personal details

Numbers and the alphabet

Expressing intentions

Languages, geography and the weather

Leisure activities and travel

Easting out in bars and restaurants, ordering and speaking about food

Spanish and Latin American food

Likes and dislikes

Espressing needs and identifying objects

Family and relationships

Clothes and colors


Days and daily activities

Telling the time and parts of the day

Giving and receiving directions

Expressing likes and dislikes




The verbs ser, estar, gustar, ir, preferir, poner, traer, saber, poder

Present tense “presente indicativo”

Past tense “pretérito perfecto”

Some uses of a, con, de, por, para and porque

Definite article: el, la, los, las

Personal pronouns


Demonstratives este/esta/estos

Qualifiers: bien, mal

Quantifiers: muy, mucho, poco, algún, ningún

También, tampoco

The superlative

Reflexive verbs

Yo también, Yo tampoco, Yo si, Yo no

Primero, después, luego

Cultural aspects

How to greet in Spain and Latin America

Differences in pronunciation

Spanish opening and eating times

Famous people of the Spanish speaking world

Intermediate Level - B1

Speaking skills and vocabulary

Speaking about a lifetime of a person

Work and school vocabulary

Future and predictions

Social habits

Speak about prohibition/obligation

Tell jokes and stories

Express interests, wishes and suggest solutions, speak about problems and show disagreement


Futuro simple y condicional

Pretérito perfecto y el pretérito indefinido

Presente de indicativo

Presente de subjuntivo

Seguramente/seguro que/supongo que + futuro

Futuro imperfecto

Estilo indirecto

Pretérito pluscuamperfecto de indicativo

Quantifiers: todo el mundo/la mayoría de/muchos/algunos

Conectors: (y) entonces, en aquel momento, al final, de repente, pronto,

Some  uses of the imperative

The superlative: ísimo/-a/-os/-as

Cultural aspects

Cinema, televisión, novels

Advertising and politics in the Spanish speaking world

The environment and solidarity

Elementary Level - A2

Speaking skills and vocabulary

Make recommendations

Describe feelings and speak about habits and difficulties

Activities to learn languages


Describe past events

Cinema and biographies

Types and parts of houses, shapes, styles and materials

To give, leave and borrow

Speak about leisure activities, timetables

Speak about past events

Express intentions and projects

Explain recipes

Speak about experiences and wishes

Like and dislike people

Give advice

Speak about how you feel, body parts, illness and symptoms

Parts of your life and travel

Historic periods

Argue and debate

Express emotions

Speak in past tense


Past tenses “pretérito indefinido”, “pretérito perfecto” and “pretérito imperfecto”

Irregular forms of the “pretérito indefinido”

Past tense markers

OD pronouns

The verbs costar, sentirse, gustar, encantar, preferir, poder, importar, ayudar, poner


Desde / desde hace / hace … que

Empezar a + infintive


Prepositions: sin, con, debajo, encima, detrás, delante

Possessive pronouns: el mío, tuyo,

Use of ser y estar


Estar + gerund




me/te/le/nos/os/les gustaría + infinitivo

Cultural aspects

Travelling and leisure activities

Speaking about food and culinary habits

Interesting places and cultural offer

Upper Intermediate Level - B2

Speaking skills and vocabulary

Speaking about the current news and give opinion about it

Discuss different opinions and talk about feelings

Give and take advise

Talk about cities, tourism in general and leisure activities

Making hypothesis


Combine all the past tenses

Use of presente, imperfecto, pretérito perfecto de subjuntivo

Condicional simple y compuesto


Use of passive voice

Relative clauses

Creo que + indicativo

Para + infinitivo/subjuntivo

Use of the verbs poner y quedar

Cultural aspects


Politics and society in Spain

Education and biographies


Right in the city centre: 5 minutes from the port and marina and 15 minutes walking from the next beach


11 bright and spacious classrooms with air-conditioning.


Free wifi in all of the school, self-study room and library, all areas with wheelchair access.

Snacks and Café:

Snack machine available in the common area, authentic Spanish café next door.

Which is my Spanish level?

Free Spanish level test

  • Report about your current Spanish level
  • Individual course tips
  • Helpful information about Spanish
Which is my Spanish level?

Free Spanish level test

  • Report about your current Spanish level
  • Individual course tips
  • Helpful information about Spanish

Frequently asked questions

What's the average age?

The average age of our students is approximately 32 years. During the most part of the year, our students are somewhere between 25 and 50 years old. During the summer months in july and august, there are also additionally students between 18 and 22 years approximately as this is the time of the xear when they can travel. For this reason there a little more students at the school between May and October in comparison to the rest of the year when there are a little less students.

How is the course structured?

The group classes start each Monday and you will improve your Spanish continuously. Each thursday a little progression test takes place to make sure that you are learning as planned. Each Monday you will be placed in a group according to your learning progress.

How long do I need per level?

According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and the syllabus of the Instituto Cervantes, there is a relatively exact description of the contents of each language level. As an accredited language school, we teach all contents in a structured manner and with a practical approach. Please click on Levels and Objectives to see how many hours you need per level.

In our course course of 10 group lessons per week, you will finish one book per 3 weeks approximately.

Can I join being a total beginner?

Yes, absolutely. We have specific groups for beginner at specific starting dates. Please click here to see the starting dates.

Which class materials will we use?

The Instituto de Idiomas Ibiza uses course books according to the Instituto Cervantes developed especially for intensive course in Spain. The course book’s objective is to teach the Spanish language with the best possible methodology and we enrich them with extra materials, class audios and internet ressources.

How can I enroll?
  • On this webseite:
    1. Choose the duration and add the weeks to the cart
    2. Type in your personal details
    3. To checkout pay with your credit card through Paypal (you don´t need a Paypal account)
  • By email:
    • Contact us at info@ii-ibiza.com 
    • We will send you the enrolment form
    • Make the payment and we will confirm the course

During the booking of your course, we will discuss the accommodation with you and help you with the booking. It is very simple.

What does a typical week look like?
A typical week looks like this:
  • Arrival at accommodation
  • In shared apartment, meet your flatmates
  •  8.00-9.00: Check-in at the school reception. On your booking confirmation we state at which time to be at the school reception on the first day.
  • 9.00: Welcome presentation
  • 9.20: Go to your group according to your level
  • 9.30: Classes start
  • 11.00: Coffee break
  • 11.15: Classes start again
  • 12:45: Classes finish
  • 13:00: Meet in front of the school for the interactive walk through Ibiza Town
  • 14:00-14:45: Private lesson
  • 9:30-12:45: Classes
  • 13:00: Meet in front of the school for the food market experience
  • 14:00-14:45: Private lesson
  • 9:30-11:00: Classes
  • 11.00: Coffee break
  • 11.15: Classes start again. Revision of newly learned contents.
  • After class spare time. Students usually use this time to go to a beach a little farther away. Maybe “Las Salinas”


  • 9:30-9:50: Progression test and afterwards regular classes
  • 11.00: Coffee break
  • 11.15-12.45: Classes
  • 13:00: Meet at school reception for the pronunciation experience.
  • 14:00-14:45: Private lesson


  • 9:30: Discussion of the progression test and afterwards regular classes
  • 11.00: Coffee break
  • 11.15-12.45: Classes

Saturday: Students enjoy spare time or check out of their accommodation

Sunday: Students explore the island or take a 30 minute boat trip to the neighbouring island of Formentera

What is included in the price?
  • the classes as described
  • the school activities ¡Vive en Español!, 3 weekly activities
  • 1 progression test per week
  • the level test
  • usage of the self-learning room and library
  • free wi-fi at the school
  • a course certificate
Which leisure activities can I join?

There are two options which can be combined if you wish so.

  1. Our leisure program “Vive en Español”, which is included in the price
  2. Our Paella Cooking Class on each first Monday of the month between May and October
Can I cancel the class?

As these are group classes, you can’t cancel single days or hours.

Will I get a course certificate?

Yes. Each students receives a course certificate after completion and a minimum assistance of 80% of the classes.

On which level will you place me?

Our academic coordinators are highly qualified and will analyse in details your level test results as well as your weekly self evaluation. According to the results you will be placed in the best group for your level. In case, on the first day, you have the feeling that the level is too difficult or too easy, please let us know. We will test you again and place you in a group which feels right for you.

When does this course take place?

The minimum duration you can choose is 1 week. Most students choose 2-12 weeks and some even chooser lonnger durations. You may join this course from any Monday of the year.

How much does this course cost in total?

This course is available for either 1, 2, 3 or more weeks. Here are some examples for different durations. The more weeks you take, the lower becomes the price per week.

1 week:
50€, enrolment fee
326€, 1 week Spanish intensive course, 30 lessons per week
19€, material fee (includes your own book and extra materials)
375€, total for 1 week

2 weeks: 
50€, enrolment fee
594€, 2 weeks Spanish intensive course, 30 lessons per week (297€ per week)
38€, material fee (19€ per week, includes your own book each 1 1/2 weeks and extra materials)
682€, total for 2 weeks

3 weeks: 
50€, enrolment fee
894€, 2 weeks Spanish intensive course, 30 lessons per week (283€ per week)
57€, material fee (19€ per week, includes your own book each 1 1/2 weeks and extra materials)
1001€, total for 3 weeks

Additional information


1 Week, 2 Weeks

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