Discover our Spanish immersion course at Aldeaduero, Salamanca
The thousand year-old village of Aldeaduero is situated in the Salto de Saucelle, a beautiful area on the banks of the river Duero that runs along the borders of Spain and Portugal. Although its history goes back to Arabic occupation, the 20th century saw it converted into a hydroelectric plant powered by the Duero river.
The village of Aldeaduero was established to house and provide leisure for the plant’s workers and their families for a period of over 40 years. The site has been renovated to modern day standards and is well-known as the premier hospitality and leisure complex in the area.
The village has plenty of green areas to enjoy games and activities and a fantastic pool for those lovely warm days!
The apartments are set in a lush green area in a contained complex and are close to the pool and communal meeting/dining area. In the complex of Aldeaduero there are basketball, handball, tennis and padel courts. An impressive outdoor pool is great for cooling off in the afternoon. The area is served by a large restaurant and communal living area for the group sessions.
How to get there
We will be providing bus/coach transport from Madrid to the venue. The journey time is 4 hour. The Spanish volunteers will be travelling with you and will be eager to begin talking your ear, in Spanish of course! The meeting point is located near our main headquarters in Madrid and the bus departs on the first day of the program.